The 2021-2022 Budget Vote and Board of Education Election will take place on Tuesday, May 18, 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. This year, residents will vote in person, unlike last year where absentee ballots were automatically mailed to every resident. Residents will also vote on the establishment of a new Capital Reserve. Click the link above for details on how to vote, the proposed budget, candidate bios and more.
We have been notified that a School 16 student has tested positive for COVID-19. The District worked closely with the Department of Health to conduct thorough contact tracing and has already reached out to the affected individuals with specific quarantine instructions. Please note, that while the CDC has announced that vaccinated individuals may go without masks in many places, New York State and the Troy City School District have not changed our policies. All individuals must wear masks in our buildings whenever social distancing is not possible. Any changes to this policy will be communicated.
The Capital District Counseling Association will be hosting an in-person college fair for juniors and seniors on Monday, May 17, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of Troy High School. Admission representatives from 12 colleges will be on hand to answer questions.
Capital Region Career Jam 2021 runs April 27 – May 27 and provides a virtual experience for 8th and 9th Grade students to explore careers available in our region. Click the link above for details.
We have been notified that a Troy Middle School student has tested positive for COVID-19. We have worked with the Department of Health and have reached out to the affected individuals with quarantine instructions.
To do our part and in keeping with our pandemic no-visitor policy, we have decided to make Tuesday, May 18, a “Remote Only Day” for the students in all five elementary schools, and the Pre-K program at School 12. Our elementary schools and School 12 are used as polling sites for the 2021-2022 Budget Vote and Board of Education Election.
Troy Middle School students enrolled in and passing Algebra I or Earth Science will receive an “Exempt” status on the Regents exams. Any student wishing to take the exam must complete the TMS Regents Opt-In Form. Please click the link above for details.
We have been notified that two individuals have tested positive for COVID-19. One case included district exposure. We have worked with the Department of Health to conduct thorough contact tracing and have already reached out to the affected individuals with quarantine instructions.
Important information regarding end-of-year events for Troy High School seniors: Senior Class Night will be held virtually on May 26. Senior Prom will be held on Friday, June 11, 7 – 11 p.m. on the football field. Graduation will be held on Friday, June 25, also on the football field, with staggered arrivals beginning at 6 p.m. Please click the link above to learn more about the COVID-19 requirements.
Troy CSD Superintendent John Carmello was one of 92 school district leaders in the area to request guidance from lawmakers regarding in-person instruction in the fall. One of the district’s primary objectives for the next school year will be the return to normalcy as much as possible, but guidance is needed now so that we can begin planning to ensure the safety of our students and staff.