Eight Grade students and their families are invited to come learn what the Troy Riverfront P-TECH Program is all about. Join us on Thursday, January 17 at 6 p.m. at Troy Middle School. P-TECH is a 6-year program that leads to an Associate’s Degree from HVCC. Upon completion, graduates are first in line to be considered at partnering organizations. College tuition and books are paid for through the P-TECH grant.
The Troy City School District is asking resident taxpayers to attend a public hearing at 6 p.m. on January 16 at School 18 regarding the Alternative Veterans’ Tax Exemption Program. During the hearing, administrators will review the results of the public survey offered September 24 – October 26, 2018. Additionally, residents will have the opportunity to provide public comment.
On January 3, 2019, the Troy City School District hosted its annual District Wide Spelling Bee. Twenty-four students from all five elementary schools and Troy Middle School competed at Troy Middle School. Congratulations to 4-time First Place Winner Elisabeth McDonald, 2nd Place Winner Inari Sohn and 3rd Place Winner Michael Leonard – all of Troy Middle School. These students will advance to the regional competition at Proctor’s Theater in Schenectady in February.
On December 14, Troy School 18 students gave presentations to a room full of educators from around the region at NERIC’s 30th Annual Technology Awareness Day. Students worked in groups to demonstrate examples of what they do during the District’s STEM Days including their work with robotics.
On December 11, Troy High School senior Isaac Brown signed a national letter of intent to pitch for the Marist College baseball team. Surrounded my friends, family and coaches, Isaac made his choice official. This will be his 6th and final season playing for the Flying Horses.