Please refrain from double-parking. The Troy Police Department has received an uptick in complaints from residents in the neighborhoods of some of our buildings regarding vehicles that are double-parking, blocking driveways and, in some cases, parking on sidewalks. As an urban school district, we do understand there is very limited parking, but please be aware that these actions not only significantly and adversely affect local traffic and buses, but they’re also illegal.
Troy Middle School is hosting the Scholastic Book Fair January 27 – January 31, during parent-teacher conferences, and online at www.scholasticbookfair.com January 33 – February 2.
On December 3, residents in the Troy City School District voted in favor of authorizing a $56 million capital project that will include necessary upgrades to nearly every building in the District as well as the purchase of an additional building. The “Troy City School District Building Modernization Project” will be financed without impacting the current tax levy.
Troy Middle School announced the names of those students earning Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2019-2020 school year. Students and their families were also treated to a celebratory breakfast on Tuesday, November 26. Congratulations to all and keep up the good work!
On November 25, 2019, the Troy City School District hosted its annual District-Wide Spelling Bee. Twenty-four students from all five elementary schools and Troy Middle School competed in the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Congratulations to First Place Winner Satya Groff of Troy Middle School, 2nd Place Winner Madison DeVoe of Troy Middle School and 3rd Place Winner Anika Sohn of School 14. These students will advance to the regional competition at Proctor’s Theater in Schenectady in February.