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Attention Parents: The Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University has recently made available their listing of summer programs.  They offer both residential and online programs for Gifted and Talented students who wish to continue learning at an accelerated pace during the summer.  You may investigate and apply online at
Attention Parents:  Click here for information about summer programs at WIU.  Some new classes and exciting things for students are available this year. 




Grandparents raising grandchildren support group - Click HERE for more information.




The Dunlap Valley Middle School Spirit Store is now open!  Purchase spirit wear online now and have it delivered to your door. Click here to check out the store!




Students that will be in 8th grade during the 2018-2019 school year may sign up for the

Washington DC-Williamsburg trip scheduled for June 1-5, 2019.  Click
HERE for the registration

information.  If you were unable to attend the informational meeting on May 2, you may view the

powerpoint presentation




We are excited to announce that Dunlap School District has partnered with CareDox to provide accurate, real-time, health information for all students.  CareDox is a secure web based student health documentation system that adheres to both FERPA and HIPAA regulations to ensure the confidentiality of your student’s health information.  CareDox can be accessed by parents via computers, tablets, and/or smart phones to provide maximum accessibility.   Please read more on CareDox HERE.






The administration may choose to implement a two-hour delay to the start of the school day in the case of inclement weather (snow, ice, extreme cold, etc.).   It’s not anticipated that a delayed start will occur often, but it does provide an additional option to ensure a productive school environment, while maintaining safe conditions for all staff, students, and parents.   This decision will be announced no later than 6:30 a.m. on the day of the delayed start via School Messenger system as well as local TV stations.   On these days, buses will run and morning pick up times will be two hours later than normal.  Classes will begin two hours later than their regularly scheduled time.  There will be no morning Early Childhood or Bright Futures classes, but the afternoon classes will run at the normal time.  School will still dismiss at the regular time.  Further information regarding our weather related procedures can be found at




Voluntary Student Accident Insurance information - online registration


Insurance Coverage Information

Filing a Claim




Students will not be transported on any bus other than their assigned bus regardless of whether or not there is parental consent.  Students will only be transported to and from their designated stops.  



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