TROY MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS & EVENTS
Troy City School District welcomes New York Times Best Selling Author Nancy Jo Sales on Wednesday, May 31 for an urgent and frank conversation about the effects of social media and smart phones on our sons and daughters. A panel discussion with Troy CSD staff and administrators to follow.
Troy High School Principal Joseph Mariano and Troy Middle School Principal Brian Dunn participated in a panel discussion at the most recent Troy 100 event, in a forum themed “Supporting our Schools – Empowering the Next Generation of Our Community.” The goal of the forum is the betterment of Troy. Among other topics, Mariano and Dunn spoke about the importance of internship opportunities, community partnerships, and simply listening to children in order to provide a quality education.
Students entering Grades 4 through 8 are eligible for the Summer Music Program July 10 – 28, 2017. The program culminates with a performance of “Camp Runamuck” on Friday, July 28. Register by June 14.
Congratulations to those Troy Middle School students earning High Honor Roll, Honor Roll and Merit Roll for the third marking period of the 2016-2017 school year. A full list of students can be found below. Keep of up the good work! [embeddoc...
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.