Reopening Schools Parent Survey

Dear Bearcat Families, We understand that every family is in a unique situation, health, and comfort level that we need to be ready to support. This brief survey will help guide us as we design teaching and learning to meet your child's needs, either in person in a classroom, virtual classroom, or a blending of both. Please help us by taking a moment to respond to the questions for each child who will be attending one of our schools in the fall. If you have multiple children, please re-take this survey to provide your response for each child.

https://forms.gle/W5rXDDWGf8PREak78 (English) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Queridas familias Bearcat, Entendemos que cada familia está en una situación única de salud y nivel de comodidad que necesitamos estar listos para brindarles apoyo. Esta breve encuesta nos ayudará a orientarnos a la hora de diseñar la enseñanza y el aprendizaje para satisfacer las necesidades de su hijo, ya sea en persona en un aula, en un aula virtual o en una combinación de ambas.Por favor, ayúdenos tomando un momento para responder a las preguntas siguientes para cada niño que asistirá a una de nuestras escuelas en el otoño. Si tiene varios niños, por favor, vuelva a realizar esta encuesta para proporcionar su respuesta para cada niño. https://forms.gle/ivTivbcCR4oDxxmP8 (español)

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William Penn Pool Restoration Project

Since March 2016, a community group of York High alumni have been organizing to accomplish an ambitious but important goal: Fix the swimming pool and diving tank at William Penn Senior High School.

Pool Restoration Project

York Dispatch photo

The pool, which once hosted one of York County’s premier aquatics programs, has been empty for about seven years.

Constructed in 1971, the pool no longer meets PIAA competition requirements and requires significant upgrades.

The BT Express, a community group that advocates for the academic and athletic success of York City students, has partnered with York City Mayor Kim Bracey and York County Economic Alliance President and CEO Kevin Schreiber as co-chairs of the $1.2 million capital campaign.

On Jan. 26, 2017, the BT Express held a press conference at the high school to announce the campaign.

You can read accounts of that press conference in The York Daily Record here and The York Dispatch here.

To contribute to the campaign:



To donate the old-fashioned way, make your tax-deductible contribution to William Penn Senior High School Pool Restoration Project, 31 N. Pershing Ave., York, PA 17401. Attention: Richard Snodgrass, Business Manager.

All contributions will be deposited directly into a York City School District account specifically for the renovation project.

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