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The district’s reopening plan is now available.

COMPLETE REOPENING PLAN | COVID-19 TESTING | CONTACT TRACING | PLAN FOR REMOTE LEARNING |

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July, 2020

GJSD Reopening Plan

The Greater Johnstown School District’s Reopening Plan is available now to print or read as a PDF document:

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Recording of 7/30/20 School Reopening Parent Meeting available

District officials held a School Reopening: Teaching & Learning Parent Meeting on July 30. A recording of the meeting is posted below. Video of reopening plan parent meeting

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Board of Ed Meeting Wednesday, July 29

The 6:30 p.m. virtual meeting will be livestreamed for public viewing, as follows:

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GJSD voters approve $38.9 million budget

Voters of the Greater Johnstown School District approved a $38.9 million budget for the 2020-21 school year in a July 28 revote, with 1,382 in favor and 731 opposed – a margin of 65%. Because the proposed 5.0% tax levy increase exceeds the district’s state-calculated “cap,” a supermajority (60%) was required for passage. “We appreciate […]

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2020-21 proposed budget Q&A

What is Johnstown’s proposed school district budget and tax levy for 2020-21? Johnstown’s 2020-21 budget is a needs-based spending plan that keeps the district on course toward educational excellence and fiscal sustainability. The proposed $38,975,289 budget calls for a 2.9% spending increase over this year’s operating budget, while the projected tax levy would increase by […]

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Residents to reconsider $38.97 million proposed school budget on July 28

Greater Johnstown School District residents will be asked to reconsider a $38.97 million proposed spending plan for the 2020-21 school year during a budget revote on July 28. The proposed budget includes a 2.92% spending increase and a tax levy increase of 5%, which is above the district’s calculated tax levy “cap.” A supermajority of […]

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Proposed 2020-2021 Budget Document for July 28 Revote

A copy of the proposed 2020-2021 budget document, with required attachments, is available to view or print:

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