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Superintendent's Desk

Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members, 

January starts the beginning of a new year and for many of us, we consider it a fresh start to setting and attaining new goals. First semester ended and as we start our second semester, we set out to accomplish what we may have yet to finish or pursue new endeavors that will lead to a successful 2020. Our students, teachers and staff worked hard in the first half of the school year and much was accomplished. To date Troy School District achievements have included, but are not limited to:


  • Approved three year financial plan:
    • Objective 1: To build and maintain the fund balance of at least $600,000
    • Objective 2: To build and maintain a contingency fund of at least $50,000
    • Objective 3: To maintain a supplemental levy to support TSD programs that is fiscally responsible to the Troy Tax Payers and the Troy School District
  • Acquired $5,229 Safe and Drug Free School’s Grant. Proposed Projects for the 2020

Fiscal Year Include:

  • Installation of Surveillance Cameras Multipurpose Room
  • Surveillance Cameras TES Playground
  • Crisis Manual Update
  • Attended ISBA Annual Convention November 6-8
  • Participation by staff in the Idaho Core Coaching Project
  • Presented at the Beyond Textbook Super Conference on September 30th in Vail, Arizona
  • Received 100% Safety Inspection on December 4; “correction free - no unsafe or hazardous conditions noted district wide”
  • Hosted Veterans’ Day Assembly and Celebration which included music, slideshow and student sharing
  • Three Staff members were named as Master Teacher Premium recipients
  • StemScopes
  • Project Leadership Participant
  • Accreditation /Eleot Training


  • Acquired First Book Grant $1019
  • Acquired Coeur d’ Alene Grant $6000
  • Implemented and refined Positive Behavior Intervention System
  • Targeted Tutoring
  • Updated Playground Equipment
  • Participation in:
    • Silverwood “Reading is the Ticket” Program
    • University of Idaho, “Readers as Leaders” Program
    • University of Idaho Expo participants
    • Jazz Festival participants
    • Fish and Game Steelhead participants
    • “Souper Bowl” Food Drive
    • “Giving Tree” Winter Clothes Drive

Jr. /Sr. High School:

  • Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) prep for juniors
  • Peer Tutoring Program to work in conjunction with the After School Study Program
  • Participation in:
    • FFA National Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Palouse Cares Food Drive
    • University of Idaho All-state Honor Choir and Holiday Concert
    • 2019 State Volleyball Tournament Championships
  • State Volleyball Tournament Champions
  • Forty students complete 225 college credits in the Fall Semester
  • Sophomores and Juniors will be attending the “Dream It Do It” Conference at the University of Idaho in March
  • Juniors will be attending the “Higher Education Day” at LC State in March

There will be a winter stretch before spring break arrives on March 30 – April 3.   Students have settled into the second semester and are back into a routine, and teachers are striving for excellence in all areas of educating our students. Idaho State Achievement Testing (ISAT) is scheduled to be completed by May 8, and the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) will be given Statewide on April 14.  The scores for last year’s 2019 ISAT tests were well above the state average district wide:

  • English Language Arts  State=55.6%   District=84.7%
  • Math                 State= 45.1%  District= 82.5%
  • Science            State=59.6%    District=81.6%
  • IRIB(Idaho Reading Indicator(IRI)       State=53.6%    District=72.4%

There will be plenty of extracurricular activities to keep students and parents busy; there’s something for everyone and it’s great to be involved. We are all grateful for the positive support!

I am excited about the start of the second semester, and look forward to a great 2020. We are all so fortunate to live and work in such a tremendous place, and it’s not by happenstance that our community and schools are successful. The credit goes to the community, students, teachers, staff, and parents who all play a role in being part of the experiences that make us who we are and give us the outstanding memories of growing up in Troy, Idaho! Thank you all for making a lasting difference.

Lastly, the Key Communicator Program is available for you to share information, ask questions or share concerns by contacting me at 208-835-3791 or emailing I value your input and feedback.





Brad Malm

Brad Malm

Troy School District Superintendent