New York State Report Cards
Each spring, the New York State Department of Education releases various statistics and information about NYS school districts (e.g., enrollment figures; accountability results by accountability measure and performance on accountability measures; annual results on Regents examinations, Regents competency tests and ELA, Math and Science state test results, etc.) from the previous school year, to help to keep the public informed about the performance of public schools and districts. The NYS Education Department releases School Report Cards on every school and district in the state. To view current and past NYS school report cards for Johnstown (or any other school district), visit https://reportcards.nysed.gov/ (External site).
Academic Intervention Services (AIS)
Academic Intervention Services (AIS) help students who are struggling to achieve the learning standards. Each school in the Greater Johnstown School District provides highly qualified, certified staff to address student needs. For frequently asked questions and answers about AIS services, please refer to the NYSUT Guide to Academic Intervention Services (External site).
The New York State Education Department mandates that all public school districts give state tests in English language arts, math and science to all students in grades 3-8. High school students in New York State are required to pass five Regents exams in order to graduate – in English, Math, U.S. History & Government, Global History and one science subject area.