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CYSD Nurse Receives Recognition
02/15/2018
CYSD Nurse's Humanitarian Efforts Recognized
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mass customized learning: a glimpse into the k-6 experience

Central York School District's K-6 schools are customizing the learning experience for our students. Our faculty, staff and administrators want students to engage with learning, connect with classmates and teachers, and feel inspired to succeed socially, emotionally and academically throughout their Central Experience. 

What does this look like in our K-6 classrooms? Take a few minutes and see for yourselves how our teachers and schools are customizing learning at the K-6 level:


Mass Customized Learning: Grades 7-12. 

Whether it's self-paced learning or joining a student-run business, or participating in the High School's, "Apollo" Program, our secondary students have more voice and choice when it comes to their education than ever before.

Our faculty, staff and administrators work to provide learners in Grades 7-12 with a Central Experience that helps them succeed socially, emotionally and academically and that prepares them for post-secondary success. 

For a look at Mass Customized Learning in Grades 7-12, take a moment to view our video. We look forward to helping ALL learners make the most of their Central Experience!




CYSD Schools CLosed Friday, February 23, 2018

Police are continuing their investigation into the text and social media threats made against the Middle School and Elementary Schools Tuesday. Based on their ongoing investigation, police have recommended we close our schools tomorrow Friday, February 23, 2018.

We will continue to work closely with law enforcement officials and to provide regular updates to our families, faculty and staff and community.

As a reminder, police have set up a task force and are asking for your help in finding the source of these threats and bringing them to justice as soon as possible. If you see something, or hear something that might help with the investigation, please report it to police via their tipline, stpdtips@springettsbury.com or call 911 and ask for the Springettsbury Task Force.

We thank you for your continued support of Central York School District, and your understanding as we work to provide a safe and secure environment for ALL.

Thank you.

Central York School District

District, Law Enforcement Officials Will Hold Town Meeting on Safety & Security February 28, 2018

Central York School District would like to invite our faculty, staff, families and community members to a special Town Meeting on Safety & Security 6:30PM Wednesday, February 28, 2018, at Central York High School, 601 Mundis Mill Road.

We believe students, faculty and staff have a right to attend safe schools and work hard each day to provide a safe and secure environment for ALL who enter our buildings and attend our events. 

During the meeting, we will review the proactive measures in place to safeguard our schools, hear from law enforcement officials and listen to feedback and concerns from our families and community.

We hope you can join us for a proactive dialogue on school safety. 

Thank you! 

CYSD SChools CLOSED thursday, 2.22.18 

Police are continuing their investigation into the text and social media threats made against the Middle School and Elementary Schools Tuesday. Based on their ongoing investigation, police have recommended we close our schools tomorrow Thursday, February 22, 2018.

We will continue to work closely with law enforcement officials and to provide regular updates to our families, faculty and staff and community.

As a reminder, police have set up a task force and are asking for your help in finding the source of these threats and bringing them to justice as soon as possible. If you see something, or hear something that might help with the investigation, please report it to police via their tipline, stpdtips@springettsbury.com or call 911 and ask for the Springettsbury Task Force. 

We thank you for your continued support of Central York School District, and your understanding as we work to provide a safe and secure environment for ALL. 

Thank you.

 

information for k-12 families regarding police investigation into second threatening social media post 

Please be aware that police are currently investigating a second social media post that includes a threatening statement about our middle and elementary schools. As a result of this post and while police investigate, we will not hold outside recess or activities today.
We will share any updated information as it is available and are working closely with police to monitor the situation.
If you have any additional concerns or information, please do not hesitate to contact law enforcement officials.
Thank you.
Central York School District 

A Message for Central York High School Families

Late last night and into this morning, we received numerous reports of a social media post suggesting rumors of a possible threat to Central York High School school. Springettsbury Township Police and Northern York Regional Police have been investigating this post and the rumors since last night.

The police have said they cannot substantiate this threat and cannot verify it as a credible threat at this time. We will proceed with school as normally scheduled.

We will have additional police presence at our high school today as a proactive measure. If you are concerned for your child’s safety and wish to keep him or her home from school today, that absence will be excused.

The safety and security of our faculty, staff and students is our utmost concern. If you have concerns or hear rumors, please do not hesitate to notify school officials. We treat all information received seriously and share with law enforcement officials so they may investigate fully.

Thank you.

