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    Spotlight on Pre-K

    A wonderful presentation by the Dutch Lane RISE students reporting on the successful first year of Hicksville's Pre-K program.

     

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DUTCH LANE 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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  • Annual "Pass it Forward" Toy Drive

    Dutch Lane participated in our annual “Pass It Forward” Toy Drive. Please see our Photo Gallery to the left for more photos.

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  • District Holiday Card Designer

    Amaiah, a fifth grade student at Dutch Lane, was honored for designing the school district's holiday card. We are so happy that Amaiah's talents have been recognized and celebrated! Please click for more photos.

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  • Board of Education Recognition Ceremony

    Each year, a student is selected from each of the nine Hicksville school to represent their building at a ceremony expressing gratitude for all the School Board members do for us and our community. Aiden, a Dutch Lane School student in Mrs. Ytuarte's class, presented a token of our appreciation to Board of Education Trustee Kevin Carroll. Pictured with Aiden and Mr. Carroll are Dr. Bonuso, Superintendent of Schools, Mrs. Ytuarte, classroom teacher and Mrs. Strauss, Dutch Lane School principal.

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  • Our Visit with Author David Rottenberg and the Eglevsky Ballet

    Our students were treated to a performance by author David Rottenberg and the Eglevsky Ballet. Mr. Rottenberg narrated his book, "Gwendolyn the Graceful Pig", while the Eglevsky Ballet performed it on stage. The message of the book, "believe in yourself and always try your best" was well received, and our students laughed at the talented dancers, who showed them how to get right back up after falling down. Please see our Photo Gallery for photos of this special performance.

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  • “Power of One” Anti-Bullying Assembly

    The Dutch Lane School began their month long celebration of Anti-Bullying month with the “Power of One” Anti-Bullying Assembly. With the students and staff wearing blue to raise awareness for bullying prevention, the students got to watch and learn about the different types of bullying and ways they can prevent and help stop bullying. Dutch Lane’s anti-bullying month celebration will continue throughout October with weekly challenges for our students such as making friends with a new student, standing up for others, and not allowing any child to play or sit alone. Please click on the link for more information and see our Photo Gallery for more photos.

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  • Fire Department Smoke House

    The Hicksville Fire Department visited Dutch Lane School with one of their trucks and their Smoke House. Children learned all about fire safety and what to do if there was an actual fire in their homes. Firefighters emphasized the importance of getting down low to the ground, finding an escape route, designating a meeting place outside of the home for all family members, and how to call and get help. Children were taught how to safely climb out of the Smoke House. Next, one of our firefighter friends talked more about fire safety while children were able to climb into the giant fire truck. Please see our Photo Gallery for more photos.

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  • A.M. Academy

    We are excited to announce that our A.M. Academy will launch on Monday, September 25, 2017. Our “Before School” activities are available for all of our students to participate in. Each morning, five days a week, there will be opportunities for your child to attend extra help with their classroom teacher, or attend classes such as RTI, “Just Read”, library, yoga, music or a physical fitness experience. Please click on the link for more information and for the A.M. Academy schedule.

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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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  • Think Central - Go Math!

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

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