The link below is for the December edition of the Social Worker’s Newsletter. The newsletter contains valuable information on resources and services that are available to students and families. Please click the link below to access the newsletter.
3 days ago, Thomas Long
Our students had a great time at the IU13 holiday bazaar!
3 days ago, Laurie Lingenfelter
The Dutchmen Minute is a monthly newsletter that provides a quick look at school related information and upcoming events. The December edition of the Dutchmen Minute is attached.
4 days ago, Thomas Long
Dec DM
Students are busy building trees to fulfill fundraiser orders. Our seniors also enjoyed a cookie party for donating the highest percentage of goods to the caring cupboard.
4 days ago, Laurie Lingenfelter
tsa sanding
The HS Dutchmen Pals participated in the IU13 Holiday Bazaar today. Thank you to all that participated and prepped for today!
4 days ago, Carolyn Richards
Paint Your Pottery event is this Saturday, December 2, starting at 1:00 pm in the Secondary School Cafeteria. Please see the flyer for more details.
5 days ago, Thomas Long
A big thank you to our A-C students, staff, and families who engaged to support the community last week during the food can drive! So proud to be a Dutchmen!
13 days ago, Carolyn Richards
food drive
Congratulations to our staff winners who competed in a chili cook off challenge!
14 days ago, Kevin Brindle
Staff had some fun this morning getting into the Thanksgiving spirit and holiday cheer.
17 days ago, Laurie Lingenfelter
turkey day
Thank you to Mrs. Meghan Smith for putting together our secondary grateful tree!
18 days ago, Carolyn Richards
Dutchmen apparel store will be closing in a few days. Don't miss your chance to order some Dutchmen gear for the holiday season!
18 days ago, Thomas Long
Please help us welcome to the Annville-Cleona Athletic Department, our new Head Softball Coach, Amber Wagner!
18 days ago, Thomas Long
Congratulations to our Rotary Students of the Month Max Lietdka and Corina Martin!
19 days ago, Laurie Lingenfelter
Annville-Cleona Families, please see below information regarding Annville-Cleona School District's Angel Tree program. Please visit the school district website by tomorrow, Wednesday, November 15th, at, to complete the Google form under "District News" to receive assistance during the holiday season. Angel Tree is an opportunity to receive gift assistance for the holiday season. Angel Tree is open to Annville-Cleona School District students and children under 5 who reside in the home. Gifts will be available for pick up at the Annville-Cleona District Office on Tuesday, December 19th, and Wednesday, December 20th between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. For questions about Angel Tree, please contact the District Social Workers at 717-867-7600 ext. 4039 or by email at and
20 days ago, Carolyn Richards
angel tree
If you didn't make it out last night, we highly recommend you come out tonight to see A-C High School's fall play. It has lots of laughs and is performed perfectly! It won't disappoint.
23 days ago, Laurie Lingenfelter
fall play
Opening night tonight! Join us for the fall play at 7:30 pm.
24 days ago, Laurie Lingenfelter
fall play
Veterans Day Recognition breakfast tomorrow morning. Looking forward to honoring our service men and women.
25 days ago, Laurie Lingenfelter
It is National School Psychologist Week and we wanted to recognize our 3 amazing psychologists. Please take a moment to thank them for all they do for our students and families.
25 days ago, Thomas Long
Psych Week
The week of November 13th is Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. To bring awareness, the Annville-Cleona School District will participate in a Food Drive for the Caring Cupboard! The Caring Cupboard is a local organization that supports individuals and families with food insecurities in the Palmyra and Annville-Cleona communities. You may send in donations with your child starting Monday, November 13 until Friday, November 17! We look forward to giving back to our community!
27 days ago, Carolyn Richards
food drive
Today our 7th grade students enjoyed giving back to their community. Our "Make a Difference Monday" event allowed students to help clean up and spread mulch at Quitte Park. Another group of 7th graders ventured out into the community to rake leaves.
28 days ago, Kevin Brindle