Currently, schools in Ohio will remain closed through May 1st. Online learning will resume on April 14th (after Spring Break).
Staff will not be available between April 6-13.
Report Cards from the third quarter, which were scheduled to go out on March 27th, were mailed to families.
The distribution of spring pictures is delayed. More information will be forthcoming.
ACCESSING ONLINE LESSONS:
To locate a teacher’s webpage:
Select the DIRECTORY tab on the Johnstown Monroe webpage.
Search for the teacher’s site by name.
Select SCHOOL CLOSURE LESSONS on the left side of the page for each designated week.
Children that receive extra support in math or reading, can find intervention lessons on the Reading, Math, and Intervention Specialists' web pages.
For a well-rounded experience, students can visit their specials teachers, complete a Keyboarding Without Tears, and visit Mrs. Arbogast's page to support any emotional needs during this time.
You may also click the links below each principals' picture to hear read alouds and special messages.
ONLINE LEARNING AND SCHOOL CLOSURE UPDATE (4/2/2020)
ONLINE LEARNING INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES (3/16/2020)
You can also click the links below each of the principals' pictures to hear read alouds and special messages.
Welcome to the Johnstown Elementary webpage. On behalf of the entire staff, we take great pride in welcoming you to the elementary school webpage. It is an honor to work in such a great community and be part of a school system that values growth in every child.
We would like to welcome new and returning families as we kick off our third year at Johnstown Elementary. We look forward to partnering with you for another successful year.
Principal K-2 Learning Center Principal 3-5 Learning Center
Johnstown Elementary consists of grades K-5 with a Primary Learning for students in grades K-2 on the first floor and an Intermediate Learning Center for grades 3-5 on the second floor. In the truest sense of words, collaboration and teamwork are essential as the staff works collectively in educating our elementary students.