SCHOOL 18 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.
Troy students advance to regional Spelling Bee

Troy students advance to regional Spelling Bee

Congratulations the 2017 Troy City School District Spelling Bee winners! In 1st Place is School 14 student Satya Groff, left; 2nd place is School 18 student Elisabeth McDonald; and in 3rd Place is Troy Middle School student Angela Munao. These students will advance to the Capital Region BOCES regional Spelling Bee at Proctors Theatre on February 7.

‘Exploring Engineering Day’ at RPI – February 18

The School of Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) invites parents/guardians and their children in Grades 3 to 6 to attend Exploring Engineering Day (EED) on Saturday, February 18. This FREE half-day program introduces children to the field of engineering through fun, hands-on activities led by engineering students.

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School 18

412 Hoosick Street, Troy, NY 12180

Phone: (518) 328-5001
Fax (518) 274-4374

Principal: Virginia DonVito-MacPhee

Principal’s Assistant: Dawn Napolitano

 Welcome to School 18! We value honor, integrity and a willingness to work hard to achieve personal and school-wide goals.