Looking for information about Common Core? Check out our
Common Core Resources Page
Please join us for our annual Winter Concert series! All
events will take place in the Johnstown High School
Performing Arts Center, beginning at 7 p.m.
Thursday, December 5: Pleasant Avenue Winter Concert
Monday, December 9: Warren Street Winter Concert
Tuesday, December 10: Glebe Street Winter Concert
Wednesday, December 11: Johnstown High School Winter
Monday, December 16: Knox Junior High Winter Concert
Athletic Schedule for
week of Dec. 9-14. Before
heading out to a game, match or meet, please visit schedulestar.com
to check for any changes.
Annual Fruit Sale: Band & Chorus students from JHS and
Knox, together with Winter Guard members, will be
accepting orders for the annual Blue Freedom Fruit Sale
fundraiser through December 4. Please see one of these students to
order, or email
for a flyer. Fruit is expected to arrive December 18.
sure to tune in to "WMHT
Talks Education" at 10 p.m. on Thursday,
November 21. Johnstown's new integrated half-day course
for seniors, "The Learning Project," will be one of
several innovative Capital District educational programs
highlighted in the broadcast. (Where
to find WMHT on your tv)
Purple & Gold Clothing Sale! Turn in your
order form & payment to
your physical education teacher by November 5; items
will be delivered to school the week of December 9.
Questions? Contact the Johnstown Athletic Office @
New York State Governor
Andrew Cuomo has designated October 28 - November 1, 2013 as
School Board Recognition Week.
Click here to learn more.
Parent Request Form for Teacher or
Principal Evaluation Score
Corner: What's going on at Jansen Ave. School?
Warren Street Elementary is one of only
353 schools in all of NYS to Receive "Reward School" status for
2013-14 academic year
Calendar Updates: March 12, 2014 will now be a half
day; not a full conference day as originally scheduled.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for
New legislation requires all
homeowners receiving a Basic STAR exemption to register
with the NYS Tax Dept. in order to receive the exemption
in 2014 and beyond. Please visit the
NYS Dept. of Tax & Finance web
site to learn more about the School Tax
Relief Program and how to register.
Application for Free & Reduced
Meals for 2013-14 School Year Available Here
Board Adopts School Tax Rates for
Message from NYS Education
Commissioner John King regarding results of April 2013
math and ELA assessments;
Commissioner King's Test Score
Letter to Parents
Johnstown School Community Comes
out to Play and "Stuffs the Bus" to Help Neighbors in
Wondering what news you may have missed?
web articles previously posted on our site can be
accessed in our
The Greater Johnstown School District Universal
Pre-kindergarten program continues to accept
applications for the 2013-2014 school year for children
residing in the district who will turn four years old on or before December 1, 2013.
This program does not require income eligibility. In the
event the program is full at the time the application is
received, the student will be placed on a waiting list,
to be contacted in the event a slot opens during the
course of the school year.
Important Influenza Information from the NYS Dept. of
York State Public Health Law Section 613 requires that
schools post influenza educational material. Parents and
caregivers are encouraged to refer to the
NYSDOH Seasonal Flu Guide for Parents,
or visit the
NYS Dept of Health web site.
York State Report Cards
Each spring, the New York State Department of Education
releases various statistics and information about NYS
school districts (e.g., enrollment figures; annual
results on Regents examinations, Regents Competency
Tests and ELA, math and science state test results,
etc.) from the previous school year, to help to keep the
public informed about the performance of public schools.
To view current and past NYS school report cards for
Johnstown (or any other school district), please visit
Local Government Financial Data Available Online
The New York State Comptroller's Office makes local government financial data
available through their
Open Book New York Web site. The site contains
revenue and spending data for more than 3,100 counties,
cities, towns, villages, schools and fire districts
dating back to 1996 and is intended to be updated quarterly.
The data is from local government financial reports
filed with the Division of Local Government and School
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