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Journey Map Installation

Journey Map Installation & Exhibition Night



Exhibition Night!

 

Exhibition Night

Pittsfield School District invites you to join us for a presentation of students’ work.  Please come tour the classrooms and help us celebrate the learning.  We will be unveiling the new Journey Map at PMHS!   Light refreshments will be served in both buildings.  We look forward to seeing you there!



Election Results

2015 Town and School election results



Meeting Notice

March 12, 2015, Meeting Notice



Notice of Public Hearing

Public Hearing, February 5, 2015



Drake Field Proposed Playground Community Forum

Please join us Thursday, February 5, 2015, at Pittsfield Middle High School, beginning at 5:45 p.m. to hear about proposed plans for the playground at Drake’s Field.



Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballots will be sent out as soon as they are available to voters who request them.  Please use the forms below to apply for your absentee ballot.

Absentee Ballot Application – School Election

Absentee Ballot Application – Town Election



Public Hearing

December 18, 2014, Public Hearing



Enterovirus D68 Information for Parents

Please see the following information from the CDC regarding Enterovirus D68.

What Parents Need to Know about Enterovirus D68

General Enterovirus D68 Q & A

Infographic: Keep Your Child from Getting and Spreading Enterovirus D68

 

 



Thanks for Support from the Pittsfield School Board

Our Pittsfield School Board extends its most sincere thanks to the many, many supporters who voted for the Board in the recent Nellie Mae Education Foundation competition for the Larry O’Toole Award.  Thought the Pittsfield School Board did not win this all-New England competition, the strong support from Pittsfield and New Hampshire (and beyond) was very gratifying and most appreciated.

Our Board was honored to be the Foundation’s New Hampshire nominee for the 2014 O’Toole Award, and was the only school board to be so honored.  In addition to the Foundation’s recognition of our Board’s strong advocacy of student-centered learning, it will be providing the district with a $10,000 grant in honor of the Board’s commitment.