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JEPTA Fall Festival Friday, Oct. 27

Fall Festival
Friday, October 27th
Warren Street 6 – 7:30 pm

WEAR YOUR HALLOWEEN COSTUMES
AND GO THROUGH OUR
TRICK OR TREAT TRAIL!!

We will also have
Face Painting, a Family Photo Booth,
Crafts, Games and more!

Admission is free.
All Children must be accompanied by an adult and
in the Johnstown school district.

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Johnstown Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 28

Johnstown Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 28

Johnstown Fall Festival

Sponsored by JHS Key Club

When: October 28, Noon-2:00 PM

Halloween Parade for children in costumes
Where: Line up at City Hall – Begins at noon

What: Activities for children in the city park
following the parade

Trick or Treat in the stores
(look for the pumpkins in the windows)

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Transportation Reminder Regarding Bus Changes

The HFM BOCES Regional Transportation Service is reminding all parents and guardians to submit any requests for changes in student pick-up or drop-off locations to your school’s main office.

As student safety is a top priority, procedures are in place to ensure that students are accounted for at all times and transported to the appropriate destination. Bus drivers are not authorized to accept requests directly from parents or students. All requests must be submitted to the school’s main office, and the school will notify Regional Transportation.

Also, once a student boards a bus, it is the bus driver’s responsibility to ensure that student arrives at his/her designated drop-off location. Students must remain on the bus unless the driver is contacted by the Regional Transportation office.

Information regarding specific processes and procedures for requesting transportation changes are posted on our webpage at http://www.johnstownschools.org/departments/transportation/.

In the event of an emergency, please contact the main office at your child’s school and they will notify Regional Transportation.

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Music Dept. T-Shirt Sale

Music Dept. T-Shirt Sale

 

Students will be encouraged to wear music t-shirts or school colors on concert days to promote the performance and to show music department spirit throughout the year. Available in youth M & L, and adult S, M, L, XL, 2XL, & 3XL, the t-shirt color will be “daisy” yellow with purple & gold graphics. The cost is $10 per shirt and profits will help fund the annual “Day of Music.” Order forms and payment are due by October 23, 2017 – turn them in to your music teacher.

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Announcements Thurs., Oct. 12

Announcements Thurs., Oct. 12

Thursday, October 12

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Reaping the Rewards of a Summer Challenge

Reaping the Rewards of a Summer Challenge

Sixteen sixth graders kept their thinking caps on and tackled our Warren Street summer challenge during July and August. They completed 15 IXL math skills, read two books and filled out a graphic organizer. As a reward for keeping their learning skills sharp all summer long, they were treated to a pizza and ice cream sandwich party on Thursday, October 5th.

Congratulations to these students for completing our summer challenge:  Cole Preston, Ayden Swedick, Fardeen Patel, Carter Cheney, Connor Sitts, Quinn Daly, Colin Cotter, Caleb Sanjurjo, Jocelyn Bush, Tara Sweeney, Chelsea Johnson, Marlee Trajlinek, Zoie Tesi, Makenzie Riley, Jordyn Tarbox, and Jena Barker.

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Warren Street October Newsletter

Warren Street October Newsletter

Warren Street’s October Newsletter is available now to view or print: WSN October 2017

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Warren Street AR 2017-2018

Warren Street AR 2017-2018

See the theme for Warren Street’s Accelerated Reader Program in the slide show below:

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Enjoy these scenes from Warren’s AR Kickoff Assembly:

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Join Odyssey of the Mind

Join Odyssey of the Mind

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What is Odyssey of the Mind?

  • A fun extracurricular enrichment program where students use creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving skills
  • Students work in teams of five to seven members to create a solution to a chosen problem, which is performed at competition
  • Although there is an adult coach, the program is totally student driven
  • Students build 21st century skills that they can use in the real world
  • Teams usually meet at least once a week (starting later in October), possibly more often when closer to competition in March

Who we are looking for:

  • Johnstown students in 2nd – 12th grades (program is expanding this year)
  • Students who work well with their peers
  • Students who are willing to make a commitment to a group and stick with it
  • Students who have problem-solving skills and don’t need an adult to always tell them what to do
  • Students who enjoy a challenge and want to have fun
  • Students who like to be creative
  • Parent volunteers who are willing to help out/coach a team (the number of teams we are able to form depends on how many parents step forward)

What to do if you want to join:

  • Fill out attached sign up sheet and return to your school NO LATER than September 29th
  • Glebe Street Students & Parents are invited to attend an informational meeting on September 28th after your Open House at 7 p.m.
  • Attend our required kick-off meeting at Warren Street School on Wednesday, October 25th to learn more about the program, get to know your team, and schedule meeting times with your coach
  • If you have questions, contact Mrs. Kristin Meashaw (Program Coordinator and Warren Street Teacher) at kmeashaw@johnstownschools.org

 

 

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Youth Field Hockey Play Days

Youth Field Hockey Play Days

On Sunday, September 10th, Johnstown Field Hockey’s Youth Program hosted the first of four youth field hockey play days at Knox Field. The youth program is in it’s sixth year and is designed for students in grades 3-6.

Twelve schools from Section 2 brought a total of 31 teams comprised of 230 players to participate in the round robin tournament. Participating schools were Johnstown, Gloversville, Saratoga, Shenenedehowa, Bethlehem, Columbia, Scotia, South Glens Falls, Glens Falls, Hoosick Falls, Guilderland, and Burnt Hills.

Johnstown’s youth program will play again Sunday, September 17th, at Shenendehowa, September 24th at Burnt Hills, and will conclude it’s season on September 30th at South Glens Falls.

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