Knox News March 2020

A PDF copy of the March 2020 Knox News is available to print. The full text is also available below:

Upcoming Dates:

  • March 2-One Hour Early Dismissal-Knox Dismissal at 1:10pm
  • March 3-PTECH Visit/Interview Day
  • March 4-All City Concert -7:00pm at JPAC
  • March 6-AG-PTECH Visit/Interview Day
  • March 11-8th Graders are Invited to Freshman Information Night, 5:00 p.m. @ JHS Lecture Hall-Please RSVP to Knox Office
  • March 14-Odyssey of The Mind Competition
  • March 17-8th Grade Field Trip to Albany Convention Center
  • March 19-March Madness-6:00pm at Knox
  • March 20-NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS-Superintendent’s Conference Day
  • March 21-First Day of Spring
  • March 24-NYS Testing-8th Grade Visit to JHS
  • March 25-NYS Testing-8th Grade Visit to JHS
  • March 27-HFM Career and Technical Education Assembly
    • Knox Dance 6:00-8:00 pm
      • Any student planning on attending the dance must be in good standing both behaviorally and academically. That means if you are failing 2 or more classes you will need ALL S’s on your weekly progress report
  • April 6-One Hour Early Dismissal-Knox Dismissal at 1:10pm
  • April 8-PTSA-6:00pm
  • April 10-Good Friday Observed-NO SCHOOL
  • April 10-17 Spring Recess-NO SCHOOL

Congratulations “Students of the Week”

  • January 31-Caleb Sanjurjo, Nominated by Mrs. Yetto
  • February 7-David Cook, Nominated by Mr. Trojan
  • February 14-Sarah Avery, Nominated by Mrs. Brower
  • February 28– Savanah Eiss, Nominated by Mrs. Stock

Candidates Needed for Board of Education

On May 19, 2020, voters in the Greater Johnstown School District will have the opportunity to elect three individuals to serve three-year terms on the district’s nine-member Board of Education. We need good people to step forward to help shape the future!

Board members must be at least 18 years old, qualified to vote in the school district, able to read and write, and a resident of the school district for at least one year before the election. They cannot be employees of the school. There can only be one board member in a household.

In order to appear on the Greater Johnstown School District ballot, candidates must file a nominating petition with the School District Clerk, signed by 100 qualified district voters. You do not need to be affiliated with a political party. Nominating Petitions are available in the District Business Office and on the school website: www.johnstownschools.org. Completed petitions must be received by the District Clerk no later than 5 p.m. on April 29, 2020.

If you would like more information, please call the School District Clerk at 518-762-4611 ext. 3119

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