Central York's Cyber Café is a "great success," drawing 25-50 students each day, officials said.
Central York School District has offered students the opportunity to stay after school and hang out in the Cyber Café for about a year now.
Assistant superintendent for instruction Rick Byrd told the school board he considers the program a "great success."
The facility is open 2:30-7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the high school, and in the last six weeks, the district has opened the café to middle school students and has also introduced some snack offerings, which are being provided by the Future Business Leaders of Tomorrow.
Many of the students who stay are using technology they do not have at home, said Byrd.
Byrd told the board in the future he would like to see the café open to the public and perhaps also provide some Friday hours.
"Many students would like to see the café open during home football games," Byrd said.