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Warren Students Learn About Internet Safety

Warren Students Learn About Internet Safety

Officer Denny from the Johnstown Police Department visited Warren Street Elementary School today to share an internet safety presentation geared at helping students to recognize risky behaviors and protect themselves online. Thank you Officer Denny!

students watch slide show as Officer speaks

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Warren’s First Kindness Award Winner

Warren’s First Kindness Award Winner

Natalie CampioneCongratulations to Natalie Campione in Mrs. Wagner’s fourth grade class. Natalie is the first recipient of our Kindness Award at Warren Street. She is a student who is always willing to help another student with reminders, writing in planners, picking up their materials, or anything they might need. Natalie also frequently volunteers to help the teacher whenever needed. She does all these things without being asked.  Natalie, thank you for being KIND and being a wonderful role model at Warren Street!


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JHS Grand Re-Opening & Family Fun Night

JHS Grand Re-Opening & Family Fun Night

front entrance of Johnstown High School

Thursday, November 1, 2018
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

We are welcoming all Johnstown community members, families and students to come play together, as well as see our completed project at Johnstown High School.

Activities to be offered include swimming, basketball, obstacle course, face painting, crafts, video games, board games, and more…

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JEPTA Holiday Wreath Sale

The Johnstown Elementary PTA is selling wreaths from Goderie’s Tree Farm. The cost is $18 for a 12″ wreath and $25 for a 16″ wreath.

Please return an order form with payment to the main office at your child’s school by November 1, 2018. Checks should be made out to “JEPTA”.

Pick up will be at Glebe Street Elementary on November 29th from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Thank you for your support!

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Warren Street Accelerated Reader 2018-19

Warren Street Accelerated Reader 2018-19

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Spooktacular BINGO October 29

Spooktacular BINGO October 29

cartoon clip art kids in halloween costumes

Johnstown Elementary PTA Presents…

Spooktacular Bingo!

October 29th 6-7:15 p.m.

@ Glebe Street Elementary School

All Johnstown elementary students are welcome!

*Students are welcome to wear their Halloween costumes*

*Trick or Treat on your way to the gym (beginning at 6 p.m.)*

*Enjoy some treats*

*BINGO begins at 6:30*

In order to make this a great event we are asking for the following donations:

Please send in with your child or drop off to the main office at your child’s school by 10/26, thank you!

  • Glebe – cider
  • Warren – donuts
  • PA – bagged candy

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Odyssey of the Mind 2018-19

Odyssey of the Mind 2018-19

odyssey of the mind raccoon logo

What is Odyssey of the Mind?

  • A fun extracurricular enrichment program where students use creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving skills
  • Students work in teams of 5 – 7 members to create a solution to a chosen problem, which is performed at competition
  • Although there is an adult coach, the program is totally student driven
  • Students build 21st century skills that they can use in the real world
  • Teams usually meet at least once a week (starting later in October), possibly more often when closer to competition in March

Who we are looking for:

  • Johnstown students in 2nd – 12th grades (from Glebe, Warren, Knox & JHS)
  • Students who are willing to MAKE A COMMITMENT to a group and stick with it, attending team practices when scheduled
  • Students who are willing to use PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS and don’t need an adult to always tell them what to do’
  • Students who enjoy a challenge and want to have fun
  • Students who like to be creative
  • Parent volunteers who are willing to help out/coach a team (the number of teams we are able to form depends on how many parents step forward)

What to do if you want to join:

  • Fill out attached sign up sheet and return to your school NO LATER than Friday, September 28th.
  • Attend our required kick-off meeting, with a parent, at Warren Street School on Tuesday, October 23rd (6-7:30pm).  Learn more about the program, get to know your team, and schedule meeting times with your coach.
  • This year we will be ordering team shirts much earlier in the school year.  All Odyssey members will need to purchase a t-shirt for $10 each.  More info will follow at our kick-off meeting.

If you have questions, contact Mrs. Kristin Meashaw (Program Coordinator and Warren Street Teacher) at

Mark Your Calendars:

  • Odyssey Kick-Off Night – October 23rd – 6-7:30pm – Warren Cafeteria
  • McDonald’s Night Fundraiser – November 6th – 5-7pm (20% of all sales go to the Odyssey program)
  • Spontaneous Night – January 8th – 6-7:30pm @ Warren Street / snow date January 10th (for Warren, Knox, and HS students only)
  • Spontaneous Workshop – January 16th – 3:30-5pm @ Glebe Street / snow date January 17th (for Glebe students only)
  • Dress Rehearsal – March 5 & 7 – Warren Street Gym @ 5-7:30pm
  • Regional Competition – March 9th (all day) @ Fonda Fultonville School
  • End of Year Celebration – March 18th – 6-7pm – Warren Cafeteria

**If your team finishes in 1st place at Regional Competition or wins one of the “wild card” spots, you will be advancing to the NY State Tournament on March 23rd in Binghamton!!!!!

