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  • 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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  • Hour of Code

    Computer Science Education Week takes place from December 8th through December 14th. To celebrate this, all Dutch Lane students were invited to participate in the "The Hour of Code" either in their classrooms or in the Computer Lab.

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  • “The Kids on the Block” Assembly Presented by the Epilepsy Foundation

    Dutch Lane School students in grades two through five participated in a unique and important learning opportunity when “The Kids on the Block” troupe, sponsored by the Epilepsy Foundation of Long Island, visited our school and presented a puppet show. Students learned how to help a child experiencing a seizure and had the opportunity to ask the presenters several questions about Epilepsy. At the conclusion of the assembly, everyone sang a song titled, “All Kids Are Different” along with the puppets.

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  • Scare Away Hunger

    Our Dutch Lane School community has much to be grateful for! We are in the midst of a food collection drive for Thanksgiving and are aligning this to a new service learning project, “Scare Away Hunger”. Please click the link for more information.

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  • Dinoman Visits Dutch Lane

    Dutch Lane School took a trip back to pre-historic times when Dinoman visited Dutch Lane School. Students experienced a three-dimensional timeline from those times until now and how time is divided into eras. Students learned about the Mesozoic era, how fossils are formed and proof that dinosaurs really did exist!

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  • Students Plant a Kinder "Garden"

    Dutch Lane had its first “annual” Kinder “garden” planting ceremony. Each fall, our entering Kindergarten students will plant tulip bulbs to celebrate “putting down roots” at the Dutch Lane School. Each spring, our fifth grade students will commemorate the garden by planting a garden stone they create, as they “flex their wings” towards the middle school.

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  • Constitution Day

    Dutch Lane proudly wore patriotic colors in honor of Constitution Day. The students, faculty and staff gathered near the flag to participate in "Pledge Across America,” a program that invites students across the United States to participate in a simultaneous Pledge of Allegiance.

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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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  • 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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