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On November 21 in Mr. Rod Beaton’s 9th grade social studies class, students received a rare opportunity to view firsthand, artifacts from WWI, which included a diary, Bible, dog tags, bracelet, post cards, newsletters and a personal letter signed by General John J. Pershing (http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/john-j-pershing). The historic artifacts belonged to Officer Charles St. Andrews, who is the great uncle of April Woods, our assistant principal at the high school. It was so rewarding to see our students get so excited and engaged in learning about our nations history.

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Farley Hill Elementary third graders  assembled “Snack Bags for Veterans” to help supply homeless veterans at the VA hospital in Ann Arbor with snacks. The excited students separated into two groups, the first group stood in line picking out what food items they wanted to include in their bag for the veterans. The second group got busy making cards, thanking the veterans for their service towards the country. The two groups swapped places until all the bags were filled and all the food was utilized. This project was made possible due to the generous donations of parents from Farley Hill Elementary.  “It makes me feel good because you’re helping someone who does not have food” said one student. Another third grader said, “We are helping them by giving them stuff that they need because they served our country”.  The third graders helped set an awesome example for all of Farley Hill and the Pinckney School District by partaking in such a helpful and generous service project.

Robotics Award

Pinckney’s Robotic Program was once again honored on November 18th at the Livingston County Economic Development meeting as a leader in talent innovation. Pinckney was the only school being recognized at the event, as we were among the county’s business and political leaders. The word is now starting to get out among the business community that Pinckney High School is producing some of the most talented, skilled and confident interns/employees that are so desperately needed in today’s 21st century economic world. Congratulations to Sean Hickman, along with all our staff who continue to provide such awesome learning opportunities for our students. Proudly Pinckney!

Ambassadors Photo

PCS Brochure Download LinkWelcome to Pinckney Community Schools!

If you are interested in a school tour or have questions about our school district or area consider meeting with one of our Ambassadors. The PCS Ambassadors are made up of parents and teachers from the district who know the schools and the area of Pinckney well. Members include School of Choice families, those who have transitioned from parochial/private schools and have hosted exchange students.

These Ambassadors are available for school tours and to answer any questions new families to the school district might have.

If you are new to the area or are considering Pinckney Community Schools please contact one of our schools today for a tour and a chance to meet with a PCS Ambassador.

Country Elementary (K-3) – 810-225-6600

Farley Hill Elementary (K-3) – 810-225-6400

Navigator Upper Elementary (4 – 6) – 810-225-5300

Pathfinder (7 & 8) - 810–225-5200

Pinckney High School and New Tech (9 – 12) - 810-225-5500



Back row L to R: Michelle Ott, Suzanne O'Keefe, Poppy Elliott, Kristyn Madgwick, Ann Ruhman, Karen Girard
Front row L to R: Heather R. Menosky, Dawn Keith, and Deb Reynolds
Not pictured : Mandy Legowsky

Farley Scare

Farley Hill Elementary School in Pinckney is hosting the 1st Annual Halloween Canned Food Drive to benefit the community food pantry located at Farley Hill. The food drive began Monday, October 13th and will continue through Halloween. Each grade level will be collecting non-perishable food items. Kindergarten is collecting breakfast foods, First Grade will be collecting lunch foods, Second Grade will be collecting dinner foods, and Third Grade will be collecting snacks. Our staff is collecting personal care and household items. Food donations are always welcome and can be dropped off at the school office any time between 8:00AM and 4:30PM.

Halloween Bags

Students in Ms. Scott & Mrs. Simpson's classes pledged to donate 1/4 of their Halloween candy to the Farley Hill food pantry.  They decorated bags with fall themes for needy families in our community. Overall they donated 89 pounds of candy!!

Bryanna Abby And Jakes Poster

Navigator Upper Elementary's 6th Grade Team Courage recognized first responders from our community in October by  sharing their cards of thanks, posters, and  a rap song to honor our local heroes.  The honorees which included fire-fighters, law enforcement officials, and EMTs were treated to  cider and donuts, while they watched a short video of thanks.  The idea for creating the video came about after a classroom discussion about 9/11.  Students wanted to celebrate the dedication of our local first responders.  The video was created by the students and their  teacher Mrs. Simon.  The event concluded with a few fun and safe Halloween experiments demonstrated by Mrs. Dewey and Mrs. Simon, with  the help of their students.