Troy College & Career High School – Tuesday, March 21, 2017
- Many Troy College & Career students are reading to preschoolers in the TOTS program as part of March Madness: National Reading Month. In addition to the high school students, Troy School District administrators, staff, and Troy police officers continue to volunteer to join in the national reading initiative this month.
- Student Government is sponsoring Spirit Week beginning next Monday. The week will culminate in a Café after final exams on Thursday that will highlight an open mic event featuring student poetry, karaoke, and instrumental presentations.
- The “Fingers Crossed” theatre troupe started to present their skits today to eighth graders in the district that feature scenarios of bullying, stereotyping, peer pressure, and other issues to increase learning and encourage social justice. The theatre troupe presentations are a program created by the Troy Social Justice Project that includes high school students from each of the four TSD high schools.
- Environmental Science students will soon be preparing to conduct chemical and biological testing of water samples from the Rouge River as part of the Michigan Rouge Education Project in conjunction with U of M Dearborn.
- The Women of Tomorrow engaged in team-building activities and discussed leadership styles and project planning and experimentation at their March meeting.
- Gina Masamery recently received third-place honors in a recipe contest sponsored by the Michigan Restaurant Association and the Michigan Wheat Program. In addition to a cash award, Gina’s creation, “Whole Wheat Jalapeno Pepper Muffins” was featured and printed on recipe cards.
- It was very exciting for our school to be recognized this evening for our hard work in our Dual Enrollment Thank you!