Assistant Superintendent for Business
475 First Street
Troy, NY 12180
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The Budget webpage contains resources to help our community follow the school budget process for the following school year. Budget presentations will be posted after each Board of Education meeting.
Business Office Staff
|Adam Hotaling||Assistant Superintendent for Business||518-328-5005|
|Kathy Kussler||Purchasing Agent||518-328-5008|
|Tracey Zautner||Executive Secretary||518-328-5005|
|Chris Anslow||Senior Account Clerk, Payroll||518-328-5045|
|Giovona Driscoll||Senior Account Clerk, Payroll||518-328-5037|
|Freddie Wedro||Account Clerk, Purchasing||518-328-5004|
|Hilary Montesano||Senior Account Clerk, Accounts Payable||518-328-5044|
|Mario Loccisano||Transportation Coordinator||518-328-5431|
Flexible Spending Account – FAQ
The ratification of the TTA collective bargaining agreement as well as new IRS regulations has resulted in changes to the Benetech Flex Spending Account (FSA) available to Troy City School District employees. Changes include updates to the roll-over policy as well as the addition of a one-time employer contribution. Please see the Frequently Asked Questions as a resource and guide to the FSA and these changes.
Eligibility Form for Meals
The Enlarged City School District of Troy is participating in the Community Eligibility Option (CEO) or Provision 2 non-base year all children in the school will receive meals/milk at no charge regardless of household income or completion of this form. This form is to determine eligibility for additional State and Federal program benefits that your child(ren) may qualify for.
Corrective Action Plans
American Rescue Plan (ARP) and Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Documentation
The Troy City School District is accepting public comment on our plan for funds expected under the American Rescue Plan.
The District’s priorities for this funding are:
1. Improving academic achievement in ELA and Mathematics;
2. Improving equity in opportunity and outcomes;
3. Improving the delivery of services to meet the social/emotional needs of students and families; and
4. Developing the capacity of leaders, teachers and staff to perform their work at the highest levels
Smart Schools Bond Act
The Troy City School District has been allocated a one-time grant fund of $4.9 million through the New York State Smart Schools Bond Act. The public will have an opportunity to comment during a public hearing on Wednesday, November 20 at 6 p.m. at School 16 located at 40 Collins Avenue, Troy, NY 12180. Written comments may also be submitted to email@example.com. A presentation of the District’s proposed plan for this allocation can be found here.