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.
After eight months of planning, an active shooter drill was successfully implemented at Troy High School on Friday, March 16. The large scale training exercise included response from local, county and state emergency service agencies.
Ninth grade students in the Troy Riverfront P-TECH program recently created their own consulting companies and interviewed to be data analysts for CNN. Ok, not really, but they did pretend to as part of a math project that incorporates public speaking and interview skills.
On Friday, March 16, there will be a full scale active shooter training exercise at Troy High School between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. This drill will include the response from local, county and state emergency service agencies. This is a professional development day for the entire district, therefore there is no school at any of our buildings. NO STUDENTS WILL BE PARTICIPATING.
Rensselaer County school districts will team up to hold a job fair for individuals interested in becoming teachers, teaching assistants/aides, instructional and non-instructional substitutes, bus drivers/aides, and more on Monday, March 19 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Troy Middle School.
Troy Middle School welcomes Dr. Fantroy-Ford as interim principal effective March 1, 2018. Although she is new to the building, she is no stranger to the District. Click the link above to read a letter sent home to TMS families.
Due to expected inclement weather, dismissal times for the scheduled Early Release Day on Wednesday, March 7 have been moved up by 1 hour. Additionally, the Empire State After School Program will be canceled on Wednesday, March 7 for all Troy CSD elementary schools. Click the link above for details.
Families of students with special needs are invited to join us at School 2 on Tuesday, March 20, at 5:30 p.m. for the parent training, “Resource and Information Exchange: Community Resources for Families with Special Needs.” Please click the link above for details.
School 18 friends and family are invited to the Recovery Sports Grill on Hoosick Street on Wednesday, February 28, 5 – 9 p.m. for food and games. Click the link above for a ticket and hand it to your server. Recovery Sports Grill will donate 20% of the night’s profits to the Grade 5 Fundraising Mission, for graduation expenses and the end-of-the-year field trip.