News & Announcements

Board of Education Meeting Wed., June 10

The public may live stream the meeting online or by phone, as follows:

District announces events to honor Class of 2020

The Johnstown High School administration is pleased to announce plans for the Class of 2020 Senior Celebrations. This special group of young adults has endured a senior year culminating in uncertainty, cancellations and disappointments. “We all know we cannot have the high school graduation ceremony traditionally experienced by Johnstown High School graduates, but our objective […]

Annual budget newsletter available

Learn more about the proposed 2020-21 school budget in the annual budget newsletter. A copy of the newsletter is available to view or print using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program. The newsletter was also mailed to all households in the Greater Johnstown School District. The Greater Johnstown School District recognizes the importance of ensuring […]

Knox “Restorative Justice” program makes lasting impact

Knox “Restorative Justice” program makes lasting impact


Universal Prekindergarten Request for Proposal

GJSD soliciting applications for collaboration provision of UPK services for 2020-21. Deadline for submission: June 12, 2020

Proposed 2020-2021 Budget Document

A pdf copy of the proposed 2020-21 budget document, with required attachments, is available here:

School Reopening: What do you think?

Please participate in a statewide virtual conversation about reopening schools, using this link to share thoughts & help evaluate critical issues:

Absentee Ballots and Voter Privacy

Have you wondered how absentee ballots are counted and how voter anonymity is maintained? We explain the process here:

Community survey launched for Johnstown superintendent search

Public input sought to help inform the upcoming search

Two Candidates Seeking School Board Seats

Two Candidates Seeking School Board Seats

Residents Beverly Alves and David D’Amore look to fill two of three Board of Ed seats on the June 9 ballot

Register Online for 2020-2021 UPK and Kindergarten

We are accepting online and paper registration for new Pre-K and Kindergarten students

GJSD officials set to review 2020-21 aid reductions

Federal funding to alter 2020-21 mid-year aid support. How does it affect GJSD?