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Serving students in grades 7-8
Knox News Mid-March 2018

Knox News Mid-March 2018

The Knox News mid-March edition of our newsletter is available now to read or print:

Meet the Coaches Night March 26

All spring sport athletes, from modified through varsity levels, must attend this meeting with a parent or guardian.

Johnstown Track & Field Apparel Sale

Gear can be seen, ordered, and paid for online through March 21st at this link:

Fundraiser: 8 Pin-No Tap Bowling April 21

Sir Bills Lacrosse is hosting their second Annual 8 Pin-No Tap Bowling Fundraiser on April 21 at Perry Lanes. Don’t get left out, sign up now!

JHS PTSA Officer Openings for 2018-19

Executive Committee of the Johnstown High School PTSA needs your help to fill Officer openings for the 2018-2019 School Year

Odyssey of the Mind Regional Competition

Odyssey of the Mind Regional Competition

Come support Johnstown teams on Sat., March 10 at FFCS. Admission is free! See the schedule here:

Knox Bassoonist Part of NYS Honor Band

Knox Bassoonist Part of NYS Honor Band

Cecelia D’Amore selected to perform with NYS Band Directors Association’s Middle School Honor Band

Johnstown Baseball Apparel Sale

Apparel can be seen, ordered, and paid for online. Storefront is open until Friday, March 16. Delivery by April 11.

Make It Monday – Spring Schedule

Make It Monday – Spring Schedule

Make cool crafts after school two Mondays a month! Open to all Knox students; no need to sign-up

2018 Spring Sports Start Dates

Start dates, times and locations for spring sports practices are as follows:

More Information

Recycle for Knox

Two ways you can donate your cans and bottles to benefit Knox School Climate Activities: 1. Drop off donation to C&M Bottle Return Center, 201 West State Street; or 2. Drop off at Knox and we will deliver them for you (use bottle & can box in school front hallway). As always, thank you for your support!

Price Chopper Tools for Schools

By enrolling your AdvantEdge card in the Tools for Schools program, you will help OUR school earn a share of $400,000 in FREE education equipment! Visit the Price Chopper Tools for Schools website to enroll and support our school.

Reporting Bullying Concerns

All students are encouraged to report any incident of bullying. They may talk to any trusted adult in the school, or anonymously submit a bully reporting form, available in the Guidance Office. Students may report for themselves, or out of concern and compassion for someone else who is a target of bullying. One of the questions on the form is “Who are you worried about?” When adults become aware of who the bully’s targets are, and when and where the bullying is happening, they can focus their attention on those students who are being bullied. Ideally, this knowledge will enable adults to witness the bullying themselves and they can intervene appropriately, or the bully will cease his/her behavior due to the adult presence. In all cases, the main goal is for every student to feel safe in school.

If you have questions or concerns about bullying, please feel free to contact the main office at 762-3711 or the guidance office at 762-3726.