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“Students Come First” in the Piedmont Schools. Educators work hard to provide all students with a comprehensive, rigorous and relevant K-12 curriculum. Parent participation in classrooms, on fieldtrips, on boards and committees is very high. Residents demonstrate their commitment to education in a variety of ways, but most importantly, through a parcel tax contributing approximately $9.0 million, nearly one third of the district budget, yearly.

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Request for Proposal – Wireless Access Point Refresh

PUSD is requesting proposals to replace and upgrade existing wireless access points. See post for complete RFP.


Updated LCAP Attachment to June 9th Board Agenda

An attachment on the PUSD Board of Education June 9th Agenda as been updated as follows: IX.C. Conduct First Public Hearing: 2021-2024 Local Control Accountability Plan Review:  Attachment 3. LCAP 2021-22


School Starts August 10th, 2021

The calendar for the 2021-2022 school year is available.  The first day of school is Tuesday, August 10th.  The district intends for all schools to resume in-person, full capacity with pre-covid19 schedules.  


Ken Li Honored with the 2021 Arthur Hecht Volunteer of the Year Award

Ken Li, Piedmont Community Service Crew founder and adviser, was presented with this year’s Arthur Hecht Volunteer of the Year Award


Board of Education Affirms Commitment to Racial Justice

In a Statement given at the April 28th Piedmont Unified School District Board of Education meeting, Board President Cory Smegal affirmed the District’s commitment to Racial Justice: Board of Education Statement    


A Message From Superintendent Booker – Commitment to Racial Justice

April 23, 2021 Dear Piedmont Students, Staff, Parents, and Community, We are living in an extraordinary time that holds the promise of breaking down barriers and creating, finally, a world that is safe and just for people of all races and backgrounds. Our students, in many ways, are role models for this work. They have […]


Learning Continuity Plan

Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan  


“Piedmont Ahead” Newsletter Edition 2

View the Piedmont Ahead newsletter!


2021-22 Enrollment Now Open!

Any children not currently enrolled who wish to attend Piedmont Schools next year will need to complete an enrollment application so we can plan a space for them next year.


PUSD Covid-19 Safety Plan

The PUSD Covid-19 Safety Plan is now available for viewing. PUSD COVID-19 Safety Plan        


Superintendent Letter Re Update to Reopening and Timeline

Updates on Return to In-Person Learning and possible elementary timeline.


Update on Return to In-Person Learning – January 25, 2021

Dear Piedmont Families, Many parents, including me, are frustrated with the continuing uncertainty about when our children will be able to return to school. As you are probably aware, the Governor’s Safe Schools for All Plan adds new requirements that must be in place in order for students to come back.


Revised PUSD School Reopening Plan

PUSD School Reopening Plan for COVID-19 processes and protocols needed to address an in-person learning environment


Superintendent Presents 2020-21 Distance Learning Components

The 2020-21 Distance Learning Components were presented to the Board of Education at a Special Board Meeting held on August 5, 2020.


Face Coverings MUST be Worn on PUSD Facilities, Including Witter Field

Face Coverings Must Be Worn at All Times, Including When Active Outdoors at Witter Field


Board Approves Instructional Calendars for 2020-21 and 2021-22

The Board of Education approved the Instructional Calendars for 2020-21 and 2021-22 at the December 11, 2019 Board of Education Meeting. The Instructional Calendars are posted on our website.  


How to Support Piedmont Schools

The District depends upon parents to work in partnership with the schools towards its mission to develop independent learners. The process of guiding, educating, and cultivating independent learners takes many years. Parents can help the schools in a great variety of ways. MORE »

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