SCHOOL 14 NEWS & EVENTS

Dads Take Your Child to School Day – Sept. 19

Dads Take Your Child to School Day – Sept. 19

The annual Troy City School District Dads Take Your Child to School Day is Tuesday, Sept. 19. Fathers and other male role models will bring their elementary school children to school, walk them to their classrooms and enjoy a breakfast reception. All five elementary schools are participating!

Welcome back!

Welcome back!

The first day of school was Wednesday, September 6! Even the rain couldn’t stop these smiles from shining through. Check out our Facebook page for first day photos and be sure to share your photos on social media using #TroysFirstDay.

Troy CSD switches to Google calendar

As a school district on the cutting edge of technology, Troy CSD is moving to an all-digital Google calendar beginning with the 2017-2018 school year. This calendar contains important information including days off, early dismissal, open houses and more. We no longer mail home print versions of the calendar.

Parents – Sign up for text alerts!

Parents – Sign up for text alerts!

The Troy City School District is switching to text messaging for non-emergency communication with guardians. To sign up for text alerts, you must subscribe by texting the letter “Y” to the number 67587. You may receive an invitation via text on Friday, August 11.

Summer Musical Production – July 28

Summer Musical Production – July 28

Please join us on Friday, July 28 for the concluding performance of our Summer Music Program, “Summer Camp: A Musical Caper About Finding a Place to Belong,” featuring the finest young artists and musicians in Grades 4 – 8 of the Troy City School District.

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.