Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
February 25, no eventsFebruary 26, no eventsFebruary 27, no eventsFebruary 28, no eventsMarch 01, no events23
March 04, no events5678910
March 11, no events121314151617
March 18, no events19202122March 23, no eventsMarch 24, no events
March 25, no eventsMarch 26, no events27March 28, no events2930March 31, no events



What's New

Nurse Mattern Recognized
CYSD Nurse Receives Recognition
CYSD Nurse's Humanitarian Efforts Recognized
Read More about CYSD Nurse Receives Recognition
District Logo

Recent News


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 Early Dismissal March 20, 2018

Central York School District will be dismissing early today, Tuesday, March 20, 2018.  Due to forecasted inclement weather this afternoon, we will be dismissing secondary schools at 11:30 am and elementary schools at 12:30 pm.  All evening activities are canceled.  Thank you.


CYHS evacuated briefly today due to bomb threat:

students have returned to class as normal at this time

Central York High School evacuated all students, faculty and staff at approximately 8:15 a.m. today at the direction of law enforcement officials in response to a tip received about a possible bomb threat.

Springettsbury Township Police and the specially trained York County Bomb Detection Unit were notified and responded to the threat immediately. All high school students, faculty and staff were evacuated until police determined the building was safe. At approximately 8:45 a.m., the authorities issued an all-clear, after searching the building extensively with their K-9 Unit. Students, faculty and staff have returned to classes as normal.

Police were able to determine the building was safe and there was no threat to students, faculty or staff. Although they are continuing to investigate, there is nothing to show that this threat was connected to this Central York High School. The evacuation and search were conducted in an overabundance of caution.

Please know that student safety is of utmost concern to all of us in Central York School District. By evacuating the students, we were able to ensure their immediate safety and take the steps needed to ensure their continued safety and security in our building.

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.

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. 


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. 



CYMS MathCounts Team earns Top Finish in Countywide competition


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.) 

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).  
How to Find Us