News and Stories
PUSD and City of Piedmont have posted new information regarding traffic and parking around Witter Field.
Retiring staff honored. New MHS Principal named.
Longtime PHS Assistant Principal moving across campus to lead Millennium High School.
Arthur Hecht Volunteer of the Year Award winner, Dave Ragones, honored by Board.
The May edition of PUSD's online newsletter 'Piedmont Ahead' is now posted.
PUSD's STEAM Building and Alan Harvey Theater Project earn an Award of Merit.
New Wildwood Elementary Principal named. Title IX & LCAP updates.
PUSD Board unanimously approves appointment of Melissa Daymond as new Principal of Wildwood Elementary.
Dr. Evans looks toward the end of the school year in his monthly message.
PUSD high schools closed out Diversity Week with return of 'I am Here' Assembly April 7.
Bird Calling Contest results & Arthur Hecht Volunteer of the Year Award winner.
The Highlander Robotics Team is headed to Houston to compete in the FIRST Robotics World Championships.
Student Board Member election process and Gun Safety Resolution.
Congratulations to the top-three finishers in the 54th-annual Piedmont Bird Calling Contest
PUSD is proud to announce Dave Ragones as its recipient of the 2023 Arthur Hecht Volunteer of the Year Award.
PUSD names 2023 Arthur Hecht Volunteer of the Year Award winner.
The March edition of PUSD's online newsletter 'Piedmont Ahead' is now available.
Dr. Evans discusses PUSD's next Superintendent and budget challenges.
New Superintendent named, LCAP Goal #3 presentation & Second Interim Financial Report.
After a nationwide search and extensive community engagement, the Piedmont Board of Education has selected Dr. Jennifer Hawn to serve as the District’s next Superintendent.
Award honors Latinx students who excel in the classroom and community.
Three PHS teams won NCS Championships on Saturday, February 26.
PUSD is excited to debut its new website!
Dyslexia presentation, Black History Month Resolution & safe school plans highlight agenda.
Jazz Combos rated 'Superior.' PHS sophomore named to All-State Jazz Choir.
Piedmont High School senior, Jasper Zietlow, named a candidate in the 2023 Presidential Scholar Program.
Grant will be used for training and resources to prevent and address bias or prejudice toward any group of people.
Weekly case rate for staff and students
Dr. Evans addresses the rash of mass shootings in California and other issues in his monthly Superintendent's Message.
Ms. Cramer signing off on 35-year career with PUSD.
LCAP Goal #2 presentation, new Middle School health class, financial audit results.
PHS earned the College Board Female Diversity Award for high female representation in AP Computer Science courses.
Online tool helps schools and districts identify strengths and weaknesses.
Enrollment for the 2023-24 school year will open Wednesday, February 1.
Summary of January 11, 2023, meeting of the PUSD Board of Education.
Beach, Havens and Wildwood Elementary Schools were selected as California Distinguished Schools for 2023
Plan is developed with input of all Site Council stakeholders and reflects current educational needs of students.
December message from PUSD Interim Superintendent Evans.
Registration is now open for the Spring 2023 session of Piedmont Adult School. The session runs January 9 through May 30.
Piedmont students ranked first in the state for k-12
Summary of the post.
Grades 7-12 show improvement in percentage of students assessed as ‘advanced’ or ‘proficient.’
State rank of #2 in ELA and #3 in Math.
Piedmont High School senior, Jasper Zietlow, selected as National Merit Scholar Semifinalist.
The PUSD Wellness Center offers free, confidential counseling on the PHS and PMS campuses.
Photo gallery from the first day of the 2022-23 school year.