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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.

Superintendent's Desk

Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members,


I want to thank our students, parents, teachers, support staff, and community for all of the hard work that has gone into working through this historic COVID time. As we enter this New Year, 2021, with a new semester beginning, I wanted to provide an update. 

Our work continues to be focused in these critical areas: 

  • Delivering virtual learning opportunities as needed to provide connections, academic learning and progress.
  • Preparation for ISAT (Idaho Standard Achievement Test) spring testing.
  • Partnership and commitment to continue to work in close collaboration with North Central Public Health District, and other state and local officials.
  • Readiness of physical school buildings including, but not limited to, Air duct and HVAC Cleaning, and routine deep cleaning. 

Highlights from 2020:

  • Participation in the 2020 State Volleyball Tournament.
  • Participation in the Palouse Cares Food Program.
  • 35 students complete 286 College Credits in the Fall Semester
  • Board of Trustees Approved the Three Year Financial Plan:
    • Objective 1: To build and maintain the fund balance of at least $710,000
    • 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
  • Continued Implementation of K-12 Science Stemscopes Curriculum        
  • Acquired $5,341 Safe and Drug Free School’s Grant
  • Acquired $2,100 Latah County Arts and Culture Grant
  • Implementation of K-6 Social / Emotion Learning Curriculum  

We look forward to this second semester and to be able provide the very best educational opportunities. There are signs of progress on the horizon related to Covid, and I am hopeful that this new year will be one of greater health, peace, and joy for all of us!


Brad Malm












Brad Malm

Brad Malm

Troy School District Superintendent