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Important information about the 2023-24 school year

Important information about the 2023-24 school year

Dear GJSD Families, It may seem like summer has just started, but before we know it, the 2023-24 school year will be starting and our school buildings will be bustling with activity once again. We are excited to welcome our staff and students back to school on Wednesday, September 6. The District has undergone a […]

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Important Information from Transportation Department

Important Information from Transportation Department

Information regarding deadline to submit transportation request forms

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BOE News: D’Amore re-elected president; centralized school bus stops implemented for 23-24

The Greater Johnstown School District’s Board of Education held its annual reorganizational meeting and first business meeting of the 2023-24 school year on Thursday, July 6, 2023, during which it elected its board officers and approved a transportation policy to implement centralized bus stops throughout the District, among other business items. Board members unanimously re-elected […]

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DISTRICT ATHLETIC FIELDS AND SURROUNDING GROUNDS – Application of Herbicide

Pursuant to State Education Law Section 409-H, this notice is to inform you of a pending herbicide application

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KNOX FIELD TRACK & TURF CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC BEGINNING JUNE 25, 2023

Important maintenance and reconstruction improvements are scheduled for this summer that will ensure that Knox Field will remain in excellent condition and a source of pride for the District for many years to come. Therefore, Knox Field track and turf stadium area will be temporarily closed to the public beginning Sunday, June 25, 2023 for […]

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Sign up NOW for before and after-school care for 2023-24 school year

Sign up now for before and after-school care for the 2023-24 school year at the Greater Johnstown School District, being administered through a partnership with Healthy Kids Programs. Care will be provided right at the building where your child(ren) attends school. Tuition rates and registration links can be found on the Healthy Kids Programs website:  […]

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Barnett, Greco and Meashaw named ABCD Award winners

Barnett, Greco and Meashaw named ABCD Award winners

The ABCD Award was created as a way for the Board of Education to acknowledge employees of the Greater Johnstown School District who are nominated by school community members because they  go Above and Beyond the Call of Duty to make a difference in the lives of our students and help them succeed. The Board […]

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Julia Barringer Joins GJSD as Transportation Director

Julia Barringer Joins GJSD as Transportation Director

The Greater Johnstown School District has hired Julia Barringer as the Director of Transportation, where she will oversee the District’s transportation department, including the logistics of bus routes and schedules in order to ensure improvements to transportation for all students and their families. Barringer joins Johnstown from Brown Transportation, where she was the terminal manager […]

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Action Needed for GJSD Families – Titan Family Portal now LINQ Connect

Action Needed for GJSD Families – Titan Family Portal now LINQ Connect

TITAN Family Portal, which the district uses for our food services department, has been upgraded to LINQ Connect. This change will take place starting Tuesday, May 23, 2023. There is no need to change your username and password. All your information and existing funds will be transferred to the new app.  ACTION NEEDED: Download and […]

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Johnstown voters approve $42,222,306 budget for 2023-24 school year

David D’Amore and Joyel Richardson re-elected to Board of Education The Greater Johnstown School District community approved the district’s $42,222,306 budget proposal for the 2023-24 school year on Tuesday, May 16 by a vote of 385-184, a margin of 67%. The 2023-24 school budget reflects a 2.93% ($1,201,235) increase in spending and a property tax […]

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