Parent Hotline - Student or School Concerns/General Inquiry:For help with an educational, curriculum, classroom or discipline issue, contact your child's school Principal as the first step toward a resolution. View our School Directory listed by school for a phone number, address or Principal's name.If you and the Principal do not reach a solution, contact the Parent Hotline the Parent Hotline by phone 412-529-HELP (4357), email email@example.com or by submitting a ticket above on Let's Talk. The Parent Hotline operates from Monday through Friday, 6:30AM - 4:00PM. All contacts are logged by Parent Hotline staff and responses are provided within 48 hours.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Nine Line:Pouvez-vous parler français? 你會說中國 ¿Habla Espanol? Nǐ huì shuō zhōngguó Do you have questions about your child's progress in school? Do you have questions about your child's school? Call the Pittsburgh Public Schools Nine Line at 412-529-6463 (NINE)!We care about your questions and concerns and want to provide assistance in the language that you prefer. Please leave your name, phone number, the name of your child, the school your child attends, and your question or comment. An interpreter will be in touch with you within 48 hours. If a call is received on a Friday, please expect someone to reach out to your by the following Tuesday. If you would like to learn more about the Nine Line, please contact the ESL department at 412-529-3516.
Administrative Offices:The Pittsburgh Public Schools Administration building is located at:341 S. Bellefield Ave.Pittsburgh, PA 15213412-529-HELP (4357)
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Student Records and Work Permits:
- To request your student records, contact the school you attended.
- Visit the transcripts page to find out how to request student records from a school that is closed or for a GED record.
- Please visit student work permits to learn more about how and when to apply.
Human Relations Concerns:
It is the intent of the School District to provide a school and work environment that protects the individual rights of employees, parents, students and community members and ensures that all stakeholders experience mutual respect, tolerance and civility in a non-discriminatory environment.
Concerns related to human relations may be reported by filing a Human Relations Complaint form through the Office of Employee Relations or reporting to an outside agency as described in the Human Relations Policy. Concerns also may reported to the Office of Employee Relations at 412-529-3607.
Public Hearings:Those wishing to speak at a Board Public Hearing may now register by calling 412-529-3868, the District's new phone line dedicated for public hearing registration. Anyone wishing to speak at a Public Hearing must call 412-529-3868 beginning one week before and no later than noon on the day of the Public Hearing.