August 19, 2021 Update
Wrapping up our Summer of 2021, the main portion of THS construction has reached completion. The new band hall and marching area addition has reached completion. You can see the THS 2021-2022 marching band practicing in their new marching area, below. The new marching area also serves as a designated parking lot for our visiting school districts. The old THS front office has been fully converted into new district personnel office spaces.The student and staff entrance for THS has officially moved from the west, to the east side of the building where you can see the words “TROY High School” on the side of the new addition. Please know, access to THS will only be granted on the east side of the building now – the new addition.
June 22, 2021 Update
Now that school is out and summer has offically begun, new construction has also begun at THS while other construction projects have reached near-completion. The new THS front entrance and office is now open. THS office staff have moved over to their new offices as the now ‘old’ THS office is being re-constructed into new District personnel offices. The THS new main entrance is complete and in-use, with additional security measures to-be-installed soon. The new THS hallway and classroom addition has reached completion, as some ELA teachers have already moved into their new classrooms! To the right of the new THS ‘ELA’ hallway is the new Media Center and Library which is now complete minus the moving around of furniture and adding of books, of course!
May 5, 2021 Update
Wrapping up the 20-21 school year, construction projects have come a long way. The Troy High School new Band Ensemble addition is making great progress, now displaying that the doors and windows have been installed in late April. The Mays Elementary School classroom additions are ready for use (see #1 and #4). The MES classroom additions come equipped with an outside-the-classroom section for group sessions, or sight-word lessons (see #3 and #4). Additionally, the new MES hallways include water-fountains that have water-bottle refilling stations for your child’s safety (see #2). The new entrance to Troy High School is nearing completion. If you look closely, you can see a painting on the interior walls of the new THS entrance! What does it say?
March 11, 2021 Update
As we head out for spring break 2021, the brickwork for the walls surrounding the new band ensemble room at Troy High School is complete. The new concession stands and restrooms at the Troy ISD baseball/softball complex have reached completion, as well. The windows have been completed on the new front entrance at THS, and the concrete has been laid for the loading dock and drive-way to the cafeteria. More updates to follow!
January 15, 2021 Update
Welcome to the new year, 2021! Construction is in full-force, laying the framework for the new band ensemble room addition at Troy High School. The sidewalk connecting RMMS and MES is now complete, along with the completion of the new entrance/exit driveway in the teacher parking lot at THS. The main building new entrance masonry at THS has reached a stopping point, and windows have been installed! The THS classroom additions and hallway have been bricked and windows have been installed. We should see a lot more completion of projects throughout this year!
December 18, 2020 Update
As we leave for Christmas/New Year break, construction at Troy High School is taking a new turn. Adding on to the current THS bandhall, a new band ensemble room for the THS Band is being excavated for construction to begin. There is a newly developing entrance and exit also being excavated in the teachers parking lot in order to make room for a new marching band practice area. Troy High School’s main building new entrance is still being bricked, and the bricks are being cleaned! The THS classroom additions/hallway has been bricked and window installation will happen, soon. Overall, the construction progress for the year 2020 looks great!
December 4, 2020 Update
As we return from Thanksgiving break, a lot of progress has been made. A new swing set has been added to Mays Elementary School’s new playground. Construction has begun on the new concession stand and restrooms for the Baseball and Softball Complex at THS. Meanwhile, the brickwork masonry is underway for THS additions and looks magnificent.
November 13, 2020 Update
The new playground additions at Mays Elementary School are beginning to come together and look fantastic! Construction on the new classroom additions at RMMS is substantially complete; here is a look at the classrooms. A new greenhouse has since been put up at THS, while the woodworking and carpentry shop is coming along nicely.
October 29, 2020 Update
A lot can change in three weeks! As we end the month of October 2020, construction has begun on a sidewalk connecting Raymond Mays Middle School and Mays Elementary School. Meanwhile, Troy High School’s tennis courts are complete, making a total of four new courts. The new woodworking and carpentry shop (1) at THS is also progressing wonderfully. The siding is being completed for Troy High School’s classroom, media center (3), and new entrance (2) additions.
October 7, 2020 Update
Troy Elementary School has a new and completed playground with two new playscapes and a new fence that secures the safety of the children while at recess. Meanwhile, Mays Elementary School’s classroom additions are close to completion, and Raymond Mays Middle School’s classroom additions are complete. Troy High School’s classroom additions, media center and tennis courts are moving along nicely.
July 21, 2020 Update
The Troy Trojan Football field has been completed and ready for Fall football. The asphalt pavement has been laid, smoothed and compacted for the new student and staff parking lot at THS. The groundwork for two new additions to the THS tennis courts has also begun.
June 24, 2020 Update
The New Troy Trojan Football field looks great with it’s new turf, and the cement is being poured for the new main entrance, media center, and classrooms at THS. The groundwork has begun for the construction of the new student and staff parking lot at THS.
June 7, 2020 Update
It is finally the middle of the year and construction is making headway on our Troy Trojan Football Field, the Mays Elementary School hallway extension, and the Raymond Mays Middle School classroom extensions.
May 21, 2020 Update
Rounding to the end of May 2020, the new main entrance, media center and agriculture classrooms at THS have cleared the ground so that the frame can continue progressing. The structural frame for the extension to the third (Pre-K) hallway at MES are up and coming right along. The new classrooms at RMMS have walls up and are waiting to be covered in brick.
April 21, 2020 Update
As we approach the end of April 2020, the new main entrance and parking-lot extension for THS, along with the Trojan Football Field are under construction and making progress. Classroom extensions at MES and RMMS are continuing to develop nicely.
March 4, 2020 Update
Construction continues on the classroom additions to Mays Elementary School and Raymond Mays Middle School.
February 17, 2020 Update
Construction has begun on the classroom additions at Mays Elementary School and at Raymond Mays Middle School. Site excavation is underway as workers prepare to lay the foundation. The projects include new classrooms at both campuses, as well as renovations and improvements at Mays Elementary School.
November 8, 2019 Update
Construction and renovation planning is progressing according to schedule. The Troy ISD Board of Trustees has selected Mazanec Construction of Waco to be the Construction Manager At-Risk, which means they will manage the various construction projects across all four Troy ISD campuses. Construction is anticipated to begin as early as January of 2020 and will be completed in phases so as to minimize disruptions at the campuses. As construction begins, updates will be posted here frequently.
August 12, 2019 Update
On May 4, 2019, Troy ISD voters approved an $18.25 million bond package that will fund facilities improvements at all campuses. The factors contributing to the board’s decision to call the bond election were projected enrollment growth, a goal of expanding student opportunities, and the fact that the 1999 bond package will be retired in August of 2019. The first project to be completed with bond proceeds is the new parent drop-off and pick-up drive at Mays Elementary School. Presently, the Troy ISD Board of Trustees and district administrators are in consultation with architects and construction company personnel as they plan the improvements coming in the months ahead. More information will be posted here as work gets underway. Thank you, Troy ISD voters, for your support as we work to provide quality classroom, career and technical education, athletics, and fine arts spaces for our students.