Knox Cupcake Wars 2017

Knox Cupcake Wars 2017

Congratulations to this year’s winning team, SJ2, with their team-sports theme and tribute to Knox Field!

Knox Students to see MacBeth on Stage

Knox Students to see MacBeth on Stage

Adirondack Shakespeare Company will offer live theatrical performance at JHS for Knox students

Knox Musicians at NYSSMA Solo Festival

Knox Musicians at NYSSMA Solo Festival

Students performed vocal and instrumental solos, scales and sight readings before an adjudicator

Winter Guard NYS MYCGC Champions

Winter Guard NYS MYCGC Champions

Varsity guard wins gold and jv takes bronze in NYS MYCGC. Next stop WGI Worlds in Dayton, OH

Knox April Newsletter

Knox April Newsletter

The April edition of the Knox News is available now to view or print:

Knox Yearbooks – Last Chance to Order

Knox Yearbooks – Last Chance to Order

Pay by check or money order, or order online. Cost is just $10. Deadline is April 13.

2017 Founders Day Award Winners Recognized

2017 Founders Day Award Winners Recognized

Congratulations to the following honorees, recognized for their dedication and commitment to GJSD students:

Eighth Graders Grasp Mayoral Power

Eighth Graders Grasp Mayoral Power

Students meet with current & former city mayors to gather background information for essay project

Constitutional Game Plan

Constitutional Game Plan

Seventh graders study U.S. Constitution and create lively games to teach key points to classmates

The Great RePlay at Knox

The Great RePlay at Knox

Knox Junior High School has signed up to participate in a new, cool event, The Great RePlay. Find out more here:

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Price Chopper Tools for Schools

Do you participate in the Price Chopper Tools for Schools Program? Your support can help us earn cool tools for 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.