On December 11, Troy High School senior Isaac Brown signed a national letter of intent to pitch for the Marist College baseball team. Surrounded my friends, family and coaches, Isaac made his choice official. This will be his 6th and final season playing for the Flying Horses.
Superintendent John Carmello has released a statement following the arrest of a Star and Strand Bus Driver. Please click the link above to view the full statement.
The Family Engagement Survey is conducted in order to assess the current functioning of our schools from the perspective of our families. This survey will take 15 minutes and there should be one survey submitted per household. All submissions are anonymous.
On December 4, residents in the Troy City School District voted in favor of a capital project at Troy High School that will replace a portion of the roof over the classrooms. The fully-funded project will have no future tax impact on residents. Construction is set to begin summer 2019.
Congratulations to those students earning Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for the first marking period of the 2018-2019 school year. A Honor Roll Celebration Breakfast was held on November 30 for all these students and their families. Keep up the good work!
Please join us at Troy Middle School on Wednesday, December 5 at 5 p.m. for an important discussion on cyber bullying. “Growing Up in the Digital Age” will feature a Q&A session and panel discussion with educators, mental health professionals and law enforcement. Please click the link above to learn more.
School 2 students recently shared why they’re thankful for their teachers. Click the link above to view the video.
Troy students in Grades 3 – 6 are invited to attend RPI’s “Exploring Engineering Day” on Saturday, February 9. This FREE half day, hands-on program is intended to help students better understand what engineers and computer scientist do. Please register by December 17 by clicking the link above.
On November 7 at 2:45 p.m., just before dismissal, the blue emergency lights were accidentally activated at Troy Middle School. Although the administration was aware it was mistakenly set off, the school continued to follow emergency protocol procedures for a lock down drill as required by law and as outlined in our safety plans. Please click the link above to read the full letter from Principal McShane.
Troy CSD Math Curriculum Leader Nicole MacNeil was recently featured in the Times Union’s Women@Work STEAM issue for her work as a Troy Riverfront P-TECH teacher. Click the link above to learn how she is helping students gain the skills to be successful after graduation.