SCHOOL 14 NEWS & EVENTS

We need your help to advocate for Troy students!

We need your help to advocate for Troy students!

Once again this year, the Governor’s proposed budget includes inequitable and insufficient aid to school districts, especially urban districts like ours, who are more dependent on State Aid. Our proposed Aid increase is less than 1% and, at this point, leaves us with a budget gap of $2.5 million. Please click the link above for pre-written letters you can sign, and phone numbers you can call.
2017 Parent Communication Survey

2017 Parent Communication Survey

As a parent/guardian of a student(s) in the Troy City School District, your opinion is important to us. We want to know how you feel about the methods we use for communicating information about non-emergencies such as upcoming events, news, and snow closings and delays. Please complete the 2017 Parent Communication Survey so that we can better serve you. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.
School 14 welcomes The Tang Museum

School 14 welcomes The Tang Museum

This week, School 14 welcomed visitors from The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College to teach 2nd Grade students some “visual thinking strategies.” Museum Educators Naomi Meyer and Caroline DeClercq introduced students to the work of...

School 14 students win MLK poster contest

School 14 students win MLK poster contest

School 14 students took the top prizes for their submission to the 2017 Alan Lubin Poster Contest, held in conjunction with Siena College’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. Elementary students created posters to the theme of “The destruction of the Earth’s...

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School 14

1700 Tibbits Avenue, Troy, NY 12180

Phone: (518) 328-5801
Fax (518) 274-0371

Principal: Karen Cloutier

Principal’s Assistant: Lamont Garland

At School 14 our staff is committed to providing your child with enriching, rewarding, and exciting learning opportunities.  We pride ourselves on being a safe, nurturing environment where children can reach their full academic potential and prepare to be a contributing future member of society.