237 Belmar Blvd.
Avon Lake, OH 44012
Telephone: (440) 933-2701
Attendance: (440) 930-8297
Fax: (440) 930-7005
School Hours: 7:45-2:30
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Please see PTA page for the latest information about important dates, events, and membership. Coming soon Troy Facebook Page.
Avon Lake's Bicentennial Celebration starts July 2018 and we need your feedback. Please fill out this quick survey to help us plan a celebration that everyone can enjoy. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete. Here is the link: http://conta.cc/2fbFKNj
Here is a list of our important 2017-18 dates. Please check the principal blog for more updated information closer to the time of the events:
TROY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Parents, teachers, staff and friends, when you shop at The Rock Pile, GFS and Heinen’s please let these businesses know that you support The Avon Lake City Schools Foundation and a portion of your sale will automatically be donated to the Foundation! The Foundation’s mission is to provide an ongoing source of funding for educational enrichment opportunities at all grade levels throughout the District that are not covered by the state funded curriculum. Together, we can enrich learning, enhance excellence and make a positive difference!
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|Avon Lake City Schools Foundation|
|New interactive lunch menu|
Troy Intermediate School is considered a Title 1 school by the state of Ohio. Therefore, we receive some money from the state of Ohio, to help some of our students achieve to their best abilities. We utilize the funds to hire tutors and purchase materials to support student understanding and achievement. Below is a general description of the Title 1 provision. Title I ("Title One"), a provision of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act passed in 1965, is a program created by the United States Department of Education to distribute funding to schools and school districts with a high percentage of students from low-income families. Funding is distributed first to state educational agencies (SEAs) which then allocate funds to local educational agencies (LEAs) which in turn dispense funds to public schools in need. Title I also helps children from families that have migrated to the United States and youth from intervention programs who are neglected or at risk of abuse. The act appropriates money for educational purposes for the next five fiscal years until it is reauthorized. In addition, Title I appropriates money to the education system for prevention of dropouts and the improvement of schools. These appropriations are carried out for five fiscal years until reauthorization. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, to be an eligible Title I school, at least 40% of a school's students must be from low-income families who qualify under the United States Census's definition of low-income, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
7:45am - 2:30pm