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Announcements Thursday, Dec. 14

Announcements Thursday, Dec. 14

Thursday, December 14, 2017

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Winter Concerts Scheduled for Dec. 13, 14 & 20

All are welcome to come enjoy the following Winter Concert events, featuring performances by our student  choral and instrumental groups:

  • Johnstown High School Winter Concert, Wednesday, December 13
  • Knox Junior High School Winter Concert, Thursday, December 14
  • Warren Street Elementary Winter Concert, Wednesday, December 20

Shows begin at 7 p.m. and are held at the Johnstown High School Performing Arts Center.

This is no charge for admission, however, we are collecting for the local food pantry and the donation of a non-perishable food item \would be greatly appreciated. Collection boxes will be set up in the lobby.

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Spelling Bee December 12

If school should be closed on Tuesday, December 12, Warren Street’s Spelling Bee will be moved to Thursday, December 14.

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Letters to St. Nick, With Help From Friends

Letters to St. Nick, With Help From Friends

Warren Street’s sixth graders visited Pleasant Avenue on December 8 to offer a helping hand to younger students writing letters to the red-suited gentleman at the North Pole. This is a fun tradition at Johnstown and many of the sixth graders can remember receiving the same kind of help from older buddies not so long ago. When Santa’s checking his list to see who’s been naughty or nice, this will definitely qualify as something nice!

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Can you provide STEAM feedback?

We are holding our first STEAM Fair at Warren Street this year!

We will be looking for people in the area of STEAM to be volunteer “judges” to provide feedback to students on their projects.  We will provide feedback sheets with criteria.

Date needed:  April 26th, afternoon or early evening. Interested candidates may send an email to Warren Street Principal Nicole Lent.

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Warren Students of the Month Nov. 2017

Warren Students of the Month Nov. 2017

Congratulations to Warren Street’s Students of the Month for November.  The following students were recognized by students and staff for displaying the trait of Cooperation:  Lindsay Stanton, Elliot Haverly, Baylee Cooper, Isaac Simmons, Jillian Fudger, Alandra Oddy, Casey Lamori, Sierra Lundquist, Sabrina Stanton, Aubree Zajaczkowski, Jonathon Steenburgh, Jena Barker, Kelsey Walker, Sam Stearns (absent), Brooke Weaver, Marcus Wilson, Kurstin Wilson, and Zoey VanEtten.

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Warren Street News Dec. 2017

Warren Street News Dec. 2017

Mark Your Calendars…

word "December"

  • December 3—Sundaes with Santa & Toys for Tots Drive 12-2 pm @ JHS
  • December 6—Student Dismissal @ 11:45 Staff Dev. Day
  • December 7—Board of Ed. Mtg. 6:30 pm @ JHS
  • December 20—Warren St. Winter Concert 7 pm @ JHS PAC
  • December 25-January 1—Holiday Recess!  NO SCHOOL!

word "January"

  • January 1—Holiday Recess!  NO SCHOOL!
  • January 2—JEPTA Mtg. 6 pm @ Glebe St.
  • January 11—Board of Ed. Mtg, 6:00 pm @ JHS
  • January 15—Martin Luther King, Jr. Day NO SCHOOL!
  • January 19—2nd Marking Period Ends (report cards distributed February 2, 2018)
  • January 26—NO SCHOOL! Superintendent’s Conf. Day

Please Join Us

This year’s winter concert will be on Wednesday, December 20th, at 7:00 pm at the Johnstown High School Performing Arts Center. Everyone is welcome to attend. There is no admission fee. We hope to see you at the concert! The students have been working very hard and are excited about performing for you!

A Friendly Reminder

Per the direction of our school physician, Dr. Solby, a district-wide elementary procedure regarding home-baked foods is in effect.

As the holiday season arrives, and students bring in special treats for their classrooms, we must, again, remind you that food, other than fruits and vegetables, must have an ingredients label that the school nurse can check for allergens.

School Closings & Delays

There’s no doubt about it, inclement weather will soon be here.  Please listen to your radio or TV regarding school closings and delays.  When school is closed for the day, night time events will ordinarily be cancelled.  Regarding school delays, the following information is important:

ONE HOUR DELAY—School starts at 10:00 a.m. and breakfast is available at 9:30 a.m. Students will not be able to enter the building until after 9:30 a.m.

TWO HOUR DELAY—School starts at 11:00 a.m. and there will be no breakfast program for the day. Students will not be able to enter the building until after 10:30. a.m.


group photo of Students of the Month in school lobby holding certificates

Students pictured above are recipients of the Student of the Month award for the month of November. They were chosen by teachers and classmates for representing the character trait-Cooperation.

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Spirit of the Holidays Celebration

We would like to have some festive fun the week before the holiday break.  We are asking the students to dress up for these special holiday “spirit days.”  This is totally voluntary but we thought this would help to set the mood during this exciting week of school.

  • Monday, Dec. 18 – Holiday Colors Day – wear green & red for Christmas or blue & white for Hanukah. Break out your festive attire!
  • Tuesday, Dec 19 – Flannel Day – wear something flannel.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 20 – Holiday Socks and Headwear – show your spirit with holiday accessories like socks, jewelry, hats, and/or headbands.
  • Thursday, Dec. 21 – Ugly Sweater Day – join the staff in this traditional event. Get creative! You don’t need to spend a lot of money. Maybe you could visit a second-hand shop and decorate your own.
  • Friday, Dec. 22- Pajama Day – get comfy while we watch our school wide movie and have classroom parties (slippers are welcome, but please make sure you change into them at school).

Happy Holidays from the Warren Street Staff!

string of Christmas lights

A PDF copy of the December 2017 Warren Newsletter can be printed using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program. 

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Sign-up Now for Kids on Snow Program

Royal Mountain Ski Area is once again offering a five week Kids on Snow program for Johnstown students in grades 2 and up.

Beginning January 3, 2018, students enrolled in the program may ski or snowboard at Royal Mountain from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays for five weeks. The program includes three free lessons and a lift ticket to be used during the program hours, plus the option of ski or snowboard and helmet rental. Costs are as follows:

  • Lift ticket and three lessons, $50
  • Lift ticket, three lessons, plus ski or snowboard rental, $90
  • Lift ticket, three lessons, ski or snowboard rental, & helmet rental, $100

At the end of the five week program, all participants will also receive a one day complimentary all area lift ticket and a $10 rental voucher to use on a day of their choosing (not valid Feb. 18, 19 & 20).

All participants must pre-register. Registration forms will be sent home with students or can be printed from this page. The completed form must be returned to your school office, with payment, no later than December 21, 2017. Checks should be made payable to Royal Mountain.

The school district does NOT provide transportation for the Kids on Snow program.

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Get Your Sir Bills Sunglasses Now

Get Your Sir Bills Sunglasses Now

The Class of 2019 is selling
Sir Bills Sunglasses
$11 each

sunglasses with words "1980's style"

Please return order form and money to Lisa VanAernam at the JHS library.
Checks should be made out to the JHS Class of 2019.
Orders will be filled as supplies last.
Thank you for your support.

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All the Colors of the Rainbow

All the Colors of the Rainbow

The students of Warren Street created a large mural of self portraits in shades of the rainbow with art teachers Ms. Kelly and Mrs. Fisk. Each grade was given different colors to work with. We are so proud of how it turned out and brought the whole school together!

portraits in greens, blues and purples line the wall

portraits in shades of red orange and yellow line the wall

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