Spring Track Season
The Troy School District will run a shortened outdoor middle school track season this spring with the four Troy middle schools and Avondale Middle School. Practices start April 21st and they will begin daily around 3:00 p.m. There will be four dual track meets in May, and a City Track Meet on June 1st.
Both in-seat and online students may participate. Whether learning in seat or online, students will need to come up to school for practice from home. Please note that students will not be able to stay at school until practice time. Students will need transportation to/from practice if they are not close enough to walk/bike.
Final Forms Information
Parents, please register at the above Final Forms link. Follow the prompts to create your account and sign your forms. Any questions or concerns, please reach out to our coaches.
Coach Colin Quinn firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Alex Welsh email@example.com
Coach Paul Couretas firstname.lastname@example.org
Math Summer Bridge Course
"Pre-requisite: Students must have an excellent record in mathematics in each of the first three quarters of Math 6 and teacher recommendation. Please note that students who have been successful in this course in the past have typically earned As in all three quarters."
Application and Enrollment:
The application to the Middle School Math Summer Honors Academy must be completed on-line through the PowerSchool Parent/Student Portal. The PowerSchool form will be open between March 22 and April 30, 2021. Students will be notified, via email, by May 14 if they have been accepted. Upon acceptance, registration instructions will be sent via email.
- Log into PowerSchool at ps.troy.k12.mi.us (web version only)
- Click the Icon Forms from the Left Menu
- Open the form Middle School Math Summer Honors Academy
High School Summer School
Online registration opens April 15th! All course information will be updated on Eleyo at that time. Please click on the link above to see the 2021 HSSS Brochure.
Daily Health Screening
As a part of our Return to Learn Plan, all students attending school in-person, will need to complete a daily health screening. Please note that you only have to submit the screening on the days your student is physically in class. It's very important that you do this by 7:45 am. Students will not be able to attend school in-person if the screenings are not done. This is not intended to be punitive in any way, but it is a critical measure in protecting the safety of all.
DAILY STUDENT HEALTH ASSESSMENT INSTRUCTIONS:
- Log in to your Parent Portal on PowerSchool
- Click “Student Assessment” in the banner across the top
- Answer 4 questions about your student’s health that day
- Click submit (and repeat the process for every student in your family)
It’s very important that you keep your student home if you answer “Yes” to any of the questions or your child is ill in any way. Don't forget--this doesn't mean they have to miss school. They can simply join virtually from home as they have been doing so far. We considered this in the designing of our hybrid plan.
Please call 248.823.4601 to report absences
Attendance is an important factor in your students academic success. Regular and punctual attendance is an expectation for our learning environment, regardless of the format! All student absences must be called in to our attendance hotline before school starts, the morning of your student’s absence (248.823.4601). The attendance hotline is available 24 hours per day.
Baker PTO Information
If you would like to get involved as a volunteer or receive more information about the PTO, please contact the board at email@example.com. Be sure to join the PTO Facebook Group: BakerMS PTO 2020-21.
Yearbook Order Information