The Family Engagement Survey is conducted in order to assess the current functioning of our schools from the perspective of our families. This survey will take 15 minutes and there should be one survey submitted per household. All submissions are anonymous.
The community can visit the Troy YMCA on Fridays in October, from 9 to 11 a.m. for a Drive-thru Food Box Pickup. Boxes of food include fruits and vegetables; meat and eggs, assorted dairy items and more. FREE and open to the community!
The 21st Century Program would like to invite all of our past and present families to participate in our virtual Lights on Afterschool event. Submissions must be received by Monday, October 19 to be included in the video.
After some back and forth regarding the deadline of the 2020 Census, the Census Bureau announced it will keep accepting responses online at My2020Census.gov through Oct. 15 until 11:59 p.m. Hawaii time. The bureau has also set Oct. 15 as the postmark deadline for paper forms, as well as the end date for collecting phone responses and door knocking at unresponsive households.
On Wednesday, October 14, at approximately 9:30 a.m., School 12 was placed into lockdown out of an abundance of caution due to a report of shots fired outside of the building that was later determined by Troy Police to be a flare gun. Emergency protocols were followed according to plan and police officers lifted the lockdown at approximately 9:45 a.m. At no point were the students and staff involved. The building is now operating normally.
In a letter to families on October 7, Troy City School District Superintendent John Carmello announces that Tuesday, November 3, (Election Day) will be a Remote Only Practice Day for the entire school district. All students will be learning from home on this day and should not report to school. Learn more by clicking the link above.