• Activities & Events

    For more information about community events listed here, contact Amy Wissinger, (717) 389-1810, or awissinger@clsd.k12.pa.us

    Cornwall-Lebanon School District Calendar of Events

    The 2018-2019 CLSD Calendar of Events is mailed to all district student homes, as well as to all employees and CLSD Gold Card members with current addresses on file, in mid-August. Additional calendars are avaiable by request at the District office (105 E. Evergreen Rd.).

    Note: To view or download a one-page calendar of key dates when school is in session or closed for holidays or Act 80/professional development days, click here:

    Click here to view the Calendar of Key Dates for the 2018-19 school year

    Click on this link to view/download a pdf version of the 32-page Calendar of Events

    Planetarium Programs

    The Planetarium at Cedar Crest High School offers FREE programs throughout the school year. Daytime programs are reserved for senior citizens. Evening programs are intended for anyone of any age. Most shows are appropriate for elementary aged children and make for a great family activity. Reservations must be made at least one day in advance to ensure program and seating availability. Call (717) 272-2033, ext. 5412, to make a reservation. If the planetarium director, Rich Fried, is unavailable to answer your call due to teaching duties, please leave a message and phone number at which you may be reached.

    The Solar System: Take an interactive tour of the solar system while learning interesting facts about each of the eight planets, countless asteroids, comets, and dwarf planets in orbit around the Sun. Afterwards, compare the size of our Sun to the planets and to many of the stars you can see from Lebanon on a clear night. The results may surprise you!

    • Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019: 10:00–10:45 AM for Senior Citizens; 7:00–7:45 PM for the General Public   


    Special Added Presentation: Visit the CCHS digital planetarium Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 7:00 PM for a special presentation by Sky Hoffert, Cedar Crest graduate, NASA employee, and Solar System Ambassador. Sky will discuss how NASA and other organizations are looking for signs of past, present, and future life in our Solar System and beyond. This approximately 40-minute lecture utilizes imagery in the planetarium and is appropriate for children approximately 7+ years old. This event is free, but reservations must be made in advance to ensure program availability. Please contact Rich Fried at 717-272-2033 x5412 at least one day prior to the event. If Rich is unavailable to answer your call due to teaching duties, please leave a message and phone number at which you may be reached to confirm that seats are still available.


    Double Movie Feature: Astronaut and Black Holes: Visit the CCHS Digital Planetarium to experience our two most current 360˚ Full Dome Videos. "Astronaut" is appropriate for audiences of all ages. Learn about some of the training astronauts must complete and the effects space travel has on the human body. Lastly, meet “Chad,” our unwilling test astronaut, as he experiences some of these dangers firsthand! The second video selection, "Black Holes: Other Side of Infinity," is appropriate for ages 8+ (although the content may be more challenging for young audiences). Be dazzled with immersive animations of the formation of the early universe, star birth and death, the collision of giant galaxies, and a simulated flight to the supermassive black hole lurking at the center of our own Milky Way Galaxy. Have young children? No worries – each video is only 25 minutes long. Come for the first one or stay for both!

    • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019: 10:00–10:45 AM for Senior Citizens
    • Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019: 7:00 – 8:00 PM for the General Public  


    Constellations of the Spring & Summer Sky: Take a tour of the spring and early summer night sky inside of the CCHS digital planetarium. In this family friendly event, instructor Rich Fried will lead a 45-minute program where he shares constellation stories about the brightest constellations in the spring and early summer night sky. The program will conclude with an opportunity to ask questions or to observe other interesting objects in the current night sky.

    • Thursday, March 28, 2019: 10:00–10:45 AM for Senior Citizens; 7:00–7:45 PM for the General Public

    John W. Davis Natatorium

    Click here to view the Aquatics Schedule (located on the Aquatics Schedule link under Communty tab). Directions to the building and seasonal swim brochures are also accessible via this link.
    PLEASE NOTE: The pool calendars are subject to change due to additions or deletions of items and maintenance in the building and the pool. Please check this page for any such change postings.
    Lap & Open Swims: The John W. Davis Natatorium at Cedar Crest High School is available to district residents for lap and recreational open swims when not in use by school groups. Refer to the pool schedule for days and times. A lap lane will be available during recreational swimming.

    Children/students under the age of 16 MUST be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult!

    Pool Fees: Fee for use is payable to attendant upon entering pool area. CCHS Athletic Passes are no longer accepted for admittance to the pool:

    • $5.00 per adult swimmer 
    • $3.00 per student
    • Maximum $12.00 per family, defined as one or two adults and children
    • FREE to preschool children; CLSD employees presenting valid ID badges; and district residents with CLSD Gold Cards.*

    Frequent swimmer? Consider purchasing a Pool Pass!: See Lifeguard to purchase a Pool Pass for $50/ person for a year (school year); or $25/ person for summer pass*CLSD Gold Card: Free to District residents age 65+. Please present your ID at the District Office to register for your free card.


    Water Fitness (Aquasize): A great way to exercise with less stress on your joints! There may be days of the week Aquasize will be altered to accommodate the weekly schedule. Water Fitness classes will return in the fall!

    If you have any questions contact Chris Seldomridge at cseldomridge@clsd.k12.pa.us.

                  *Please note that if the school district is closed, the pool is also closed.


    Do you have your CLSD Gold Card?

    If you are 65 years of age or older and a resident of the district, you are eligible for a CLSD Gold Card designed especially for our senior citizens! This card entitles you to one admission (for yourself, only) to all District-sponsored activities free of charge, including home sporting events, concerts and plays. Gold Card members also receive a printed copy of the CLSD Calendar of Events each year in August. If you already have a Gold Card but have moved since the time you registered for it, please stop by the district office at 105 E. Evergreen Rd. to update your information.

    CLSD Gold Cards are non-transferable. To pick up your CLSD Gold Card, stop in to the district office between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., weekdays, by showing proof of age and district residency. They also may be available in the lobby prior to special CLSD Gold Card events. Note: Reservations still are required for tickets to reserved seating events.