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    • Piedmont Community Hall, Lower Level, 711 Highland Avenue
      Tiddlywinks: Caterpillars (18–23 Months)
      Tiddlywinks: Butterflies (2 Years)
      Pre-K (4–5 Years)


    • 801 Magnolia East Wing, 801 Magnolia Avenue*
      Hillside Playschool (3–5 Years)


    • Wildwood Schoolmates Building, 301 Wildwood Avenue*
      Skipping Stones (3–5 Years)


    • Piedmont Recreation Department, 358 Hillside Avenue*
      2023/2024 School Year: Skipping Stones (3–5 Years)


    • *Due to the construction schedule of the Piedmont Community Pool, these programs have temporarily relocated.


    • The Piedmont Unified School District offers both a Traditional  Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten program. Students must be five years old by September 1 to enroll in traditional Kindergarten.   Senate Bill 1381 also created a Transitional Kindergarten (TK) for all  public elementary schools. Transitional Kindergarten is the first year of a  two-year kindergarten program. Register here.

  • ​SCHOOL BOARD: Attending school board meetings is a great way to learn about and engage in the major decisions and initiatives happening in Piedmont schools.

    • Meetings are generally on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm at City Hall, 120 Vista Avenue. Meetings are in-person and on zoom.

    • You can find upcoming meeting agendas, the zoom link and past meeting notes hereThe meeting schedule for the year is here


    • After School Enrichment (ASE): In-person one-off after school sessions available on-site at each PUSD Elementary School. Sessions are once a week for 75-minute on topics such as art, cooking, dance, chess, coding, fitness and more, all while being a fundraiser for parent clubs. Classes start in September - sign ups here: HavensBeachWildwood

    • Piedmont High School Athletics: Dedicated staff of coaches and administrators committed to creating a positive coaching experience for Piedmont student athletes and their endless commitment and efforts show up on the field, hardwoods and diamonds across our Piedmont community.

    • Piedmont Language School (PLS):  PLS offers Spanish and Mandarin language classes with learning through games, songs, stories, and art projects. Classes are offered before and after school several times a week. Registration here

    • Piedmont Makers: Piedmont Makers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to Support & Inspire K-12 S.T.E.A.M. education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts/Design, and Math) in Piedmont, CA & beyond.

    • Piedmont Recreation Department: Our community's Rec Dept offers a variety of classes for all ages. Get the latest info here.

    • Schoolmates: Open weekdays 2:00 - 6:00 pm and offers a variety of play-based programs for all students (grades K-5). Located onsite at each of the three PUSD Elementary Schools. Registration spaces are limited. Contact the Piedmont Recreation Department for questions regarding sign ups.  


    • Piedmont Adult School: Piedmont Adult School  is a non-competitive adult learning environment dedicated to providing flexible instruction that responds to the diverse needs, interests and learning goals of its students.  Aligned with our value of service to community,  Piedmont Adult School  provides educational opportunities to  self-motivated learners from the East Bay and beyond. 

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