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DY Schools Are Great Mission Statement

We are a group of parents and citizens dedicated to making a difference in our children’s future. We are highly committed to working with the community to foster a better relationship between all residents.


“DY Schools Are Great” is a central resource for parents and and citizens who care about DY Schools. We have several goals:

1) To Collect and Share Ideas about:

  • Creating Community between our schools and our town citizens for mutually beneficial for all.
  • Promoting DY Schools as The Best School Choice on Cape Cod.
  • Raising revenues for our schools, both volunteer and school implemented ideas.
  • Cost Cutting creatively.
  • Curriculum or Extra-Curricular ideas: Ensuring that DY schools are the best educational choice for the our children of our towns.

All ideas will be passed on anonymously to the best person or department who can use or implement them. Please click here to share your ideas!

2) Inform parents and citizens about school issues, important meetings, voting, and other important school related information.

3) Volunteer efforts in each of the areas listed above to help support our schools. If you are interested in volunteering, contact us today!

4) Create DY School Pride that is shared by all citizens, parents, and students of Yarmouth and Dennis.

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All proceeds from our various fundraising efforts will be equally distributed amongst the seven Dennis-Yarmouth Schools.  The funds will be directly allocated to each Principal to use at their discretion based upon the individual school’s need.

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  1. March 7, 2010 9:01 pm

    I am a parent of 3 children in the D-Y School district and will try to be in attendance at the meeting scheduled for Wednesday evening. I reside in South Dennis and both my wife and I are graduates of D-Y.

    I heard you speak at the Yarmouth Selectman’s meeting last week and applaud your efforts in starting this long-overdue campaign.

    John Terrio, Class of 1977

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