A group of 290 students graduated on Sunday, June 25 as part of the Troy High School Class of 2017. The school’s 158th commencement ceremony was held at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy.
Troy City School District welcomes New York Times Best Selling Author Nancy Jo Sales on Wednesday, May 31 for an urgent and frank conversation about the effects of social media and smart phones on our sons and daughters. A panel discussion with Troy CSD staff and administrators to follow.
On May 16, residents will vote on the proposed 2017-2018 budget and a proposition to authorize the creation of a Capital Reserve Fund. The proposed $112,018,797 budget maintains all programs and staff and comes with a 0.45% tax levy increase. There is no future tax implication to establish the Capital Reserve Fund. Residents will also elect three incumbent candidates to the Board of Education who are running unopposed. Visit our Budget webpage for details by clicking the link above.
On May 16, 2017, residents will vote on the proposed 2017-2018 budget of $112,018,797. Residents will also vote on a proposition to authorize the creation of a Capital Reserve fund to help pay for the local share of future capital projects. Finally, residents will vote for three incumbent candidates running unopposed for three seats in the Board of Education election. Unregistered voters can register on May 2, and absentee ballots are available.