Who Let The Dogs In?

At Sandy Hook Elementary, Labs Help Kids Read, Play

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Posted: October 19, 2013

Gabe Bowen (left) and Brady Flynn, kindergarten students at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Strasburg, pet Reese, a chocolate Lab at the school on Tuesday. Reese is one of two therapy dogs that Vicki Lutz, a physical education teacher, brings to the school to help calm students and staff. (Photos by Kassondra Cloos / DN-R)
Students lavish attention on Reese, one of two therapy dogs at the school, while Vicki Lutz looks on.
Kevin Lamma, 10, a fifth-grader at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Strasburg, reads to Reese and Tahoe, two therapy dogs, as owner and physical education teacher Vicki Lutz listens.

STRASBURG — When Reese and Tahoe walk down the hallways of Sandy Hook Elementary School, they leave a trail of smiles in their wake. They don’t say anything, or make much noise at all, but…



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