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Who we are...
The Donegal School District is comprised of three unique communities: Marietta, Maytown and Mount Joy. While each community has its own special characteristics, when the three become one, an even stronger community exists. This is the Donegal School District.

Our school community takes great pride in our students and their accomplishments. It is through a high level of cooperation and collaboration that we are able to take three and become one. It matters not from where you come, once you get here, you understand the strength in being Donegal Proud!

The Donegal School District is a member of Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit (IU) 13. The district operates one high school, one junior high school and two elementary schools.

Donegal High School
Donegal Junior High School
Donegal Intermediate School
Donegal Primary School
MOUNT JOY WEATHER
Vision Statement
The Donegal School District will actively engage all segments of the community to provide a well articulated curriculum that results in high achievement for all students from early childhood through secondary. Quality facilities and learning resources will be supported while maintaining fiscal soundness and promoting positive morale.
State Require Continuity of Education Plan
Compulsory attendance age change
As your district of residence, we wanted to inform you that compulsory attendance laws have changed, beginning with the 2020-2021 school year. Previously, age 8 was the compulsory attendance age. The law now mandates age 6 as the compulsory attendance age. Regardless of where you plan on sending your child to school, any child who is turning 6 on or before September 1, 2020, must be enrolled in a school.

If you are in need of further assistance, please contact your child’s school or the Donegal School District Registrar at 717-492-1338.
Mission Statement
Developing each learner as a productive citizen who thoughtfully meets personal, community, and global challenges.
Our District

Donegal Power Packs

13 days ago


The Donegal Power Packs Project will again distribute food packs from the Primary and Intermediate buildings on Thursdays, at the end of the school day, during the 2017-18 term.  Enrolled students can pick up their pack which contains a helpful tip sheet, a recipe and the main ingredients to make that meal.  Students MUST submit a new form each school year to participate.  Enrollment packets will be sent home with students the first week of school. 
This non-profit, community run project is in need of additional volunteers.  This valuable project NEEDS YOU to be successful.  Follow us on Facebook, “Power Packs Project-Donegal Affiliate”, for additional information, or contact the team by email at donegalpowerpacks@gmail.com.  You can also find our information at www.donegalfoundation.org