During the February 15 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent John Carmello outlined the first draft of the 2017-2018 school district budget. The proposed budget, still very much in its early phases, totals $112,909,509, a 3.82-percent total increase over the 2016-2017 budget. Carmello also discussed some of the challenges facing this year’s budget including a .45% tax cap and initial state aid figures.
In an effort to ensure that the programs and services provided by the Troy City School District best meet the needs of our students and families, we invite you to participate in a brief survey.
Ninth Grade P-TECH students taught their classmates about the various body systems last week. The project helps students learn the material and improve their presentation skills all while owning their own learning.
The Troy Record visited School 16 on February 7 to learn about the “Hour of Code.” This global movement teaches computer programming skills to student and is offered at each Troy City School District school.
Residents interested in running for a Board position should contact the District Clerk at 328-5070 or email@example.com to request Nominating Petitions. A minimum of 100 qualified signatures must be filed by April 26 for a candidate to appear on the May 16 ballot.
Registration is now open for Adult & Continuing Educations courses through the Troy City School District. Courses include yoga, GED prep, Algebra and more! In-person registration for all classes will be held Monday, February 6 and Monday, February 13, 6 – 7 p.m. in the Troy High School lobby.