updates for Parents/Guardians of Troy School:

Please make sure that you are getting the SchoolMessenger alert calls from us. Our main method of getting information to parents/guardians (including updates regarding our school closure) is through SchoolMessenger. If you have not received any calls in the past few days, please contact the main office as soon as possible at 802-988-2565 extension 1002.

April 24th, 2020:

Check out our Registration page to learn more about Pre K and Kindergarten registration for the 2020-2021 school year.

**Update as of March 26th**:

School is closed for the remainder of the year, per Governor Scott's order on 3/26/2020. When we get more details we will release more details, but if you have any questions please call us at 802-988-2565 extension 1002.

If you have signed up for meal delivery during our shutdown, you will continue to receive deliveries Mondays through Fridays, unless you notify us you wish the service to cease. If you would like this service and have not yet had a chance to contact us, call the school by 10:00 AM and we will add you student to the next day’s delivery. All deliveries will be made with our Troy bus. The bus will leave the school at 10:30 AM, delivering to families within North Troy village first and then proceeding to the outlying areas off route 105, and then to Troy. We cannot give you an exact time for when the bus will arrive at your students’ location, but we expect all deliveries to be complete by 12:00PM. Please be on the lookout for the big yellow bus- we will honk the horn to notify you of our arrival! If you have not received your children’s meal by 12:15 PM please contact us. Remember, you need to sign up for meals before any can be delivered, so please call the school as soon as possible if you would like to be added to this service.

Follow our Facebook page to see updates on the school shutdown.

Keep checking our Resources tab and our Library tab for new things to do at home with your students!


Our Mission is to provide a safe and positive learning environment where all students reach their highest potential.

Our priority is to build strong partnerships with community, parents, teachers and students to create responsible citizens of the future."

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