P-TECH NEWS & EVENTS
On May 16, residents will vote on the proposed 2017-2018 budget and a proposition to authorize the creation of a Capital Reserve Fund. The proposed $112,018,797 budget maintains all programs and staff and comes with a 0.45% tax levy increase. There is no future tax implication to establish the Capital Reserve Fund. Residents will also elect three incumbent candidates to the Board of Education who are running unopposed. Visit our Budget webpage for details by clicking the link above.
Students in Grades 7 – 12, and their families, are invited to attend a special event at Hudson Valley Community College on Saturday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The program helps students prepare for academic success as well as college or career achievements.
In the event Troy High School ever runs outs of cleaning products, there will be no reason to panic. Ninth Grade Troy Riverfront P-TECH students have developed various safe, natural and effective solutions to keep the school safe and bacteria free! Over the past three...
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.
Troy High School social studies teacher Marc Mostransky welcomed local attorney George Lamarche III to his classes last week to teach a Common Core aligned lesson. George reviewed facts of a case he’s currently worked on and then asked students to act as a jury and decide the defendant’s fate.