Dutch Lane's News & Headlines

  • Welcome Back!

    Welcome back to all! We're looking forward to an exciting school year!

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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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  • "Read S'More Books!" Summer Reading Program

    The school year is over and Mrs. Borra is inviting you to participate in Dutch Lane's "READ S'MORE BOOKS!" summer reading program! Please click on the link for more information.

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  • "Arts Are Essential"

    The Dutch Lane School PTA presented a cultural arts program titled, “Arts Are Essential” for all of our students. Fifth grade students participated in a “hands-on” workshop with Mr. Tony Vacca, lead musician in World Rhythms, learning how to play a variety of percussion instruments. A school-wide concert followed with portions including Dutch Lane School teachers and all fifth grade students serving as fellow musicians to Mr. Vacca.

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  • "Baby Blankets" Project

    Dutch Lane began a service learning project called, “Baby Blankets”. Students in grades three through five were invited to attend a “hands-on” workshop that met every Wednesday during recess. Under the guidance of Mrs. MaryEllen Baumann, a speech therapist at Dutch Lane, students learned to crochet and created baby blankets that will be donated to "We Care Blankets". Please click on the link for more information and photos.

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  • Author Visit - Michael Anthony Steele

    Dutch Lane welcomed author and screenwriter, Michael Anthony Steele. Mr. Steele gave three lively presentations for grades 2-3, 4-5, and K-1. He incorporated music and multi-media into each presentation. His enthusiasm for writing was contagious!

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  • Students Learn About Electricity

    The Franklin Institute Traveling Science Show presented their "Electricity Show". Dutch Lane students learned how electricity works through educational and hands-on demonstrations and activities.

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  • Think Central - Go Math!

    To access Go Math! at home, please click the Think Central link.

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