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    Happenings

    Given the current situation, the State Board of Education directed that all school districts and charter schools implement a soft closure through Monday, April 20. The Troy School Board approved the soft  closure at a special meeting on Monday March 23.

     

    During this soft closure period, local districts shall follow national CDC guidelines pertaining to large gatherings and social distancing. While students are not permitted in schools, the State Board expects efforts to continue facilitating essential services and student learning.

     

    The essential services/student learning currently being provided are:

    • Instruction: Implementation and/or develop remote learning strategies i.e. K-6 Packets, Google Classroom, & 7-12 remote learning.
       
    • Food Service: We are currently providing breakfast/lunch. Those 18 and under can pick up a packed breakfast and lunch. Students can pick up breakfast and lunch 11:00am-12:00 pm in the multipurpose room (MPR) and at the Troy Public Library. The Troy School District Lunch Program will continue serving breakfast/lunch during Spring Break, March 30, 2020 - April 3, 2020 at the same locations and times.
       
    • Special Education: The Troy School District has developed a plan on delivering special education services, following recent federal guidelines, which may include revisions of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and 504 Plans.

    Over the next few weeks, we will work with Idaho’s public health officials and the Governor’s K-12 Emergency Council to develop criteria to use in making decisions to reopen. Additionally, we will continue to evaluate current state mandated educational requirements, and will make decisions to increase flexibility over the coming days and weeks as specific areas are better identified.

     

    Specifically, the Troy School Board has set a special meeting for April 20 to evaluate the current situation and make recommendations for reopening.

     

    Once again we recognize that this is a challenging time and we will continue to monitor new developments and adjust as necessary. Please contact your child’s teacher, school administrator, or myself if you have further questions.

     

    Brad T. Malm
    Troy School District 287
    102 W. Fifth Street

    Superintendent
    Jr. Sr. High School Principal

     

    Posted 3/24/20

    Breakfast and lunch is available for pick up at the school lunchroom and in front of the Troy Library from 11:00am-12:00pm for all children 0-18.

     

    Brad T. Malm
    Troy School District 287
    102 W. Fifth Street

     

    Superintendent
    Jr. Sr. High School Principal

    Posted 3/20/20

    Starting today March 19, 2020, breakfast and lunch will be available for pick up at the the school lunchroom and in front of the Troy Library from 11:00am-12:00pm.

     

    Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, for those students who need help with internet accessibility, there will be a hot spot set up at the Troy Lion's Hall from 9:00am-3:00pm every week day. There will be staff there to answer questions.

     

    Brad T. Malm

    Troy School District 287

    102 W. 5th Street

     

    Superintendent

    Jr. Sr. High School Principal

    Posted 3/19/20
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    To provide educational opportunities for every student that emphasize the principles of learning for a lifetime, respect for community and tradition, and pursuit of excellence.
     

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    About Our School

    Welcome to Troy School District

    Troy is located eleven miles east of Moscow, Idaho, home of the University of Idaho and twenty-five miles east of Pullman, Washington, home to Washington State University.  Set in a town of about 1000, the Troy School District encompasses approximately 85 square miles. The Troy Elementary School was built in 1995 and a new junior/senior high school facility was opened for fall 2003 classes.

    Troy residents enjoy a peaceful lifestyle in this small town.  Troy has a strong sense of community.  It is surrounded on the west and south by rolling farmland of the Palouse and on the north and east by some of Idaho's most unspoiled forest areas.  For the avid outdoorsman, the area offers unlimited recreational opportunities.  For those interested in the arts, the universities provide a diverse schedule of events.  Troy School District patrons are extremely supportive of their children's future.