Message from the School Board President

The York Suburban School Board is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Larry R. Redding as Acting Superintendent at its meeting on Monday, October 9, 2017. Dr. Redding will provide senior leadership to the district through the remainder of this school year, or until the hiring of a permanent Superintendent. The Board intends to name a permanent superintendent by spring of 2018 and anticipates that he or she will begin work no later than July 1, 2018.

Dr. Redding retired as the Superintendent of the Gettysburg Area School District in June 2017 after serving 40 years in public education in Pennsylvania. He also served as the Assistant Superintendent and Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction at Gettysburg, as well as a high school principal, assistant principal and teacher at other districts in Central Pennsylvania.

Dr. Redding earned his doctoral degree from Widener University, master’s degree from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College), and bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania State University. He has been active in the Chamber of Commerce and other community organizations in Adams County. His personal hobbies include his love of running, recently completing his 25th marathon this past weekend.

Please give Dr. Redding a warm York Suburban welcome when you have the opportunity to meet him. I’m sure he will be spotted eating lunch with students in one of our cafeterias, as he’s been known to do so during his career as a school leader and mentor.



Lynne A. Leopold-Sharp, President

York Suburban School Board