Tuesday, May 03, 2016 - Cycle Day 1

1800 Hollywood Dr, York PA 17403  Phone: 717.885.1210  FAX: 717.885.1211

York Suburban School District educates, challenges, and prepares students to shape the future.
Upcoming Events

Video Surveillance
Surveillance video camera systems are utilized by the York Suburban School District on school property and on buses to enhance the safety of our students. The school district may use the information gathered for disciplinary and/or legal action for inappropriate behaviors as defined by district policy and guidelines.

Important Information

District Map

Identify Attendance Zone for Your Address

This district map identifies the attendance and walking boundaries for all district buildings.  Enter your address to determine the schools your children should attend. NOTE: if your address is close to a District boundary, please contact the Central Registration office at 717-885-1131 to ensure that it's located in York Suburban. Sometimes this map can contain inaccuracies.  

Attendance Boundary Map


Hot Topics

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2016-2017 Kindergarten Registration

2016-2017 Preliminary Budget 

Guest Teachers Needed 


Did You Know...




 …that our total per pupil budget is $16,256 in the current year?







...that on May 23, 2016 the YS School Board will vote on the Final 2016-2017 Budget?


...that total Federal Revenues make up less than 1% of the total budget for the current year?





 ...that the Employer retirement rate contribution increase of $1,099,559 mandated by the State is impacting expenditures for the proposed 2016-2017 budget?


...that our property tax millage is 21.8880 for the current year?


...all forms of bullying are prohibited, and should be reported to a school administrator or school counselor.



   …that a potential impact to Property Tax for 2016-2017 is a decrease in assessed value of $11,000,000 or $250,000 in tax revenue?





...that at the end of the year there are items that get booked to the following accounts as revenue: Bond Issue Proceeds, Transfers from Other Funds, and Sale of Fixed Assets?



...the quickest way to change behavior in anyone is to point out what he/she is doing right!



...that for 2015-2016 the property assessed value was $1,755,098,859?


...that Local Sources are impacting Revenue in 2016-2017? Some examples are: Decrease in delinquent tax collection, Increase in Local Real Estate Assessed Value, Increase in Collection rate of taxes, Increase in Contributions and Donations, No approved State Budget for 2015-2016.




 ...that State Sources are impacting Revenue in 2016-2017? Some examples are: Basic Education Subsidy staying at 2014-15 level, Rental Subsidy decrease with the return of two debt service obligations, No approved State Budget for 2015-2016.




 ...that total State Revenues makes up 16.66% of the total budget in the current year?


...that the YS District Community Budget Presentation can be viewed at yssd.org?









 ...YS utilizes a continuous and comprehensive district-wide positive behavior support system.



...that by June 30, 2016 the State requires adoption of the Final budget?


  ...that total Local Revenues makes up 82.64% of the total budget in the current year?



...YS contracts with Lincoln Intermediate Unit for one full time school psychologist. 



...Lincoln Intermediate Unit provides contracted speech and language, occupational therapy and physical therapy for district students


 ... that total Local Property Tax makes up 87.50% of the total Local Revenues budget in the current year?



...student services include health services, gifted services, special education services and school counseling services.

  ...each building counseling office is staffed with a full time school counselor(s) or behavioral specialist.


...the District cannot impose sales, amusement, or other taxes to increase revenue because School Districts have no taxing authority beyond property taxes and those regulated by Act 1?

... 32% of special education students are identified with a speech and language disability.




           ...that for 2015-2016 the property assessed value was $1,755,098,859?




    ...YS provides gifted services to 67 identified students.





...The total budget for this year is $51,205,876?

…that Public Comment on the Budget is welcome at all Board meetings?









...YS provides special education services to 346 identified students.


...YS student health services promote student wellness in an effort to maximize their educational experience.



Welcome to York Suburban

District News


2015 Annual Report

Public Records - Right to Know





 Board Meetings - May


May 9

Special Board Meeting & Planning Committee Meeting



May 23

Regular Monthly Meeting


All meetings are held at 7:00 PM in the Provard Education Center unless otherwise noted.



School Board Meetings

Agendas/Minutes/Video & Audio Files
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Internet Essentials





      SAVE THE DATE !  

   YS Communities That Care  


    York Suburban School District

    Wellness Night

    May 13th from 6-8pm

    at YS High School





  York Suburban Community Family Day 


 The York Revolution

  PeoplesBank Park

  Game Date:   Sunday, May 15   1:00 pm

 Ticket Cost:  $10.00 (cash only)  Includes hot dog, drink, and chips

 Tickets on sale now ! 



Announcing Hildebrandt Learning Center 2016 Summer Adventure Camps !!!

Information for Valley View and Indian Rock Elementary

Infomation for Yorkshire and East York Elementary













The York Suburban School District is an Equal Opportunity Education Institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious creed, ancestry, sex, age, marital status or handicap, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Action of 1964, Title IX of the Education Act Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation of the Handicapped Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, in its activities, educational and vocational programs and in its recruitment and employment practices. Inquiries concerning the application of Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, the ADA and the implementing regulations may be referred to the Superintendent, 1800 Hollywood Drive, York, PA 17403, telephone (717) 885-1210.