Troy High School recently hosted its own video game tournament in conjunction with Insomniac Games who provided the equipment. The tournament featured two simultaneous tournaments and 40 Troy High School student participants. Dean Baisden, Jr. won the NBA 2K tournament and Benny Wang won the Super Smash Brother tournament. To be eligible to participate, students must have a passing grade in all their classes, have no suspensions this year and could not be chronically absent.
On December 3, residents in the Troy City School District voted in favor of authorizing a $56 million capital project that will include necessary upgrades to nearly every building in the District as well as the purchase of an additional building. The “Troy City School District Building Modernization Project” will be financed without impacting the current tax levy.
Thanks to a generous donation from Hannaford Supermarkets, Troy High School now has an in-school food pantry where students in need can help themselves to snacks during the day and take food home. The food pantry will help both students and their families while increasing their accessibility to nutritious food.
The Troy High School newsletter is now digital. The fall issue includes a message from Principal Joseph Mariano, dates to remember, scholarship information and more. Click the link above to read it now.
Troy takes on Queensbury this Saturday, November 9 at Shenendehowa in the Section 2 Class A SUPERBOWL! Game time is 7 p.m. Admission is $6. Click the link above to read about the game in the Times Union.
The Troy High School Drama Club presents “Clue – On Stage” on Friday, November 15 and Saturday, November 16. Both performances are at 7:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium.