On January 23, 2018 the Troy City School District community will vote on a proposition to authorize a fully-funded Capital Project at School 2 as part of the New York State Community Schools Grant Initiative. The proposal will have no additional impact on taxpayers.
On December 15 RPI’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity (known as the “Pikes”) delivered toys to every student at School 2. The Pikes raised $7,000 to purchase 337 gifts and Santa made a visit to each classroom. A special thank you to the Pikes for giving back to their community!
The Troy City School District is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of the Empire State After School Grant. The grant allows for each District elementary school to host its own after school program, resulting in additional learning time for students throughout Troy. The program begins January 16, 2018. Applications are due by December 22, 2017.
School 18 students presented on topics such as Minecraft, computer coding and robotics at the 29th Annual Regional Technology Awareness Day on December 1.
The Troy High School Craft Fair is Saturday, December 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Admission is free. Twenty-seven vendors selling homemade items as well as other vendors like Lularoe and Sentsy. Click the link above for details.
The 35th Annual Troy Victorian Stroll and tree lighting is this Sunday, December 3 in downtown Troy. The Troy High football team will be honored and the Concert Choir will perform beginning at 4:45 p.m. at Monument Square. Student artwork will also be on display in the Atrium windows, visible when walking on 4th Street.
TMS Honors Breakfast Celebration is this Thurs, Nov 30. Students and families invited. We hope you can join us at TMS! 6th Grade: 9-9:30 a.m.; 7th Grade: 9:50-10:25 a.m.; 8th Grade: 10:40-11:15 a.m.
Troy High Football was crowned the NYSPHSAA Class AA Champions for the second year in a row after beating Lancaster High School 41-26 at the Carrier Dome on Sunday. They are the first ever Section 2 team to go undefeated in back-to-back seasons and cap it off with a second state championship title.
Richard Steinbach, a social studies teacher for the last 28 years at Troy High School, teaching American Government and World History, will speak at the Albany County League of Women Voters on Wednesday, December 6. He will be joined by his wife, Pamela Katz, J.D., professor of legal studies and political science at Sage Colleges. The two will speak about educating citizens for participation in democracy.