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Each public school district in Monroe County has contact information (listed below) where you can get more detailed information about individual schools. To get an overall picture, for some general research, or to just get involved, here are some resources:

Monroe County School Boards Association, 328-1972

New York State PTA, 877-5NYSPTA

Family Education Network

Connect for Kids

National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education

Information on NYS education law, 474-5844

Brighton Central School District

2035 Monroe Avenue, Rochester 14618


Number of students: 3,728; 21 per class

Has pre-kindergarten, extended-day kindergarten, and childcare programs

Brockport Central School District

40 Allen Street, Brockport 14420


Number of students: 4,367; 20-25 per class

Has extended-day kindergarten programs

Churchville-Chili Central School District

139 Fairbanks Road, Churchville 14428


Number of students: 4,471; 21-25 per class

East Irondequoit Central School District

600 Pardee Road, Rochester 14609


Number of students: 3,604; 20-27 per class

Has pre-kindergarten and childcare programs

East Rochester Union Free School District

222 Woodbine Avenue, East Rochester 14445


Number of students: 1, 277; 20-23 per class

Has pre-kindergarten, extended-day kindergarten, and childcare programs

Fairport Central School District

38 West Church Street, Fairport 14450


Number of students: 7,251; 22 per class

Has childcare programs

Gates-Chili Central School District

910 Wegman Road, Rochester 14624


Number of Students: 4,956; 21 per class

Greece Central School District

PO Box 300, North Greece 14615


Number of students: 13,589; 21-25 per class

Has pre-kindergarten and extended-day kindergarten programs

Hilton Central School District

225 West Avenue, Hilton 14468 


Number of students: 4,481; 20-28 per class

Has extended-day kindergarten and childcare programs

Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District

20 Church Street, Honeoye Falls 14472


Number of students: 2,667; 22-25 per class

Has extended-day kindergarten programs

Penfield Central School District

2590 Atlantic Avenue, Penfield 14625


Number of students: 4,986; 21-25 per class

Has childcare programs

Pittsford Central School District

42 West Jefferson Road, Pittsford 14534


Number of students: 6,029; 20-24 per class

Has childcare programs

Rochester City School District

131 West Broad Street, Rochester 14614


Number of students: 36,400; 19-25 per class

Has pre-kindergarten and extended-day kindergarten programs

Rush-Henrietta Central School District

2034 Lehigh Station Road, Henrietta 14467


Number of students: 5, 944; 15-24 per class

Has pre-kindergarten and childcare programs

Spencerport Central School District

71 Lyell Avenue, Spencerport 14559


Number of students: 4,354; 19-25 per class

Has extended-day kindergarten programs

Webster Central School District

119 South Avenue, Webster 14580


Number of students: 9,031; 20-24 per class

Has childcare programs

West Irondequoit Central School District

95 Stanton Lane, Rochester 14617


Number of students: 3,949; 22 per class

Wheatland-Chili Central School District

940 North Road, Scottsville 14546


Number of students: 896; 17-19 per class

Has extended-day kindergarten programs

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    Live music
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