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     General Information
Plum Borough, appropriately named by the first settlers because of the abundance of wild plums that grew along the banks of its many streams, is now the largest borough in Allegheny County and the second largest in the state. The borough encompasses 28.88 square miles of farmland, residential areas, and light industry. Plum's population approximates 30,000.
The system consists of two K-4 buildings at Pivik and Center, one 5-6 building at Holiday Park Elementary, one junior high at Oblock on a shared campus with Holiday Park. Additionally, the district consists of one senior high school, and two Vocational Education programs including both Technical and Vocational Education. Instructional programs include a wide variety of academic courses with supporting programs.
      District Website:
School Website:​
District Anonymous Reporting:​
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Doors Open: Tardy Bell:
Dismissal Time:
7:45 a.m. 8:10 a.m. 2:55 p.m.
Building Information:
       Plum Connect​:​ Plum Connect is our automated attendance and emergency notification system. Any individual may sign up for Plum Connect notifications. If you would like to opt-in for this service, please click the ​Plum Connect​ link on the District website.
Delays/Cancellations​:​ When it becomes necessary to close the schools, announcements will be made on the following radio and TV stations: KDKA, WPXI, and WTAE. This information will also be reported on the district website and on the district’s information line at 412-795-0100, ext. 5. ​Please do not call the school, individual school administrators, teachers or School Board members.​ ​Parents are encouraged to sign up for the Plum Connect notification system. Information on signing up for ​Plum Connect​ is located on the District Website home page on the bottom right corner.
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