Pittsford Area Schools

Emphasizing Education For Over 150 Years

  •  Band Concert

    The Christmas Band Concert (grades 6-12) will be December 20th at 7 p.m in the big gym. 

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  •  Santa's Secret Workshop

    December 17-21:  From 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Located in the north portable.

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  • Holiday Break

    Dec. 24-Jan. 4: Holiday Break: No school

    January 7: School resumes

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  • No School: Martin Luther King Day

    January 21: No school for students; Professional Development for teachers

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  • No School

    February 15: No School

    February 18: No School President's Day   

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  • No School for Students

    March 11::  No school for students; PD (professional development) for teachers

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  • Spring Break

    April 1-5:  Spring Break.  No school.  

    April 8: Classes resume 

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  • No School; Good Friday

    April 19:  Good Friday.  No school

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  • Graduation

    May 19:  Graduation

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  • Memorial Day

    May 27: Memorial Day No school.

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  • Last Day of School

    June 6: Last day of school without makeup.  Dismissal 11:10 am

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  • 2018-19 Board Meetings

    Regular board meetings will be held on the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Board of Education Community Room. Exception being January and February, which will be held on the second Monday as a result of Martin Luther King Day and President’s Day.

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  • Pittsford Area Schools
    9304 Hamilton Pittsford, MI
    49271 517.523.3481
    Superintendent:  Mrs. Deanna Edens; deanna.edens@pittsfordk12.org
    Administrative Asst.: Ms. Regina Henderson
    Business Manager:  Greg Mallar; ext. 302 Greg.Mallar@pittsfordk12.org
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  • Due to Illness, School Will Be Closed Friday, December 14

    December 13, 2018

     Dear Parents/Guardians,

    Our staff members have worked diligently to sanitize our school and take care of our students. Unfortunately, illnesses are still continuing to spread across our district.

    After consulting with the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency, school will be closed on Friday, December 14. During this time our staff members will be disinfecting all areas again. This will provide a clean environment for the students to return on Monday, December 17.

    Please do not send your child back to school or to any school function if they are vomiting, experiencing diarrhea, or if they have been running a fever. Students should not return to school until they have been clear of any of these symptoms for 48 hours.

    We would also request that if possible, you wash/sanitize any belongings that are regularly used such as coats, gloves, hoodies, backpacks, school materials, etc. Please emphasize the importance of regular hand washing with soap and warm water. As always, thank you for your continued support.


    For further information, please see this letter from the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency


    Deanna Edens, Superintendent

    Pittsford Area Schools



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  • Pittsford Welcomes School of Choice Students

    We are accepting applications from December 7-21, and welcoming School of Choice students for grades K-12.  Click to Download the application and fill out at home (if that's more convenient). To enroll: contact Mrs. Schmidt (517.523.3481 X 300) in the Elementary office or Mrs. Wilson in the MS/HS office (517.523.3481 X 100).

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  • Concession Sign-Up

    Booster Club needs our help.  If we want to have concessions at sporting events, the concessions have to be staffed.  Here's an easy way to sign up to help:  Concession Sign-Up

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  • School Safety

    Pittsford Area Schools has recently upgraded the existing security system.  We have installed security cameras throughout the school as well as new locking systems on all of our exterior doors.  These doors will be locked during the day, except certain times when student traffic is the heaviest.  Moving forward for the 2018-2019 school year, all visitors during the day will be reporting to the high school office doors (by the white pillars) to be ok'd for entry.   These measures are part of our continuing efforts to keep your children safe while they are at our district.

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