News and Announcements

Class of 2020 Yearbook

You still have time to order your 2019-2020 JHS yearbook. To order online, go to Yearbook/ and use Number 3510

If you have any questions, please e-mail Vicky Lonsinger at
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Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarships have been released by the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies.

For information, please go to, find scholarships, and search Greater Johnstown. Scholarships will come up for our students. You can apply for any scholarship that you qualify for.
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School Closure

The Governor has determined that due to the concern of COVID-19, we are closing our schools and postponing all activities beginning Friday, March 13 through , Sunday, March 29, 2020. We want to ensure that our families have plenty of time to prepare for this untimely event. We will remain in constant contact with the Department of Education, Department of Health, the Center for Disease Control, and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency. We will provide updates via our district website and social media sites. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate through this difficult time.The GJSD has applied for a waiver in order to provide lunches at various locations throughout the city. As soon as we receive approval we will inform you as to the time and locations. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.
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To: All Local Media Outlets
From: Amy Arcurio, Superintendent
Greater Johnstown School District
A teacher at the Greater Johnstown High School, who works as an employee at Conemaugh Health System, believed they may have been in contact with a person who was in contact with a patient suspected of having COVID-19 last evening while at work. With the best of intentions, this employee reported to our high school today, donned a surgical mask, and told our students to refrain from close contact. After conversation with Conemaugh Hospital officials we have learned that there has been no confirmation of COVID -19 and that our employee had no direct contact with any suspected patients. The advice from Conemaugh Health System is to continue to follow universal precautions such as frequent hand-washing, avoid touching your face, and cover a cough or sneeze with a tissue or elbow. At no time did they direct our employee to self-quarantine, refrain from public places, report off work, or wear a mask. Again, we appreciate the effort of our employee but fully recognize the immediate concerns this caused within our schools and community.
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