Dallastown Area School District

The Dallastown Area School District is a large, suburban, public school district covering the Boroughs of Dallastown, Jacobus, Loganville, and Yoe and Springfield Township and York Township in York County, Pennsylvania. The district covers 52.5-square-mile (136 km2). There are approximately 35,000 residents in 2009. According to District officials, in school year 2007-08 the Dallastown Area School District provided basic educational services to 5,977 pupils through the employment of 424 teachers, 232 full-time and part-time support personnel, and 31 administrators. Dallastown Area School District received more than $16.1 million in state funding in school year 2007-08.

The district operates five elementary schools K-5, one middle school 6–8 and one 9–12 high school. Due to over-crowding concerns, an intermediate school was built in 2010. It was named Dallastown Area Intermediate School.

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Dallastown Area School District - Mission Statement
... The mission of the board of school directors and the staff of the Dallastown Area School District, in partnership with family and community, is to provide a safe, innovative, and challenging ...

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