Piedmont is a community elementary school providing 21st Century classrooms and facilities, experienced teaching staff, and excellent educational programs.  Following the motto of "Work, Respect, Belong," our school community strives to promote high achievement for all and provide a welcoming environment for everyone. 

Principal: Beth Shermoen    (See Panther Press issues here)
School Secretary: Jodi Keller
Dean of Students: Jacob Laurent
2827 Chambersburg Ave, Duluth, MN 55811
Phone:  218-336-8950
Fax:  218-336-8954

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K.E.Y. Zone is a before and after school collaborative program of the Duluth Y and ISD 709 Community Education.  Summer programming is also available.  Space is limited.  Click the logo above for more info.

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Families can now apply online to receive free or reduced price school meals. 

   Families can apply online anywhere, anytime - the process is safe, secure, convenient and available 24/7.  Data is transmitted to your local school district office the same day you apply, allowing for quicker processing. Families qualifying for free/reduced school meals may also qualify for reduced school activity fees.  

There are 3 ways to apply.  
1.  Go to  www.paypams.com/onlineapp.  
2.  Download the application and return by mail or at your school office.
3.  Request a hard copy form by calling 218-336-8707 and submit by mail or drop off at your school office.

ISD 709 Elementary Schools Provide:
  • Free All Day, Every Day Kindergarten
  • 90 minutes reading plus 30 minutes writing each day
  • 70 minutes math plus 10 minutes facts/computation fluency in grades 2-5
  • Art, Music, Physical Education and Media
  • Advanced academic opportunities and comprehensive interventions to boost reading and math skills
  • Guidance and support to help students learn responsibility, citizenship and respect
  • Parent and community partnerships to support education.