About the Pittsford School District
Centralized in 1946, the Pittsford Central School District is one of the top school districts in the county, the state and the nation. The 30 square miles that comprise the school district include portions of the towns of Pittsford, Perinton, Penfield, Victor, Mendon and Brighton. The district's programs, staff and curriculum are considered among the best available in schools anywhere.
More than 1,150 employees including teachers, administrators, and support staff provide quality services for an enrollment of approximately 5,700 students in nine school buildings.
Mission, Core Values, and Vision Statement support Strategic Initiative
Thanks to the commitment and contributions of hundreds of stakeholders, important guideposts have been developed, and the result of this collaborative work is a set of reliable, steadfast, unwavering tools that gently remind us of what our District cherishes most (Values), why our District exists (Mission), and where we want our District to be (Vision).
PCSD’s strategic initiatives continue to be evaluated through the 2019-2020 school year.
PCSD Mission Statement
Why our District exists
The Pittsford Central School District community works collaboratively to inspire and prepare our students to be their best, do their best and make a difference in the lives of others.
PCSD Core Values
What our District cherishes most
- Student Centered
- Supportive Environment for All
- Continuous Improvement
PCSD Vision Statement
Where we want our District to be
Pittsford Central School District will be the leader in realizing the promise of public education. We will design a transformational partnership among students, families, professionals, and community, based upon a new definition of success for all:
Our students will navigate a journey of self-discovery, leading them to overcome obstacles, pursue balance and wellness, and personalize their education. They will recognize challenges as opportunities for learning and accomplishment. They will have the skills and competence necessary to understand and thrive in a diverse, global society. During and after their time with us, they will be independent, healthy, resilient, and compassionate contributors to our community and beyond.
Our staff will model the joy of learning. The environment of support and collegiality will make our district a magnet for passionate educators. Instead of categorizing students to fit into current structures, we will design systems to meet student needs.
Our families and community will be welcomed and engaged in educational experiences that dissolve the lines between business, society, and schools. Students will not only view adults as resources, but will themselves be recognized as resources to our community, matching their interests with opportunities to create solutions for real needs.
When this vision is realized, every Pittsford student will have access to personalized opportunities, and acquire skills necessary to meet their potential and fulfill their dreams.