Lancaster County Public Schools will be a family of students, parents, citizens and educators working together to cultivate pride and empower students to reach their full potential.  We will maintain high expectations that lead to academic and social success while recognizing and meeting the unique needs of each individual.  We will be recognized as a model of a distinguished school division.

"Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow"

‚ÄčLancaster County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.  The following persons have designated to handle inquiries regarding the discrimination policies:

Mr. Dan Russell, Assistant Superintendent - ADA and Title IX Compliance Coordinator

Mrs. Whitney Barrack, Budget and Finance Director – Alternate Compliance Coordinator