School notebook

Meco Elementary School

The Universal Pre-K students learned about Flag Day. They read a book about flags and colored a flag and made a red, white and blue mural. They reviewed the animals that live under the sea, read several Rainbow Fish stories, and made a paper plate fish. They learned the letters A, O and U. They made a Father’s Day gift and read stories about dads and other important men that were special to the students.

They participated in the Meco field day which included running races, games, and a picnic lunch. All had a great time and thanks to all who helped to make it a fun day.

Johnstown High School

Summer Regents exams will be given at Gloversville High School. Johnstown students must register in person in the JHS guidance office by July 10. The student must be present when registering – parents cannot register on their child’s behalf as the student’s signature is required for entrance to the exam.

The Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services Regional Summer School will run from July 8 to Aug. 12 at Gloversville High School. Johnstown students may register in the JHS guidance office through June 30. You can pick up a registration form in the guidance office. Late registration will take place at Gloversville High School July 1 through 3 from 8 a.m. to noon.

A schedule of exams is available at

Knox Junior High School

Cynthia Wood nominated Hunter Hill for student of the week.

Hunter received a certificate, a student of the week pencil, his picture in the display case, and a free pizza from Pino’s Italian Restaurant in Johnstown.

A special thank you goes out to Pino’s for supporting positive reward initiatives all year long at Knox Jr. High School.

June 24 and 25 will be half-days for Knox students. Many fun activities are planned.

Final exams began on Tuesday and will continue through June 23. Please check the Knox page regularly on the school district website for more information on testing dates and times, as well as details regarding promotion, summer enrichment program and much more. Printed information can also be picked up in the main office or guidance office.

Knox staff and students would like to thank our PTSA. Many events and programs would not be possible without the support of these dedicated and involved members of our community.

Glebe, Pleasant and Warren Elementary Schools

Johnstown elementary pupils will be dismissed at 12:05 p.m. on June 23, 24, 25, and 26. Lunch will be served before dismissal.