DISTRICT NEWS & EVENTS
After learning of an alleged testing impropriety involving four students at School 14, the District conducted a thorough investigation and
reported the incident to NYSED, as required. We are very proud of the progress we are making in the Troy School District, and this isolated incident involving a substitute teacher should not distract from how hard everyone is working in all of our buildings.
This past summer, Carroll Hill School welcomed new principal Roy Stiles to help lead the building to greater success. Now, nearing the end of his first year, Stiles is transforming the school culture and adding needed supports. Each morning, students recite a pledge...
On Wednesday, April 12, the Troy City School District Board of Education unanimously adopted the proposed 2017-2018 budget of $112,018,797. The tax levy will be $36,273,420, representing a 0.45-percent tax levy increase, which is at the allowable tax cap.