Welcome to #WildcatNation. Home of the Wildcats!
The home page of this site covers important information for Dallastown Area School District families.
Please use the building-specific pages to access important information pertaining to your child's school.
This video provides step-by-step directions on how to access student information and transportation information, and how to update student forms. Parents/Guardians should view this tutorial prior to logging into Skyward Family Access.
Attendance information can be found HERE.
Please click HERE to access the 2022-23 Student & Guardian Handbook. Please note that this handbook is a required Skyward sign-off when completing back-to-school updates.
Please click HERE to access Skyward Family Access to update your student's back-to-school information, view homeroom/placement information, and access transportation information!
Follow us on social media for important updates, celebrations, and more!
"Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late."
The Dallastown CARES initiative provides a framework for inspiring and creating an equitable environment and embracing diversity. The program establishes consistent and cohesive expectations and character development at DASD.
Is your family interested in cyber schooling? Each student enrolled in the DASD Cyber Academy will receive the Dallastown Experience through a personalized, high-quality education with the convenience of a flexible schedule and the ability to self-pace. To learn more, visit the DASD Cyber Academy Website!
New this year! We want to showcase the phenomenal things happening all across Wildcat Nation! We are looking for nominations for the following to be featured in our Wildcat Nation News:
Creative teaching and learning practices that are driving student success
Innovative programs that are meeting the social and emotional needs of our students
Caring employees who have gone above and beyond to support children, families and their fellow employees
New initiatives that are preparing students for success post-graduation
Student leaders who are making a difference in their school or community
School partnerships that are having a positive impact in your school
Fun and uplifting photos and videos that capture everyday moments in our classrooms, schools, and departments
Alumni who are making a difference in the world
Do you know of District stakeholders who are doing great things for the Dallastown community? If so, share it with us to have your nomination featured in the Wildcat Nation News.
The Department of Health, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, has directed that children attending schools in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania receive a MEDICAL examination on original entry into school (Kindergarten/ First Grade) and in grades 6 and 11. A DENTAL examination is required on original entry (Kindergarten/ First Grade) and in grades 3 and 7.
We are further directed to urge parents to have these physical and dental examinations done by their family physician and family dentist. It is felt that they will have a better knowledge of the past health history of the child and be in the best position to recommend immediate steps for any needed remedial care.
Medical and dental exams are accepted up to one year, beginning July 1, prior to the opening of school for the required exam that year. Completed forms should be returned to the School Nurse.
Please note that students in grade 11 who participate in school sports may use one exam for both the sports physical and the state-mandated physical. In this case, the sports physical exam form should be used, and it must be dated no earlier than June 1st of the school year in which the sport will be played.
The following screenings are mandated by the state of Pennsylvania and will be conducted annually:
VISION will be checked for all children in all grades.
HEARING will be checked for children in grades K, 1, 2, 3, 7, and 11.
SCOLIOSIS screenings will be conducted for all children in grades 6 and 7.
HEIGHT, WEIGHT & BMI calculations will be completed for all children in all grades.
Upon completion of your child’s physical and dental exams, please forward them directly to the school nurse at your child’s school. The following fax numbers are provided for your convenience:
High School: (866) 223-7505
Middle School: (866) 233-9796
Ore Valley: (866) 828-9504
Dallastown Intermediate School:
Blue Community (866) 378-0058
Red Community (866) 847-0968
Yellow Community (866) 228-0648
Loganville-Springfield: (866) 227-6132
Leaders Heights: (866) 223-3269
Dallastown Elementary: (866) 260-8470
York Township: (866) 601-2672