Ways to Keep Up-To-Date:

  • New Facebook Group – Search Johnstown Odyssey of the Mind
  • Open to PARENTS of students in Odyssey of the Mind.  Great place for updates, reminders, and sharing pictures. This is a closed group and you will need to join if interested.
  • Remind App – From a smartphone enter this number: 81010, then text this message: @3e4da3
    Group is called Odyssey Families 2018-19. Open to parents for short little text reminders and updates.

*Students don’t always get their paper flyers home, so it is strongly recommended you join at least one of these groups. Many Odyssey events are also posted on the school website.


Have questions? – Contact Mrs. Meashaw (

2018-19 Long-Term Problem Synopses*

Tentative as of April 28, 2018. All problems have an 8-minute time limit.

Problem 1: OMER to the Rescue Again

Divisions I, II & III

Who better to help those in distress than OMER? In this problem, OMER and his trusty Sidekick travel to different places with suitcases holding all of the parts of an OMER-mobile vehicle! OMER and his Sidekick will assemble and ride on the vehicle where it will function in different ways to “save the day.” Between attempts, the vehicle will be disassembled, put back into the suitcases, and taken to a different area where it will be reassembled and driven again. Finally, the OMER-mobile is thrown a hero’s parade as a show of appreciation!

Problem 2: Hide in Plain Sight

Divisions I, II, III & IV

Teams take a cue from nature in this problem where they create and build a team-made mechanical creature that hides in plain sight. The creature will change its appearance three times to avoid being detected by a Searcher Character trying to find it. The way the creature changes will be different each time! The team will create and present a performance where its creature gets into – or out of – various situations using this resourceful skill. In the end the creature will surprise everyone by changing its appearance a final time and reveal its true self.

Problem 3: Classics… Leonardo’s Workshop

Divisions I, II, III & IV

Imagine how inspiring Leonardo DaVinci’s (LDV) workshop must have been. Teams will portray his workplace in an original, creative performance that includes LDV, a patron, and a naysayer. The team will recreate a DaVinci painting, make a three-dimensional representation of one of his works, and recreate another LDV work in any form the team wishes. There will also be an original “debunked” creation that LDV “invented” but discarded because it was mocked. Ironically, the item will be shown as something commonly used in modern times.

Problem 4: Structure Toss

Divisions I, II, III & IV

Step right up and put your structure to the test! Teams must strategize risk for points and “toss” their structures in this year’s problem-turned-carnival. They will use a device to propel the structure in a carnival game. If it travels in the air it gets higher score! Once the structure has been successfully tossed, it can be tested for strength. A carnival barker character will entice other characters to join the fun during a performance that incorporates testing the structure’s strength with creative games of skill and chance.

Problem 5: Opposites Distract

Divisions I, II, III & IV

Disagreements can distract groups from seeing the bigger picture. Teams will create and present a humorous performance about a sneaky character that distracts others while trying to take control of anything the team wishes. In the performance it will lure others into silly arguments and be successful two times. The arguments will be presented using different dramatic styles and will include attention-getting effects. In the end, the groups will learn that they have been intentionally distracted and will catch the sneaky character before it takes control.

Primary: Museum Makers

Grades K-2

Kids can see the extraordinary in the ordinary. Now they will use that ability to create their own museum! The team will create and present an original museum and its exhibits. During the performance, the team will reveal three creative displays that explain the theme of the museum and show off team-made items. A tour guide will take audiences on a journey through the museum to meet a humorous artist and a curator.

All problems copyright Creative Competitions, Inc. — 2018

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School Banking at Warren Street

School Banking at Warren Street

First Choice Financial Credit Union logo

September 2018

Dear Parent or Guardian:

This year we plan to do a “School Savings Star Program” with First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union. 

Saving pennies, nickels and dimes will add up to dollars in no time!

The Johnstown School District is committed to providing a well-rounded education to prepare students for success in all facets of their lives. This includes learning the importance of saving money and developing strong savings habits beginning at the elementary school level.

By participating in the school-banking program, your child will learn what a savings account is, begin to appreciate the advantages of saving, and will receive an account statement displaying their account activity. Your child will be able to make their deposits right at school on a designated banking day, or at the First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union main office located at 355 Hales Mills Road in Gloversville, the Walmart branch office located inside the Walmart Supercenter in Gloversville, or the Broadalbin Branch Office located at 3677 State Highway 30 in Broadalbin.

If your child would like to participate in the “School Savings Star Program,” he/she can get their account started at any of the First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union locations. This savings account can be open with as little as $5. The Credit Union will make the first deposit of $5 for all Student Star Savers.

If your child already has an account with First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union, they only need to bring their savings deposit and account number to school on banking day.

The first “School Savings Star” banking day will begin on Wednesday,September 19, 2018 and end on Wednesday,June 5, 2019. Bank days will  be on Wednesdays except for  holidays or school closings/delays, and will resume the  following scheduled Wednesday.

