In June, 2018, Governor Tom Wolf signed school safety legislation as part of a response spurred by the February 2018 horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 people. Act 44 mandates the establishment and use of the "Safe2Say Something" (S2SS) Anonymous Reporting System by every Pennsylvania school entity beginning January 14, 2019.
Safe2Say Something is now available on our website under the Parents and/or Students tabs. To submit a tip, please click on the link and scroll down to the "Submit a Tip" section of the webpage.
Johnstown Middle School is now participating in Box Tops for Education. If you would like to help JMS with this wonderful opportunity, please forward your box tops to JMS
Attached is a link to a draft of the Greater Johnstown School District Comprehensive Plan.
Parents can receive automated calls, texts, and emails that deliver important information throughout the year from the District. We are encouraging all parents to sign up for this option.
Need help accessing the PowerSchool Parent Portal?
If you have an interest in volunteering at GJSD, please view the packet to learn how to go about becoming a board approved volunteer.
Johnstown High School is awarded the 2019 Community Service Award from the Chamber of Commerce
Johnstown High School has five seniors who suffer from rare diseases. Along with students from the culinary department, and JHS staff, they were able to help prepare and serve a meal to families at the Ronald McDonald House in Pittsburgh. National Rare Disease day is held the last day of February each year, since February is a rare month with 29 days every four years. This is the third trip for JHS students traveling to Ronald McDonald House.
Congratulations to the Johnstown Trojan Boys Basketball team in their PIAA District 6 Class AAAAA championship win over Bellefonte on Monday, February 25, 2019