Pittsville School District

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The Pittsville School District is a small rural school district in Pittsville in Wood County, Wisconsin.

The Pittsville School District covers an area of over 440 square miles (1,100 km2), and supports a student population of about 750. It is administered by a district superintendent and overseen by a five-member school board. Other administrative staff include an elementary school principal, a high school principal, a business manager, a school psychologist, a technology coordinator, and a building and grounds supervisor. The school system is housed in two buildings: an elementary school and a high school. Within the elementary school is a junior high, middle school and primary school.[1]


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