DISTRICT NEWS & EVENTS

Budget Draft 3 presented, State budget crisis impacts district

During the April 8 Board of Education Meeting, Superintendent John Carmello presented Draft 3 of the 2020-2021 Troy City School District Budget. A stark contrast to earlier drafts, this budget has a nearly $3 million gap due to insufficient state funding. The State’s budget crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic has decimated revenues and even with an allowable tax cap of 2.14 percent, there will be cuts to staff and programs.

COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

The Troy City School District is continuously monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. All classes will be canceled until at least April 29. June Regents exams are also canceled. Click the link above for the most current information.

Digital Learning Resources

Digital Learning Resources

Please click on the link above to access your building’s Digital Learning Resources to use during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) class cancelation. Resources are broken down by grade level and subject.

2020-2021 Budget Draft 2 Presented

During the March 4 Board of Education Meeting, Superintendent John Carmello presented Draft 2 of the 2020-2021 Troy City School District Budget. Residents will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 19 to vote on the proposed budget. The final tax cap for the Troy City School District is 2.13 percent. Draft 2 of the budget totals $116,369,737. This draft maintains all current staff and programs. Click the link above for more information.