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Central York School Board Votes Against YCST Refinance/Restructure Proposal

The Central York School District Board of School Directors on Monday, June 19, 2017, voted against a resolution to refinance and restructure the York County School of Technology Authority, Series of 2007 Bonds and financing the renovations and additions to the school.

The Central York School Board supports the educational programs and services provided for the district and county’s students, but does not support the outdated and inequitable funding formula assigned to school districts decades ago.  

The Central York School Board believes that the York County School of Technology Joint Operating Committee, which encompasses representatives of school districts throughout York County who use YCST programs and services, must revisit its Articles of Agreement and how debt is assigned to its collective members.

Specifically, while enrollment fees for cooperating districts is currently set at a consistent fee of $11,500 per student, regardless of the student’s district of residence, debt is assigned based on the assessed value of each district. Under this formula, Central York is carrying the largest portion of the Authority’s debt despite sending fewer students to YCST annually than many other school districts.

Central York School District Board of School Directors believes a review of the charter, Articles of Agreement and funding formula is necessary before it can support any of the Joint Operating Committee’s proposed projects or actions that could incur additional debt for YCST and subsequently Central York School District and our taxpayers.

While the Board is certainly in favor of restructuring and refinancing old bonds in order to save money on future payments, it is not in favor of incurring new debt for the reasons previously stated.

To review the YCST Resolution please click here to access Central York School District’s Board of School Director’s June 19 Meeting Agenda.

Thank you.

The Central York School District Board of School Directors

summer hours 

All buildings in Central York School District will be CLOSED Fridays from June 12-August 18. Office hours will be from 7:30AM-4PM Mondays through Thursdays.

All offices will be CLOSED Monday, July 3, and Tuesday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. Offices will be open Wednesday, July 5 through Friday, July 7.

Important calendar updates

Calendar PictureThe Board of School Directors has approved an amended 2017-2018 District Calendar. Please click here to download and view. The Board changed the date of the January 2018 Teacher In-Service Half-Day from January 12, 2018 to January 19, 2018.

Learner Work

Our Central York School District learners have formed Public Relations teams to help share the great projects their classmates are creating each and every day in our schools!

Click here to visit "The Current" website and learn more about their PR efforts at the high school. You can also check out their work on "The Central Experience," a site they launched last year to showcase learner work at Central York High School.

While visiting their site, you can also access "The Ripples" websites and learn more about their efforts to showcase learner work at our K-8 schools. 

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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