DISTRICT NEWS & EVENTS
On October 18, School 2 hosted a grand opening celebration of their Community Schools Wing. The newly renovated space will serve as a hub for support services for both children and their families. It includes private areas for medical and dental screenings, family support, career resources and meeting spaces.
School 14, School 18 and Carroll Hill School have been selected as “Project Schools” with the Teachers’ College Reading and Writing Project (TCRWP) of Columbia University. Troy CSD is the only district in the greater Capital Region to be selected. This extremely competitive professional development opportunity welcomes embedded staff development by the Lucy Calkins’ staff at the TCRWP.
Whitsons, our food service provider, is conducting a brief survey to receive feedback on our school nutrition program and how we can improve our services. We need your input regarding the current program and any changes you would like to see implemented. We will use this information to develop new options and services. Students, parents and teachers can click on the link above to take the survey by October 12.
On September 26, the NYS Education Department released the results of its Grades 3-8 English language arts and math assessments, which were administered at public schools statewide this past spring. Overall, Troy City School District saw an increase in both English and math proficiency and is scoring higher than other high needs districts across the state.