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Welcome to My Website!

Thanks for visiting my website. On this website you will find helpful information for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. 

Our school day has been extended. School begins at 8:50 and dismissal will be at 4:05.

If you need to reach me before school starts, please email me at


Meet Mrs. Dutcher

Welcome to Room 002!

My name is Corinne Dutcher.  This year will be my 22nd year with Omaha Public Schools.  I graduated from UNO with my undergraduate and my first graduate degree.  I recently completed a second Masters Degree in Elementary Administration from Concordia University.  I have enjoyed being the summer school principal at Saddlebrook for the last 2 years!

I have been married to my husband, Tony,  for 20 years.  We have 2 children that attend Millard South High School.  Our son, Gregory, is 15, almost 16 years old and is a Sophomore.  Our daughter, Grayce, is 14 years old and is a Freshman.   My husband, also known as "SHAMBLES", is a Shrine Clown.  We enjoy volunteering our time as a family to help raise money for the Shrine Hospitals. At circus time, you will find us busy at every show doing what we do best....clowning.  

I look forward to getting to know all of my students and their families this year!

It's going to be a great year!

Mrs. Dutcher


With increased awareness of food allergies, food safety and an overabundance of “treats” (sugary juices, donuts, candies and cookies) in our schools, I have decided to eliminate the amount of unhealthy snacks in the classroom this year.  Eliminating junk food in our classroom will have a positive effect on the students - I promise we will still celebrate and have fun!  Rather than sending donuts, cookies, or cupcakes to school with your child on his or her birthday, I have come up with simple and meaningful ways to honor birthdays in the classroom.  

*extra recess for the whole class 

*lunch in the classroom with a friend

*a game the class plays together, such as bingo or kickball

*dance party with music

*help a younger class during "specials" - PE, Music, etc. 

If you would like to bring something to celebrate your child's birthday, consider the following options:

*donating a book to the classroom library

*bringing a simple craft for the class to make

*donating a game to the classroom

*small goodie bags with stickers/activities given to each classmate

*trail mix made with healthy ingredients.  The students can have fun helping mix together cereal, dried fruit and other items for a healthy, fun snack

Thank you for your support!  Please feel free to email me with any questions, concerns, or additional celebration ideas!