Recycle for Knox Over the Summer

Recycle for Knox Over the Summer

Help support Knox Climate Activities by recycling cans & bottles at C&M Bottle Return Center over the summer

Summer School Registration for Knox Students

Due to construction, effective Mon., June 26, summer school registration for Knox students will take place at Warren Street Elementary

Free Bag Lunches for Kids July 5 – August 15

Free Bag Lunches for Kids July 5 – August 15

For children 18 and under, Monday – Friday, Noon – 1 p.m., at the Band Shell on Main Street

Summer Recreation 2017

Summer Recreation 2017

See the schedule of summer rec opportunities for Johnstown students:

Knox News June 2017

Knox News June 2017

The Knox June Newsletter is available now to view or print:

Knox June Calendar

Knox June Calendar

Please take note of these important dates and events coming up during month of June at Knox Junior High:

Summer Reading & Math Programs

Sharpen your reading & math skills this summer with fun programs through the Johnstown Public Library and online sources

Fleming & Eaton Part of USA Field Hockey’s Futures Regional Tournament

Fleming & Eaton Part of USA Field Hockey’s Futures Regional Tournament

Among top 35 U14 field hockey players in NYS

Sandra G. Morley Student Leadership Awards

Sandra G. Morley Student Leadership Awards

Twelve GJSD students recognized during ceremony at Hudson Valley Community College

Knox Junior High 2016-17 3rd Qtr Honor Roll

Congratulations to the following students, named to the Knox High Honor and Honor Rolls for the third quarter:

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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.