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Mission Statement

8 months ago

We believe that all students can and must learn at a high level of achievement as determined by state and national standards. Therefore, the students, parents and staff of Troy Middle School commit to a comprehensive system of support to assure this outcome. To promote defined high levels of achievement, we will provide a safe and supportive learning environment that embraces the diverse needs of our students and develops positive character as demonstrated through respectful, responsible and peaceful behaviors.

TMS Policies

8 months ago

Dress Code
Please be aware that Troy Middle School follows the Troy District Dress Code (refer to the Student/Parent Handbook ). If your child is not properly dressed, he or she may be sent to the Assistant Principal's office and you may be notified to bring in another set of clothing.

Riding Designated Buses 
Students are assigned buses at the beginning of the school year. They must ride their assigned bus to and from school and get on/off at their assigned stop. The Middle School office will not give out bus passes to ride another bus. Please contact the Transportation Department with any questions at 815-577-6290.

Absent From School
A parent or guardian must call in each day the student is absent from school. Please call the office at 815-230-9920 at the beginning of the school day. Schools are responsible for teaching your child. But schools can't do their job if your child is absent frequently. Learning builds day by day. A child who misses a day of school misses a day of learning. Being late for school hurts a child's learning too. A student who is 10 minutes late every day will miss 30 hours of instruction during the year. Children can copy notes or make up assignments, but they can never get back what's most important: the discussions, the questions, the explanations by the teacher and the thinking that makes learning come alive.