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  • 2023/2024 CMS Yearbooks for sale!

    Posted by Kristy Mack on 6/13/2024 4:00:00 PM

    Don't be too late to get your CMS yearbook! If you did not order a yearbook, the CMS office has additional yearbooks for sale while supplies last.

    Yearbooks are $25 each. Please contact the school secretary, Kristy Mack, at 717-898-5580 or if you are interested.

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  • Hempfield Girls Youth Basketball Camp

    Posted by Kelly Burkholder on 6/10/2024 8:00:00 AM

    Girls entering grades 2-8 are invited to attend the Hempfield Youth Basketball Camp, run by Hempfield Girls High School coaches and assisted by JV/Varsity players. The camp is designed for young athletes who want to develop their basketball skills in a fun and supportive environment. 

    The camp runs Tuesday, July 16 - Thursday, July 18 from 5-8 p.m. in Buchanan Gym at HHS. 

    Registration and payment is through Hempfield Rec: 

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  • Important Message from Medical Professionals in Our Community

    Posted by Kelly Burkholder on 6/6/2024 11:00:00 AM

    Recently, we have become aware that there are robust social media platforms encouraging teenagers and young adults to participate in cliff jumping or cliff diving. This is an extremely dangerous activity as serious injuries regularly occur because of the height of the fall into the water. Many people think jumping into water would not hurt but based on the surface tension of water, jumping from high distances can mimic a landing on concrete.

    Here in Lancaster County, there have been drownings related to cliff jumping or diving. There is nothing remotely safe about cliff jumping or diving into the Susquehanna River. Most areas require trespassing on private land and crossing very active train tracks. The height of the cliffs can be 30 feet or higher. The Susquehanna River has wide variations in depth due to the presence of a hydroelectric dam. There are also many submerged objects to strike or get trapped in when diving, which can lead to serious injury and death. The water temperature in early summer can be deceptively colder than the external environment, leading to severe physical impairment and hypothermia.

    Please help pass this information on to keep the members of our community safe.

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  • Hempfield Foundation To Continue Lancaster Golf Excitement with its 2024 Tournament on June 7!

    Posted by Kyle Gamble on 5/30/2024 1:00:00 PM

    This is a final reminder that the Hempfield Foundation will hold its 2024 Golf Tournament on Friday, June 7 at Four Seasons Golf Club. The event begins at 11:30 AM with registration and lunch, followed by a 1:00 PM start. There will be multiple skill prizes and a brief reception will follow the event. Individual golfers are $125 (active employees of the Hempfield School District are $100). Single hole sponsorships are $250.  For more information about the tournament, to register as a player or hole sponsor, or to learn more about annual partnerships with the Foundation, please see the organization’s website, or email the Foundation at Proceeds from the tournament support the Foundation’s teacher grant and scholarship programs. For the 2023-2024 school year, the Foundation awarded nearly $80,000 in grants to HSD staff and $28,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors.


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  • FREE Athletic Physicals

    Posted by Kelly Burkholder on 5/29/2024 9:00:00 AM
    Physicals will be held on June 3 for boys and June 4 for girls in the Franklin Gym. Times for each day are as follows for students:
    • 5:30 pm incoming 12th and 11th grade
    • 6:30 pm incoming 10th and 9th grade
    • 7:30 pm incoming 8th and 7th grade
    Athletes must bring section 5 (completed) and section 6 of the PIAA physical forms with them. Forms can be located here:
    Any questions regarding physicals, please email
    OAL Physicals
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