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Johnstown Alumni Basketball Game Wednesday, November 23, at 6:00 pm

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Johnstown voters approve $15 million capital project and $3 million Energy Performance Contract

Residents of the Greater Johnstown School District approved the District’s proposed $15 million capital project Tuesday by a vote of 215-104 (a margin of 67%) and a proposed $3 million Energy Performance Contract (EPC) by a vote of 216-98 (a margin of 68%). “We are grateful to our community for their continued support of our […]

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LIVESTREAM:  Capital Project/EPC Public Forum Tonight (Tuesday, Nov. 8 @ 6:30 p.m.)

LIVESTREAM: Capital Project/EPC Public Forum Tonight (Tuesday, Nov. 8 @ 6:30 p.m.)

REMINDER:  The District will host a public forum TONIGHT (Tuesday, 11/8) at 6:30 p.m. in the Lecture Hall at the Johnstown Jr.-Sr. High School. This is an opportunity for the public to hear about the scope and financing of the proposed capital project and energy performance contract (EPC) before voting on both propositions on Tuesday, […]

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November 15 Vote:  $15 million capital project and $3 million Energy Performance Contract (EPC)

November 15 Vote: $15 million capital project and $3 million Energy Performance Contract (EPC)

On Tuesday, November 15, community members of the Greater Johnstown School District will vote on two propositions — (1) a capital project not to exceed $15 million to address improvements made to the District’s five campuses (Pleasant Avenue, Warren Street, Jr.-Sr. High School, The Knox Building, and Glebe Street); and (2) an Energy Performance Contract […]

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Emergency Early Release Drill November 22

Students and staff will be dismissed early and afterschool activities will be postponed for 1 hour. Buildings must remain vacated during the drill.

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GJSD BOE Votes to Indefinitely Postpone Decision on District’s Athletic League Affiliation

GJSD BOE Votes to Indefinitely Postpone Decision on District’s Athletic League Affiliation

New Internal Deadline Set for April 30, 2023 At Thursday evening’s regularly scheduled business meeting, the Board of Education voted 6-2 to indefinitely postpone a vote to decide if the District should leave the Foothills Council athletic league to accept membership in the Western Athletic Conference, until 2023. Board of Education President David D’Amore set […]

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Welcome to GJSD! Meet Erika Winney, New Food Services Director

Welcome to GJSD! Meet Erika Winney, New Food Services Director

Ms. Erika Winney has joined the Greater Johnstown School District as the Food Services Director, a shared service that GJSD utilizes from Capital Region BOCES. After earning her AAS at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, Winney earned a dual bachelor and master’s degree in Dietetics from D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY. She has been a Registered Dietitian […]

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COVID Guidance for 2022-23 School Year

The District has posted COVID guidance for the 2022-23 school year on the Health Services page of this website. Please refer to the Health Services page for any questions you may have regarding COVID. Don’t hesitate to contact your child’s building principal if you have further questions that might not be covered in this latest […]

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Welcome to GJSD! Meet Mr. Brian VanNostrand Jr., New Physical Education, Health, Athletics and Extra-Curriculars Director

Welcome to GJSD! Meet Mr. Brian VanNostrand Jr., New Physical Education, Health, Athletics and Extra-Curriculars Director

Mr. Brian VanNostrand Jr. is the new Physical Education, Health, Athletics and Extra-Curriculars Director for the Greater Johnstown School District. He joins GJSD from HFM BOCES in Johnstown where he was a special education physical education teacher.  Prior to that, he was an elementary physical education teacher for the Lake Placid Central School District for […]

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GJSD community to vote on $15 million capital project in November 15 referendum

At its regular business meeting on Thursday, August 18, the GJSD Board of Education voted in favor of holding a special referendum on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 for community members to vote on a proposed $15 million capital project to address improvements made to the District’s five campuses (Pleasant Avenue, Warren Street, Jr.-Sr. High School, […]

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