As we strive to provide a quality education, we hope to see your child participate in this program and take advantage of the learning experience it will provide. We thank our First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union partners for their investment in and support of our students and our District.


Nicole Lent

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Warren Newsletter September 2018

In addition to the content shared below, a PDF version of the September 2018 Warren Newsletter is available for printing using the free Adobe Acrobat program.

A Note from Our Principal

Dear Warren Street Families,

I am so excited to welcome everyone back to Warren Street School.  Our students are adjusting and getting used to their new routine and new classrooms. It is so great to see students in the halls again, with smiles on their faces! We have welcomed many new staff members to our team, and I hope everyone can make it to our Open House to meet them and see the wonderful things going on in our classrooms already.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child(ren), please do not hesitate to contact me!

Yours in Learning,

Mrs. Nikki Lent, Principal


Open House

  • Grade 6 – September 11 at 6:00
  • Grades 4 and 5 – September 20 at 6:15

Important Dates

  • September 5– First Day of School
  • September 6– BOE Meeting at 6:30 pm
  • September 11– Grade 6 Open House 6:00-7:00 pm
  • September 12– PICTURE DAY, JEPTA Meeting at Glebe Street at 6:00 pm
  • September 20– Gr 4 and 5 Open House 6:15-7:15 pm
  • October 3– JEPTA Meeting at Warren Street at 6:00 pm
  • October 5—Superintendent’s Conf. Day—NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
  • October 8-Columbus Day observed NO SCHOOL
  • October 23– Odyssey Kick Off Meeting 6:00 pm
  • October 25– BOE Meeting at 6:30 pm

Don’t Forget: New this year

We are following an A-F schedule this year!  Refer to the calendar with the days listed on it.

Our new  main entrance is in the center of the building.  We have a secure vestibule with our buzzer system into the main      office.  Please make sure you do not park your car in front of the office, however, this is a bus zone!

Absences and Late Arrivals

New York State Education Law requires parents to provide a WRITTEN excuse, signed by a parent or guardian, when a student is absent, tardy, or leaving school early.

Please send an excuse to school with your child if he/she needs to be dismissed early, is tardy, or on the day your child returns to school after being absent.

Please be sure to call the school if your child is going to be absent.  You may leave a voice-mail message if you call before school hours start.  Also, parents/guardians must sign-in/out students when arriving late or leaving early.

Food Service Lunch and Breakfast

Free and reduced breakfast and lunch applications were sent home with your child on the first day of school. Please complete the applications and return to school as soon as possible.

The breakfast and lunch menus are available online at

  • Lunch is $2.25 per day
  • Reduced lunch is $0.25 per day.
  • Breakfast is $1.35 per day
  • Reduced breakfast is $0.25 per day.
  • Milk $0.50

Checks for the correct amount should be made payable to the “Greater Johnstown School District.” Payments can be made in advance. Please make every effort to maintain a balance on your child(ren)’s meal account. Cash or check payments can also be made directly at the school. Payments can also be made at

Please Stay Informed

Our district’s website is Please note that all lunch menus, newsletters and updated school information will be placed on the website. Check the site often for the latest information.

Join us on Twitter!

Warren Street School @WarrenStPrinc

Arrival and Dismissal

Attendance is taken and instruction begins each morning, promptly at 9:00 a.m. It is very important that your child is on time, attends school every day, is well rested, and has a positive attitude. These things will contribute to the success of your child this year. Students are encouraged to arrive to school after 8:30. Breakfast begins at 8:30.  If your child is not eating breakfast, they will be directed different locations by grade level to visit with friends or read a book, and released to their classrooms at 8:45 a.m.

Our dismissal procedure begins at 3:10 pm. In order to alleviate congestion, parents picking up students are asked to please wait outside. When picking up or dropping off your child, it is imperative that all traffic and parking laws are obeyed for the safety of our students.

If you have any questions regarding these rules, please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Students riding bicycles to school must wear a helmet, and bike locks would also be useful. Please contact the school if you are unable to provide your child with a helmet.



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Summer Fun: Classical Kids Performance

Summer Fun: Classical Kids Performance

On Friday, August 3rd, 26 Warren Street Students, together with 26 parents and five chaperones, all under the direction of Warren Street Music Teacher Lynn Makrin, attended the 2018 SPAC Classical Kids performance with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

The event was full of space related activities, ice cream, a drumming circle, and then a fabulous concert including Sibelius’ “Night Ride and Sunrise,” a new work by Theofanidis called “Rainbow Body,” and Holst’s “The Planets” with full accompanying video from NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratories.

Special thanks to the Johnstown Music Support Group and to the community for fundraising to support the bus for this wonderful trip. All of the students who went will receive a “Classical Kids” pass for free admission to all of SPAC’s classical events from now until they graduate from high school.

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