McKinley K-8 After School Programs Cancelled (Today)

Please be advised McKinley K-8 has been placed on a "Shelter in Place" due to an incident occurring in the area. All teachers and staff are safe. No students are on the premises as today is a Wellness Wednesday with learning occurring at home. All after-school activities are cancelled.

Election Day Information- November 3rd School Building Closed

Tuesday, November 3, 2020, is election day. With several of our school buildings serving as polling sites, the School District of the City of York has made the decision to close all school buildings for in-person learning. All students will be expected to continue learning virtually and/or completing assignments given by their teacher at home.  Students will still be able to receive a Breakfast and Lunch at their respective schools.


El martes, 3 de noviembre, 2020, es día de elecciones. Como varias de nuestras escuelas servirán como lugar para votar, el Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de York ha tomado la decisión de cerrar todas las escuelas para el aprendizaje en persona ese día. Se espera que todos los estudiantes continúen aprendiendo virtualmente y/o completando las asignaciones indicadas por los maestros en casa. Los estudiantes podrán recibir un Desayuno y un Almuerzo en sus escuelas respectivas.

All PreK-12 Grade Students Virtual Learning (2nd Marking Period)

2nd Marking Period Virtual - Please click the link below to access more information on the Virtual Learning plan. This plan has been approved by the School Board of Directors at the School Board Meeting on Wednesday, October 21, 2020. https://www.ycs.k12.pa.us/blog/all-k-12-virtual-learning/

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Community Web Portal

A major priority for the School District of the City of York is improved communication, especially with our students’ families. Two years ago, we launched the Community Web Portal to connect parents and guardians directly with their child’s school and teachers. We’ve found great success with this service, but we want more parents and guardians to sign up! Here’s why you should sign up for the Community Web Portal today:

Academics: You don’t need to wait for a report card to know how your child is doing in school! For students in grades 6-12, the Community Web Portal gives you the ability to track your child’s grades on a daily basis. Some teachers are even using the service to help parents track their child’s homework assignments. Parents and guardians of students in all grades have access to traditional report cards – which will continue to be available to you through the Portal after your child is promoted to the next grade.

Attendance: Give yourself the peace of mind of knowing that your child arrived at school by checking the Portal each day. If your child is marked absent, that information will be recorded and available to you through the Portal. You can also keep track of your child’s overall attendance record.

Communication: Sometimes phone numbers and addresses change. Through the Portal, you can immediately alert your child’s school to changes in your family’s contact information.

As our staff and families become more comfortable with the Community Web Portal, we are continuing to add features that enhance communication between our schools and our students’ families. We believe that access to this information empowers families as partners with the school district in the education of children.

Signing up is easy! All you need is an email address. Click here to visit the registration page.

Below are detailed instructions about how to sign up. If you have any questions or need assistance accessing the Portal, contact the main office at your child’s school.

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