Pittsford Area Schools

Emphasizing Education For Over 150 Years

  • 2021-22 School Year

    District Wide Open House

    August 19, 2021; 4:00-6:00 PM: There will be a district wide open house.  We are ready and looking forward to seeing students, parents and community members.

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  • Students Return to School

    August 24, 2021:  Students & Staff return to school after summer break.

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  • Labor Day Holiday

    September 3 and September 6: No school due to the Labor Day holiday

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  • Fair Day

    September 27: Fair Day; no school

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  • Picture Day

    October 6: Picture Day. Paperwork will go home with students ahead of this date. 

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  • Picture Retakes

    November 15 is picture retakes.

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  • Smiles on Wheels; Fall

    November 15-19: Smiles on Wheels dental health program will take place for all students grades K-12. Paperwork will be sent home with students ahead of time.

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  • Thanksgiving Break

    November 26-26: No school; Thanksgiving Break

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  • Holiday Break

    Dec. 20-31: Holiday Break: No school

    January 3: School resumes

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  •  Martin Luther King Day

    January 17: No school for students; Professional Development for teachers

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  • No School for Students

    February 21::  No school for students; PD (professional development) for teachers

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  • Spring Break

    April 4-8:  Spring Break.  No school.  

    April 11: Classes resume 

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  • No School; Good Friday

    April 15:  Good Friday.  No school

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  • Smiles on Wheels; Spring

    May 20m 23, 24 & 25: Smiles on Wheels dental health program will take place for all students grades K-12. Paperwork will be sent home with students ahead of time.

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  • Memorial Day

    May 30: No School; Memorial Day

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  • Last Day of School 2021-22 School Year

    June 3: Last day of school without makeup.  Dismissal 11:10 am

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  • Pittsford Area Schools
    9304 Hamilton Pittsford, MI 49271 517.523.3481

    Superintendent: Mrs. Deanna Edens; deanna.edens@pittsfordk12.org
     Human Resources-Accounts Payable-Administrative Assistant Superintendent's office:
    Mrs. Regina Warner X 6317 regina.warner@pittsfordk12.org 
    Business Manager:  Greg Mallar; ext. 6302 Greg.Mallar@pittsfordk12.org
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  • Head Start/Early Head Start Application Info
    Head Start Info
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  • Pittsford Schools Extended Covid-19 Learning Plan

    On August 20, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed House Bill 5913 into law as Public Act 149.  Section 98a states that in order to receive state aid for 2020-2021, districts must provide for instruction under an extended COVID-19 Learning Plan (“Plan”) that has been approved by an intermediate district or authorizing body.  The Plan does not replace the District’s/PSA’s COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan, it is an additional plan that includes new assurances and sections on educational goals, instructional delivery, grading, and equitable access.  PA 149 does not apply to districts that operate as a cyber school. 

    Please follow this link to read the plan in its entirety

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  • A Letter from the Superintendent to Pittsford Families

    August 3, 2020

    Hello Wildcat Families! 

    As our committee continues to develop our Back to School Plan for this fall, we wanted to provide you with an update. Please keep in mind that we are still working our way through the plan based on current Executive Orders and law which could both change suddenly and force us to modify our plans. We anticipate we will have our finalized Back to School Plan by next week. This school year is sure to require flexibility as we all work through an ever-changing environment. Our goal is to create the best plan we can which will allow for a high-quality education while keeping our students and staff safe. 

    Student Learning: Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-142 provides a structure to support all schools in Michigan as they plan for a return of pre-K-12 education in the fall. Under the order, school districts must adopt a COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan laying out how they will cope with the disease across the various phases of the Michigan Safe Start Plan. One of the directions given to us by the Governor is to create a system, which allows for a quick shift from in-person instruction to online instruction in case our region is moved to Phase 1-3. We are also aware for many families, there is a desire to utilize a remote format at this time. Therefore, we are going to offer two options: in-person and remote. Our teachers will work to create their lessons so that, regardless of which option chosen, students will be receiving a similar curriculum. If we are still in Phase 4 or Phase 5, we will offer both the remote and in-person instruction.


    Unknowns: Like you, we are also wondering what is going to happen over the next few weeks. Will the current orders change? Will the legislature change the rules regarding online learning, pupil accounting, instructional hour requirements, seat-time requirements, and more? The good news is most of the policy/legal issues should be resolved soon, which will give us enough time to be ready for our first day of school. 

    On behalf of our committee, thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through this complicated process. As more of our requirements become clarified and our plan develops more, we will share those details with you.

    Please take a moment to complete the following survey by August 10th to help us better prepare for the upcoming school year. 


     Thank you,

    Deanna Edens


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