Join us in thanking our Board of Education
January 2022 is School Board Recognition Month and our school district would like to thank you each of our board of education members for their incredible service to our community and our public schools.
School board members in Troy Public Schools, USD 429 supported and lead our district through an unprecedented pandemic. Additionally, school board members develop policies and make important decisions that help shape the future of our education system. They are entrusted by this community with the responsibility of an annual budget of $6.7 million, 350 students, 80 employees and three buildings.
This January, please join us as we thank our school board members for volunteering their time, for fulfilling this very important civic responsibility, and for advocating on behalf of every child in our community
The people serving Troy Public Schools, USD 429 and their years of service are: Nikia Weber (13 years), Jason Winder (7 years), Stephen Bowe (2 years), Nathan Geiger (10 years) Tim Grable (2 years), Jennifer Luedke (9 Years), Annika Franken (New Member)
Troy Schools, USD 429
Pictured from left to right: Tim Grable, Stephen Bowe, Nathan Geiger, Jason Winder, Annika Franken, Nikia Weber, and Jennifer Luedke
USD 429 Parents and Guardians:
As we continue to keep our schools open, students in school, and a full slate of extra-curricular activities, we are continuing to update the Covid protocols and polices when those policies and guidelines are modified by the CDC, KDHE, and the Doniphan County Health Department. The following updates have been approved by the USD 429 board of education.
2022 TVL Tourney Brackets - @ Frankfort
THS Boys will be the #5 seed and play Valley Heights at 2:30 p.m. at Frankfort on Sat., Jan. 15th.
THS Girls will be the #7 seed and play BV Randolph at 4 p.m. at Frankfort on Sa.t, Jan. 15th.
Good Luck Trojans!
The Troy High Scholars Bowl team took first place in Wetmore High's annual scholars bowl tournament on January 8th with a record of 6-1. Holton had a tying record, but Troy beat Holton in their round.
Addison Slater (J), Mackail Lake (S), Luke Clary (S), Jack Hartman (F), Brogan Morris (Soph)
Congratulations!! You make us proud!!
Doniphan County Special Education Cooperative has an opening for a MIS Data/Administrative Assistant. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
High School diploma required; Associate’s degree or higher preferred. Experience working in an office setting preferred. Knowledge of record keeping and bookkeeping procedures preferred. Knowledge of Webkidss and/or IEP’s preferred.
Please send cover letter, resume and three professional references to Shay Carter, Director at email@example.com by January 7, 2022.
The Middle School Lady Trojans faced off against Axtell and Doniphan West on Saturday in Highland. In the first contests against Axtell B team, the Lady Trojans B lost 8-5 with scoring from Tillie Keller of three points and Alyson Grable adding the other two. The A team finished with a win over Axtell with a score of 33-16. Scoring was led by Harper Whetstine with 19, followed by Mackenna Thomas with 4; while Alyson Grable, Nicole Judd and Gracy McConnaughey added 2.
In the second contest of the day the Lady Trojans took on Doniphan West and were able to defeat them in both the A and B games. The B team won 10-7 with all of the points coming from Zoie Uplinger. The A team was able to win a close game with a final score of 31-30. Scoring was led by Harper Whetstine with 24 points, followed by Alyson Grable with 3, and Mckenna Thomas and Nicole Judd each adding 2. The Lady Trojans will take on Wetmore Monday and are at Axtell Thursday.
The Troy Trojans Middle School boys basketball team traveled to Seneca on January 6th to face the Saints Peter and Paul Trojans and participated in the mid-season tournament in Highland against the Doniphan West Mustangs and the Axtell Eagles on January 8th.
The B Team lost 19-26 to Saints Peter and Paul. Tucker Jarrett scored nine points and added four rebounds and four blocks. Aiden Rathert pulled down nine rebounds.
The A Team lost 35-36 to Saints Peter and Paul on a last second shot. Henry Geiger contributed thirteen points and eight rebounds.
However, both teams recovered from the January 6th losses by winning the mid-season tournament in Highland.
The B Team defeated the Axtell Eagles by a score of 26-21 and the Doniphan West Mustangs by a final of 28-15. Tucker Jarrett scored nine points in each game, and Aiden Rathert tallied twenty-three rebounds on the day. Colton Luedke brought down eighteen rebounds for the afternoon.
The A Team defeated the Axtell Eagles 37-35 in overtime. This is the first time the Axtell A Team has lost this season. The A Team defeated the Doniphan West Mustangs 49-42. Henry Geiger led the team with thirty-five points on the day. Kaston Jasper scored fifteen points against Doniphan West.
After the week’s action, the B Team record stands at 6-2, and A Team record improves to 5-3.
Troy hosts the Wetmore Cardinals on Monday, January 10th, and travel to Axtell for a rematch against the Eagles on January 13th.
The Troy Trojans Middle School boys basketball team had a rough night in Seneca against Saints Peter and Paul on January 6th.
The B Team lost 19-26. Tucker Jarrett scored nine points and added four rebounds and four blocks. Aiden Rathert pulled down nine rebounds.
The A Team lost 35-36 on a last second shot. Henry Geiger contributed thirteen points and eight rebounds.
The losses place the B Team record at 4-2 and the A Team record at 3-3.