Phone Notification System - Important Update

Our automated voice messaging provider has been purchased by a new company and we are in the process of transferring all of our contact information to the new system. We will be notifying all parents/guardians, faculty & staff of this change tonight via our existing system. We will be testing the new system on Sunday, October 26, with another call to all district parents, guardians, faculty and staff.

If you do not receive the call Sunday evening, or if you receive the call at more phone numbers than you prefer, please contact us Monday, October 27, to ensure we have your correct information on file.

You may call 846-6789, ext. 1299 with this information. We will need your student or students' names, schools, your name and your preferred phone number or numbers. You may also email this information to us by clicking the following link: Phone Notification System Update.

Thank you for your patience as we test our new system. We appreciate your help with ensuring we know the best way to reach you in case of a weather cancellation or emergency situation.



Welcome to Roundtown Elementary School


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The Roundtown Elementary School offers a nurturing, interactive educational program to its 550 students in grades K-3. The child-centered program emphasizes the development of a love for learning and the building of communication skills throughout the curriculum. Music, art, informational media, guidance, and physical education are also important components of the developmentally appropriate curriculum.

The Roundtown instructional staff provides a strong educational foundation in a caring atmosphere. The active Parent Teacher Organization and Parent Volunteer Program offer support for the Roundtown students and programs. Tucked into country surroundings, Roundtown students enjoy a unique touch of rural warmth blended with modern excellence in education and technology.

Conflict Resolution is a major part of the Elementary Guidance Program, and at Roundtown the Playground Peace Table is an important tool.The students use it in a positive way to work out their differences. Both classroom teachers and playground assistants encourage the children to use problem-solving skills during their time on the playground. Adults serve as facilitators in helping the children become productive, positive problem-solvers. A special component of the problem-solving curriculum is the parent education program. The guidance counselor holds workshops with parents to teach them how to encourage their children to be peacemakers at home.

The current building replaced the original Roundtown Elementary School which was first opened in 1938. The students moved into the new building in November 1991.

570 Church Road
York, PA 17404
Mr. Matthew Miller, Principal
Mrs. Kelly Harper, Assistant Principal