Saylor Announces 2012-13 School Funding for York County
6/27/2012
HARRISBURG- House Majority Whip Stan Saylor (R- York) today reported that the House, Senate, and the administration have agreed upon K-12 funding levels for school districts throughout the state for the 2012-13 fiscal year.

In each school district, state funding has been increased from the 2011-12 fiscal year funding levels.

"Ensuring our children have the solid foundation of a good primary education on which to build their futures and become the best business leaders and workers in the nation is important to keeping Pennsylvania competitive with other states as efforts to attract employers remains heated in these challenging economic times," Saylor said.

For York County, the funding levels for 2012-13 are:

  • Central York School District - $11,653,323, an increase of $992,917.
  • Dallastown Area School District - $14,478,837, an increase of $1,318,241.
  • Dover Area School District - $14,279,702, an increase of $566,098.
  • Eastern York School District - $10,307,209, an increase of $517,127.
  • Hanover Public School District - $3,513,952, an increase of $189,773.
  • Northeastern York School District - $14,762,123, an increase of $884,225.
  • Northern York County School District - $10,182,081, an increase of $497,664.
  • Red Lion Area School District - $20,582,935, an increase of $1,016,963.
  • South Eastern School District - $12,265,602, an increase of $629,613.
  • South Western School District - $13,343,076, an increase of $778,437.
  • Southern York County School District - $10,606,740, an increase of $660,712.
  • Spring Grove Area School District - $14,818,890, an increase of $715,448.
  • West Shore School District - $19,473,921, an increase of $1,482,206.
  • West York Area School District - $8,069,070, an increase of $587,219.
  • York City School District - $59,762,258, an increase of $7,033,353.
  • York Suburban School District - $4,772,663, an increase of $674,405.

These totals include Basic Education Funding, Accountability Block Grants, student transportation and charter school student transportation, school employees, Social Security, and the state's portion of pension obligations for school employees.

House Majority Whip Stan Saylor
94th District, Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Charles Lardner
clardner@pahousegop.com
717.260.6443
RepSaylor.com

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