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.
Troy CSD and the Parent Network of the Capital Region will offer several parent trainings over the course of the school year on a variety of topics relating to students with disabilities and other challenges. The first training will be Tuesday, October 23, “Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): The Basics. Click the link above for details.
The Troy City School District provides a FREE after school program for students in Grades K-5 through the Empire State After School Grant. Parents/Guardians must submit an application for each child they wish to enroll, even if they submitted an application last year. Applications are due by AUGUST 15, 2018. Please click the link above for an application and FAQs.
Our District has partnered with BrightBytes – an educational research organization – to explore our use of technology for learning. We invite you to answer a few questions about your technology use. It should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
On April 26, Carroll Hill School third grader Patrick Buffaline was awarded a Champions of Character Education Award during the 15th Annual Sage Colleges Academy for Character Education Champions of Character Banquet at Franklin Plaza.
All Troy families are invited to join us at Carroll Hill School on Wednesday, April 25, at 5:30 p.m. for an evening of light refreshments and conversation about bullying recognition and prevention.