October 2019

September 2019

  •  Superintendent Michael Pero

    A Message from Superintendent Pero: Cultural Proficiency

    We share the belief with national experts that investing in people and professional learning is the best strategy for school improvement, and that only by building internal capacity and coherence, can long-term change be accomplished, and improvement sustained. Our intent with securing national experts, Generation Ready, is to build our internal capacity in a manner that can be cascaded throughout all nine buildings and other departments such as transportation, athletics and food service.

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  •  Pittsford Schools logo

    BOARD INSIGHT: What a story we have to tell at Pittsford Schools!

    The prologue to our story can begin no other way than by extending our most sincere thanks for your continued support of our District’s efforts. Every ounce of energy we invest is devoted to what’s best for all our kids and our community. Your nearly 80% “yes” vote tally on the 2019-2020 budget sits among the highest since 1953, with more than 3,500 votes cast. As a community, you place tremendous value on education; you hold us and our District to a high, fair standard. And, it remains both our commission and our honor to serve.

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  •  Two students at the Mendon Center Elementary School Welcome Back Picnic

    VIDEOS: Welcome Back to School!

    The 2019-20 School Year is in full swing, and we couldn’t be happier...

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  •  Board of Education President Amy Thomas speaking at 2019 Opening Day

    All Staff Opening Day

    The 2019 All-Staff Opening Day event was held on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. The theme of Superintendent Pero’s Opening Day address was...

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  • Football players at the 2018 homecoming football game

    Join Us for Homecoming 2019!

    Mark your calendar for Homecoming and all the fun leading up to and after the big game!

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August 2019

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  • Superintendent Pero's eNewsletter highlights important initiatives occurring throughout the school year. "Communicating in a timely and efficient manner is imperative in this day and age where advances in technology have raised the expectation of information being shared and received in real time," said Superintendent Michael Pero. "I'm really excited about connecting with the PCSD community in this way. There are so many wonderful things occurring throughout the District, and this is just one more way to share information with community members."

    The eNewsletter is produced monthly and shared with the community via email, the website and links from Twitter and Facebook. Parents and guardians with children enrolled in PCSD schools and staff members will automatically receive the Superintendent's eNewsletter. If you do not have children enrolled in school, and are not a staff member, you may subscribe at the following link:  SUBSCRIBE