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Welcome to the homepage for the Donald P. Sutherland School. The Donald P. Sutherland School "D.P.S." is one of five elementary schools in the East Greenbush Central School District. DPS is located in the village of Nassau. Currently, our school has an enrollment of 320 students in grades Kindergarten through Five.
I have been the principal of DPS for the last ten years and enjoy being a part of the school community. Our students continue to excel on the NYS Assessments in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies as well as strive to be "Kids with Character".
Take the opportunity to explore our school website to find out more about DPS! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at the school.
- Jack Alvey
Summer ESL Program Brings the World Together – Posted July 24, 2015
The ESL Summer Enrichment Program gives students the opportunity to build their English skills while learning about American culture. Full story.
District Now Hiring Bus Drivers – Posted July 17, 2015
The East Greenbush Central School District is now hiring bus drivers for the 2015-16 school year. There are both permanent and substitute driver positions available. Full story.
Schools Begin Summer Construction – Posted July 15, 2015
Days after students bounded out of school for summer vacation, slinging backpacks over their shoulders and saying goodbye to teachers, classrooms were emptied out for maintenance and construction projects. Full story with photos.
Jennifer Massey Joins Board of Education – Posted July 10, 2015
Three Board members were sworn in at Tuesday’s meeting, including Jennifer Massey who begins her first term. Full story.
East Greenbush Ranks 5th Out of 84 Capital Region School Districts – Posted June 26, 2015
The East Greenbush CSD moved into the Capital Region’s top five districts in the Albany Business Review’s 2015 Schools Report rankings, which were released on Friday. Full story.