Thanksgiving is just around the corner and our Dutch Lane School community has much to be grateful for! We are in the midst of a food collection drive to ensure a food-filled Thanksgiving holiday for several members of our community and coordinated this service learning project to our annual “Scare Away Hunger” program. Our dedicated PTA invited students to help create eighteen "Super Hero" scarecrows during their recess period. Please click on the link for more information and photos.
Dutch Lane School launched the first of four weeks of the PTA PARP, Parents as Reading Partners, program that will take place over the course of this school year. Based on the theme of Super Heroes, this year’s PARP program is titled, “Be a Super Reader”. Please click on the link for more information and photos.
Dutch Lane students celebrated their love of reading by participating in "Read Across the Globe Day". Organized by the Points of Light Organization, the event aims to shine a light on literacy by working across time zones in an effort to read aloud to the most children ever in a 24-hour period. Please click on the link for more information and photos.
The theme of this year’s Summer Reading Program was “Reading Gives You Superpowers!” Over 85 of our students participated in the program this year, reading books to attain “superhero status”. On Friday, September 25th, our PTA hosted an ice cream sundae party for participants, all of whom were provided with a superhero goody bag full of awesome prizes. Thanks to Mrs. Mane, Mrs. Croce and Mrs. Mangiaracina for serving our superhero readers with sundaes and a smile! Please click on the link for more information and photos.
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.