Hybrid Learning Model Proposed (3rd Marking Period)

The School District of the City of York has proposed a preliminary plan to move to a Hybrid Learning model for the third marking period at the School Board Committee Meeting last evening. Please be aware this plan will still need to be approved by the School Board of Directors at the School Board Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at 6:30 PM. You can find details for the proposed plan by viewing the links below: https://www.ycs.k12.pa.us/blog/hybrid-learning-model-proposal-3rd-marking-period/


En la reunión del Comité del Consejo del Plantel Escolar anoche, el Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de York propuso un plan preliminar para pasar a un modelo de aprendizaje híbrido para el tercer período. Tenga en cuenta que este plan aún deberá ser aprobado por la Junta Escolar en la reunión de la Junta Escolar programada para el miércoles 20 de enero de 2021. Puede encontrar los detalles del plan propuesto en los siguientes enlaces: https://www.ycs.k12.pa.us/blog/hybrid-learning-model-proposal-3rd-marking-period/

 

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Right-To-Know

The district’s Right-to-Know Officer is Mindy Wantz, who can be contacted at wantzmin@ycs.k12.pa.us or by calling (717) 849-1201.

Click here to view and download the Standard Right-to-Know Law Request Form.

More information about Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law is available through the Office of Open Records, Commonwealth Keystone Building, 400 North Street, 4th Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17120. Information is also available on the Office of Open Records website: www.openrecords.pa.gov.

The district will charge the following fees when a requester seeks to obtain a copy and for conversion of an electronic record to paper:

  1. Printing copy of non-paper record – 25 cents per page
  2. Photocopying – 25 cents per page
  3. Certified copy — $20 flat fee
  4. Electronic copy of record – Electronic copies will be provide by means of computer disk. For transfer of an electronic file to a computer disk, the charge is $1 for the disk, plus $20 per hour with a minimum charge of $20. The same charge will apply for email of records when a request is made to access in electronic form and solely for its convenience the district chooses email transmission in lieu of providing a disk. No charge will apply if solely for its convenience the district elects to email a record instead of providing access through personal inspection of a paper copy.
  5. Redaction – If redaction is required before the record can be accessed, the district will charge $20 per hour.
  6. Mailing copy of record – If a request is made for mailing and the district chooses to mail the copy instead of personal pick-up, the requester will pay the actual cost of shipping or postage.
  7. Facsimile transmission – If a request is made for facsimile transmission and the district chooses to provide facsimile transmission instead of personal pick-up, the requester will pay 25 cents per page.

The total sum owed shall be paid before the public record is given to the requester. If the duplication or transmission of a public record will cost $100 or more, that fee must be paid in advance of the request being processed.

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