Front Row (L to R): Superintendent Dr. Ronald E. Dyer, Lauren L. Rock, Kristin L. Phillips-Hill, Sue A.
Heistand and Steve C. Bentzel.
Back Row (L to R): William A. Lytle, Ronald J. Blevins, Kenneth ("Butch") A. Potter, Jr., Donald E.
Jasmann, and Michael D. Noll, Jr.
The Dallastown Area Board of School Directors is comprised of nine directors representing their voting regions. Dallastown Area School District is divided into three regions:
Three directors are elected from each region serving four-year terms each. School board elections are held in alternate years (2009, 2011, 2013, etc.). The list below includes our current directors. Mr. Butch Potter is the President and Mr. Ronald Blevins is the Vice President.
When emailing the entire board, the President, or his/her designee, will respond on behalf of the board. Emails to individual board members are welcome; however, those responses cannot be representative of the entire board. For an understanding of the board members' authority, roles and limits, please follow this link to the district's Policy Manual and policies specifically related to Local Board Procedures.
The Dallastown Area Board of School Directors also welcomes you to its meetings. All meetings are open to the public so that citizens may observe business and formal actions of the board. We encourage comments and opinions during designated times on the board meeting agenda. Community participation will allow the district to maintain exceptional education programs for the students of the district.
Meetings are typically held the second and third Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the high school Theater Room. Meeting dates are noted on the district calendar, which can be accessed from the Home Page of our website. Board audio recordings are posted on the School Board tab of our Website within a few business days of the meeting. Board meeting minutes are posted after the next month's meeting at which they were approved.
Closed Executive Sessions may be held to discuss personnel matters, disputes involving court action, employee negotiations, disciplinary matters, or competitive bidding.