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December, 2017

Indoor Walking at Warren

Warren Street Elementary School will be open for community walking from 6 – 8 p.m., Monday – Thursday evenings, excluding holidays and vacation days. This program will run January 2 – March 29, 2018.

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Math Olympiad Team Explores Mobius Band

Math Olympiad Team Explores Mobius Band

This morning, the Warren Street Math Olympiad team learned about Mathematician August Ferdinand Möbius and his famous Möbius loop/band/strip.

The team guessed how many surfaces and edges in cylinders and the loop, and then completed the task of creating one!

Following Mr. Chamberlain’s suggestion, Mrs. Connelie went home and made a cylinder and Möbius loop out of Fruit by the Foot. Snacks will never be served the same way again!

Special thanks to Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Novotny for their guest instruction today! What a treat for us all!

 

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A Little Holiday Music at the Senior Center

A Little Holiday Music at the Senior Center

The Grade 6 Chorus, Jazz Band and Small Ensemble made a special visit to the Johnstown Senior Center this morning and entertained with holiday favorites and a Sing-a-long.

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Dismissal Notice

*Reminder*

Students who ride the bus or the shuttle dismiss at 3:10.
Students who are walking or get picked up dismiss at 3:15.

All buses must leave Glebe prior to the release of students who are walking or getting picking up. We realize this may be a change from your previous school. All of the buses go to each of the three elementary school to pick up students and Glebe happens to be first!

*We have two dismissal doors for walkers and students getting picked up – one for second grade on the side of the building and and third grade dismisses out front. This seems to speed up the process!

For safety reasons, we cannot allow students to be signed out from the office between 3:00 & 3:10. During this time, our employees are working very hard to prepare for a safe dismissal. While we understand that some days, we do not dismiss walkers/those getting picked up until 3:18… or so… the delay is because we are making sure everyone is where they are supposed to be, thus ensuring the safety of ALL of our students.

Thank you for your patience as we prepare each day for the safe dismissal of over two hundred children, in ten minutes.

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Athletes of the Week – Bowling

Athletes of the Week – Bowling

Congratulations to Ethan Hadcock and Andrew Sitterly. These students have demonstrated Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Responsibility.  They have worked hard on the lanes as well as in the classroom to improve and achieve at the highest academic and athletic levels.

Athletes of the Week for Bowling: Ethan Hadcock and Andrew Sitterly

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Knox News Mid-December 2017

Knox News Mid-December 2017

The Mid-December 2017 Knox News in PDF format is available to print using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program.

Make a Wish. Share the Power of a Wish.

Knox Student Council sponsored their annual Make-A-Wish Campaign. The 7th grade students purchased 188 stars and the 8th graders purchased 168 stars. A total of $354.00 will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  Thank you to all of the students and staff that participated.

Important Dates to Remember

  • Dec. 14-Knox Winter Concert 7:00pm
  • Dec. 15-Qtr. 2 Progress Reports Distributed
  • Dec. 20-PTSA mtg. 6:00pm Knox library (please note date & time change)
  • Dec. 25-Jan. 1-Holiday Recess-SCHOOL IS CLOSED
  • Jan. 2-School Resumes
  • Jan. 15-Martin Luther King Day Observed-SCHOOL IS CLOSED
  • Jan. 12-PTSA Dance 7:00-9:00pm
  • Jan. 26-Superintendent’s Conference Day-NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Historical Walking Tour

Knox students recently went on their annual Johnstown “Historical Walking Tour.” The trip included  visits to the School Museum, Knox Mansion, Drumm House, Historical Society Building, Burke Inn, St. Johns Church, Fulton County Court House, Johnstown Fire Dept., and the Johnstown Post Office for the students to “snail mail” their thankful letters.

History Fair

Students in Mrs. Sweeney’s Social Studies classes completed their group assignment by holding a “History Fair.” Students worked in small groups researched and created fictional identity based on “Who’s Who of the Late 19th Century.” The displays included a variety of people that made up our country.

Knox students, staff, and parents enjoyed the “History Fair,” which was held on December 8th.

Holiday Cards for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Throughout the past month, students volunteered to make holiday cards for the children at St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Students created the holiday cards in  the guidance office when they had free time.  This year a total of 115 cards were made. Thank you to all of the students that participated and to Mrs. Yetto for coordinating this wonderful holiday tradition.

Mr. Satterlee, Knox Health teacher, incorporated making cards with his psychological health unit. A great job was done by all of his students.

 

 

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Holiday Cards for Children at St. Jude’s

Holiday Cards for Children at St. Jude’s

Throughout the past month, students volunteered to make holiday cards for the children at St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Students created the holiday cards in  the guidance office when they had free time. Mr. Satterlee, Knox health teacher, also incorporated card-making into his psychological health unit and his students did a great job.

This year a total of 115 cards were made. Thank you to all of the students that participated and to Knox Guidance Counselor Mrs. Yetto for coordinating this wonderful holiday tradition.

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Knox History Fair 2017

Knox History Fair 2017

Students in Mrs. Sweeney’s Social Studies classes completed a group assignment by holding a “History Fair.” Students working in small groups researched and created fictional identities based on “Who’s Who of the Late 19th Century.” The displays included a variety of people that made up our country. Knox students, staff, and parents were invited to browse the displays at the History Fair, which was held on December 8th.

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Historical Walking Tour

Historical Walking Tour

Knox students recently completed their annual Johnstown “Historical Walking Tour.” The trip included  visits to the School Museum, Knox Mansion, Drumm House, Historical Society Building, Burke Inn, St. Johns Church, Fulton County Court House, Johnstown Fire Department and, finally, the Johnstown Post Office so that the students could “snail mail” their thank you letters.

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Student Council Continues Holiday Donations

Student Council Continues Holiday Donations

students line up with shopping carts for group photo at Target storeThe Johnstown High School Student Council Club recently completed its second annual Adopt-a-Family holiday donation. Partnering with Catholic Charities of Fulton-Montgomery Counties, Student Council members have been working to raise funds since the beginning of the school year, in order to provide Christmas presents to families in need in local communities. Beginning with a bake sale, the students also hosted the district’s homecoming dance and collected donations from JHS staff members to raise funds.

group poses with wrapped presentsAfter receiving information regarding the families from Catholic Charities, the officers of the club (Trey Stover, Lauryn Wilson, Emily Clizbe, Rachel Lee, Samantha Simon, Alexis Houser, Noah Massey, Molly Lake, Noah Champlin, and Riley Hall) went shopping for gifts on Sunday, December 10th. On the following Wednesday, December 13th, a large number of club members met to wrap the presents, which were then delivered by Presidents Riley Hall and Rachel Lee, together with Vice Presidents Emily Clizbe and Lauryn Wilson.

This donation has been a focus of Student Council during the first part of the school year. Senior President Riley Hall said of the donation that “It is a fantastic way to get involved in the community. I know the other officers enjoy not only getting to help those in need, but it is a fun trip for us as well.”

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