Central York School District 

kindergarten registration now open 

Please click the link below to begin the registration process for the 2018-2019 School Year.

https://access.centralyork.org/kindergarten/


important information for cysd parents & guardians 

(Friday, Feb. 16, 2018) Earlier today, several Central York School District parents/guardians contacted school administrators and Springettsbury Township Police to share concerns with a photo that was circulating on Snapchat showing a Central York student holding what appeared to be a gun in a school restroom.
Because of your outreach to us and police, law enforcement and school officials were able to respond quickly and effectively. Two middle school students were identified and interviewed in this incident. The police investigation revealed the photo was taken on February 15, 2018, and the gun displayed in the photo was found to be a BB gun. The BB gun was recovered and is in police custody.
Springettsbury Township Police are investigating and there is no threat to the safety and security of students, faculty and staff of Central York School District. Police have advised that the district attorney’s office is currently determining appropriate charges.
We are grateful to our community for your willingness to reach out and share information so that police could take swift action to correct the situation. The safety and security of our students, faculty and staff is our utmost priority. In the future, we encourage you to keep sharing any concerns with police and school officials so that we can continue working together for the safety and security of our schools and community.
Thank you.

Tickets on sale this week for cyhs boys'/Girls' basketball league championship games at york college

Central York High School Boys' Basketball will play in the league championship game vs Northeastern High School at 7PM Thursday, February 15, at York College of PA.

Central York High School Girls' Basketball will play in the league championship game vs. Dallastown High School at 7PM Friday, February 16, at York College of PA.

For Boys' Basketball Tickets:
Tickets will be on sale from 11AM-1PM Thursday in the Central York High School lobby. Tickets will only be sold at the door Thursday if they do not sell out in advance. Tickets cost $6/adult, $4/student. No passes accepted. 

For Girls' Basketball Tickets:
Tickets will be on sale from 11AM-1PM Thursday in the Central York High School lobby. Tickets will be sold at the door Friday. Tickets cost $6/adult, $4/student. No passes accepted. 

Congratulations to our teams & coaches & best wishes!! 

School board sets graduation date for class of 2018

Central York School District will hold Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2018 on Friday, June 1, 2018 at Central York High School. Please stay tuned for additional details to follow. 

SCHOOL BOARD Approves 2018-2019 school calendar

Central York School District School Board has adopted a 2018-2019 School Calendar.  To view a copy of that calendar, click here.  

The first student day is August 22. 2018. There are no built-in Weather Emergency Make-Up Days in the 2018-2019 CYSD Calendar. Make-up days will be added after the last student day, which is May 31, 2019. 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES Realignment Plan

The Board of School Directors voted to realign K-3 elementary attendance areas for the 2018-2019 school year. A copy of the letter sent to K-12 families can be viewed here. 
Impacted streets in Stony Brook Elementary School are listed here. Impacted streets in Roundtown Elementary School are listed here. 




 

Kindergarten Registration Moved to February 19-23

The District will hold Kindergarten Phone-In/Online Registration February 19-23, 2018. 

 

We will provide details on how to access the online registration system prior to this week via Skyward Family Access Center, this e-newsletter and on social media. 

 

 

#CYSDProud

CYMS MathCounts Team earns Top Finish in Countywide competition

MathCounts


Twelve Central York Middle School students traveled to York College of Pennsylvania January 9 to compete in the 2018 York County MathCounts Competition. The students faced off against teams from 10 other county schools. During the competition, CYMS MathCounts team members participated in the Sprint Round, Target Round, Team Round and Countdown Round. 

The team of Kurtis Zhang, Josh Ilko, Elijah Lieu and Naomi Hagan placed 1st out of 35 teams. The individual results were: Owen Strickler (14th), Elijah Lieu (12th), Sarah Gao (9th), Brianna Fan (8th), Kurtis Zhang( 6th) and Josh Ilko (4th).  After a head-to-head countdown round, Kurtis Zhang moved up from 6th place to 1st place.
Congratulations to our CYMS lMathCounts team and coach Mrs. Erika Hanes, Math Teacher, on their outstanding accomplishments! 
(Pictured, above, the Central York Middle School MathCounts Team.) 

please join us for our 2018 community book read

Freedom To Learn ImageJoin Central York School District School Board, Administrators, Faculty, Staff & Community members to read & discuss Will Richardson's "Freedom to Learn."

Our Community Book Read Sessions will be held at 5PM February 5 at the ESC, 775 Marion Road, and at 6:30PM February 13, in the Central York Middle School Library & Learning Hub, 1950 North Hills Road, York.

Copies of the book are available at the Educational Service Center or in any school office for community members who do not wish to purchase a copy for the book read. 

We hope to see you there! 

Mass Customized Learning in Central york School District 

EcoThe Central York School District is customizing the learning experience for each and every one of our learners.

We invite you to learn more about Mass Customized Learning and what this could mean for the future of our learners and educators. We encourage to you to explore our MCL Website, Ecosystem and Blog and learn more about our vision for customizing the learning experience for ALL learners.

Click here to begin.

 

 

Customized Learning & The Apollo Program
at Central York High School





Central York High School's faculty, staff and administration are continuously striving to find ways to empower learners in Grades 9-12 with opportunities to customize their high school education experience.  Please take a moment to view the video included, above, and learn more about the opportunities provided to our students throughout their high school experience. 

 (Note: The video, above, was produced by Diemo Productions, co-owned by 2005 CYHS Alumnus Greg Timmons).  
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