SCHOOL 2 NEWS & EVENTS
COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

COVID-19 (coronavirus) Information

The Troy City School District is continuously monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. All classes will be canceled until at least April 15. Click the link above for the most current information.

Digital Learning Resources

Digital Learning Resources

Please click on the link above to access your building’s Digital Learning Resources to use during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) class cancelation. Resources are broken down by grade level and subject.

A special message for School 2 students

A special message for School 2 students

School 2 teachers have some loving messages for their students during this special edition of the Scoop! Please share with your children. We miss you all so much.

Yoga and mindfulness at School 2

Yoga and mindfulness at School 2

Before the COVID-19 class cancellation, School 2 Student Support Specialist Sam Aronowitz was helping students manage their emotions and learn to focus through the practice of yoga and other mindfulness techniques. Each day students were scheduled to meet with “Mr. A” in the mindfulness room. They did yoga poses and practiced breathing. The result? Students were better able to control their behavior and emotions on their own once back in the classroom and at home. Click the link above to learn more and for resources for practicing mindfulness and yoga at home during the COVID-19 class cancellation.

Oakwood Community Center offering bagged lunch

Bagged lunch for School 2 students can be picked up at the Oakwood Community Center located at 313 10th Street. This is in addition to the Troy City School District meal program offered daily at Troy High School. Click the link above for details about the Oakwood program.

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School 2

470 Tenth Street, Troy, NY 12180

Phone: (518) 328-5410
Fax (518) 271-5205

Principal: Natélege Turner-Hassell

Principal’s Assistant: Lakime Meadows

Our Mission: To provide students with learning opportunities, which foster academic proficiency or higher; to model and expect strong character from all and to collectively own and celebrate the entire school community.