Dutch Lane's News & Headlines

  • Welcome!

    At Dutch Lane, we all "strive to reach our personal best, as we gain knowledge, learn to respect ourselves and others and continue to be responsible members of our community, now and always."

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  • Dutch Lane PTA School Honorary Life Award Presented to Mrs. Cathy McVeigh

    The Dutch Lane PTA President, Mrs. Christine Weih, presented the New York State PTA Honorary Life Award to Mrs. Cathy McVeigh, Dutch Lane School's beloved secretary. The whole school gathered for the ceremony that acknowledged Mrs. McVeigh as an individual of distinguished service to the welfare of children and youth.

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  • Dutch Lane PTA

    Please visit the link above, or click the "PTA News" quicklink to the left, to find out more information about the Dutch Lane PTA.

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  • First Book Book Fair

    The ESL students at Dutch Lane were elated when they learned that they could take home the wonderful new books that were donated by First Book!

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  • Recycle Caps with Aveda Program

    The Recycle Caps with Aveda Program will be discontinued. They will no longer be accepting plastic caps and closures effective January 30, 2015. Please click on the link for more information.

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  • Home to School Connection

    The home to school connection is essential to academic success. We are committed to maintaining open lines of communication between parents and their child’s teachers. In order to foster greater communication, parents are now able to email their child’s teachers. Please click on the link for more information.

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  • Spelling Bee

    Dutch Lane had our annual Spelling Bee. Congratulations to Jason, our school champion! Jason is a 5th grade student in Miss Sullo's class. We wish you the best of luck at the Long Island Regional Spelling Bee, which will take place at Hofstra University.

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  • Toy Drive

    The Dutch Lane School community learned that the John Theissen Children’s Foundation, a charitable organization that provides holiday gifts to children in local hospitals, lost many of the toys during the recent nor’easter.

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  • District Holiday Card Designer

    Nicole, a fifth grade student at Dutch Lane School, was honored at the December Hicksville Board of Education meeting for designing the school district's holiday card. Nicole was joined by her family, her classroom teacher, Miss Sullo, her art teacher, Ms. Germinario, the chairperson of the Fine Arts Department, Mr. Grusenmeyer and her principal, Susan Strauss. We are so happy that Nicole's talents have been recognized and celebrated!

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  • Wonder by R.J. Palacio

    The fifth grade students read the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio. They enjoyed reading the book. The students took part in a few book talks.

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Important Announcements

  • 2 Hour Delayed Start 
    Monday March 2, schools will have a two hour delayed opening. The delayed start times will be as follows:

    Hicksville High School
    9:35 AM
    Hicksville Middle School
    9:25 AM

    Burns Avenue - 10:30 AM
    Dutch Lane -10:30 AM
    Fork Lane - 10:30 AM
    Old Country Road - 10:30 AM
    East Street - 11:00 AM
    Lee Avenue - 11:00 AM
    Woodland - 11:00 AM
    Therefore, all bus routes will also be delayed by 2 hours. Children should be at their bus stops 2 hours later than normal.
    Dismissal time will remain the same.
    All morning practices and club meetings are cancelled.
    Please check here for additional information and other important updates.

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  • 2015 Summer Recreation Program
    Online Registration for the 2015 Summer Recreation Program will begin on March 2, 2015 at 8:00 AM. Please go to the Summer Recreation page located under the “For Community “link on the channel bar for directions and information.
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  • Board of Education Committee Meetings
    Wednesday, March 11, 2015
    Board Room, Administration Building 
    Finance Committee 7:00 PM
    Overview of Proposed 2015-2016 Budget 
    Special Meeting of the Board of Education 8:15 PM
    Topic: Personnel 
    Curriculum 8:30 PM 

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  • For your Information:

    According to the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Council on School Health, parents should be encouraged to dress children in multiple light layers.  In any weather, small children should typically wear one layer more than an adult would wear.

    We urge all students to be mindful of these precautions and take measures to ensure their well-being during these cold and challenging winter days
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  • Bulletin Board Newsletter
    Fall 2014
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