Pittsfield Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

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Pittsfield Office 734-997-1218

School Announcements

  • Family and Staff Meet and Greet!

    SAVE THE DATE:  Wednesday, August 30, 2017 5:30 - 6:30 PM
    WHAT:  Family and Staff Meet and Greet!
    WHERE:  On the Pittsfield Elementary Grounds
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  • Welcome to Pittsfield Elementary School 

    where nurturing the Pittsfield Elementary school community through 

    trust, respect, and communication leads to growth and excellence.”    

    ~Principal Shakarian


    We take pride in our…


    • blended learning where technology use is balanced with teacher-led, project-based and small group instruction


    • collaborative culture as teams work together toward student development


    • highly qualified staff who provide content-based learning and social / emotional development


    • productive, safe environment enhanced by Positive Behavior Intervention Support


    • student independence cultivated through Responsive Classroom strategies such as morning message, interactive modeling, closing circle


    • warm, welcoming school environment







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