Troy College & Career High School – Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Earlier today, TCCHS welcomed students, preschoolers in the TOTS program, as well as building and district staff members for another bountiful and joyful Thanksgiving celebration including an early turkey dinner complete with all the trimmings!
Learning about group roles, leadership, and communication was the focus of a school- wide, team-building afternoon in late October when students rotated classrooms and participated in a variety of activities to study and demonstrate teamwork
Twenty-seven Troy College & Career High School Dual Enrollment students registered for Winter semester college classes at Oakland Community College that will begin in January.
“Stand Up Smarter” was the headline for a program that students participated in recently that aimed to look at types of bullying and short and long-term solutions. This is the second in a series of “The Advocacy Project,” an initiative to help students grow in their ability to effectively communicate and advocate for their needs in a variety of situations. The Advocacy Project was created by two of our teachers, Michelle Leonard and Olivia Svacha, who attended Camp One Troy in early August.
The Women of Tomorrow enjoyed an engaging session when an expert on forensic handwriting analysis facilitated a program recently. Motivating and empowering young women by pairing them with highly-successful mentors is a goal of the Women of Tomorrow program.
Science teacher Renee Boogren is a recipient of a grant from the Troy Foundation for Educational Excellence. Funding from the grant will allow her to purchase hands-on equipment for her Astronomy students.