Parents, please note, absolutely no medication will be dispensed without proper authorization - including non-prescription, over-the-counter drugs (i.e., Tylenol, aspirin, etc.)
Please review these rules with your student.
The Troy School District supports Michigan laws, and requires that all school staff report suspected abuse and
neglect to their supervisors or building principal, as well as reporting to proper authorities. At all times, the intent is to protect children from harm by providing services to maintain and strengthen the child’s own family.
Should you have questions, or would like more information about the Child Protection Law in Michigan, please contact Mr. Seppanen.
The Troy School District is planning to expand our compliance with this law by also conducting background checks on volunteers who will be supervising students when a Troy School District staff member is not readily accessible. Examples of such volunteers are those who drive students on field trips, parents who coach school sponsored clubs or activities that meet after school, and volunteers who supervise students on certain field trips. We feel that it is important that our parents know that we have taken these extra precautions regarding any adult who has the responsibility for supervising our students.
Parents who volunteer in this capacity will be asked to complete a form that will allow the district to complete a background check through the Michigan State Police Department. All information will be treated confidentially. Once completed, the background check will permit the parent to volunteer for similar activities at any level (elementary, middle school and high school) for this school year.
The Troy School District values its volunteers. Our parents and community volunteers provide critical support that enhances the learning and success of our students. These added measures are only being taken to ensure that our students are able to receive all of their school experiences in the safest environment possible.
Thank you for your continued support of our schools. If you have any questions
regarding this issue, please contact our school office.
Schools have been required by Public Act 368 of 1978 to collect and report the immunization
records of all new enterers to their school district each year in November
and February. Therefore, schools should have on file the records of all 6th grade students
in their district.
6th grade students are required to have received the following vaccines:
If varicella vaccine was administered after the 1st birthday and prior to the 13th birthday, only one dose is required.
Please check your immunization records to be certain that your child has all the required immunizations.