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Troy District and Curriculum

Troy City Schools follows the Alabama Standards in the core classes of Mathematics, Language Arts, History, and Science. The Language Arts program utilizes the Pearson reading program, a basal program designed for the spiraling curricula of the components of reading comprehension, spelling, phonics with word study, and writing.

We currently cover the following Troy-area school districts: Troy City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Troy District Curriculum

In mathematics, the teachers attend workshops to keep current on the best teaching practices. A hands-on curriculum is essential in the math program, and the teachers stress the achievement of the key competencies of number sense and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis, and probability. The Alabama Learning Exchange (ALEX) is a great tool used by the teachers to effectively teach mathematics, as well as all subjects. Packed full of resources in all subject areas, from basic worksheets to online testing and technology resources, ALEX is an invaluable resource. This learning exchange also follows the Alabama State standards of learning, so teachers are benefiting from effective and data-driven lesson plans to best meet the needs of the students.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Troy Educational News

  • Trumbauer Qualifiers - The Alabama Conference of Theatre invited several Charles Henderson High School students to compete in the annual competition. The competition served the whole region, and the students did an outstanding job. Many of the students from CHHS got top scores in the areas of comedy, dramatic arts, duet comedy contemporary, and several others. Troy City Schools has done a fabulous job in shaping these fine actors!
  • Junior Beta Club - There is a new charter of the Beta Club at Troy Elementary. This youth organization, which focuses on educational and leadership qualities of the nominees and the members, is the largest in the country. Character, service, academics, and leadership are all honored with the membership in this prestigious club. Now students at the elementary in grades 5 and 6 are able to be recommended for the junior group of this non-profit, honorable organization.
  • Free Fruits and Vegetables - Troy City Schools has received an invaluable grant that will provide free fresh vegetables and fruits to the students twice a week. The students will receive a healthy snack in the classroom at no cost, and one objective of this program is to get the children more motivated about eating these fresh foods. Troy City Schools applied for this grant in hope to help the growing children stay healthy and focused, and to provide a nutritious way to do so.

Troy Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: The Importance of Nutrition in Schools

The new USDA guidelines for school lunches are affecting children all over the country in a positive way. Many students, due to their economic status, receive free breakfast and lunch each day. For some students, school breakfast and lunch are the only balanced meals they receive each day. That is why it is vital that the schools serve nutritional meals, containing the nutrients needed for growing children. White bread has been substituted with whole wheat bread, protein has been added to entrees, more fresh fruits and vegetables are served to the children, and the students can only choose reduced fat milk or fresh juices. This is just another way the public school system is helping our children succeed throughout each school day.

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