JHS yearbook delayed

JOHNSTOWN — The yearbook staff of the Johnstown High School announced that the book was completed in early April, but due to the restrictions of many businesses with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, the book has been delayed. The new anticipated date of delivery will be late June or early July. When the staff has a definite day of delivery, they will set a date for distribution and it will be advertised in The Leader Herald, the school website and some social media sites.

The theme of this years Baronet is “Back to the Roaring Twenties.” The cover was designed and produced by senior Katrina Treuworthy and the staff was directed by club president, senior Anna Crouse.

Despite many of the challenges offered by the end of the year due to the school shutdown, the 140-page book depicts the activities and education at JHS with reflections of student and teacher feelings about the unusual end to the 2020 school year.

The book is dedicated to Meredith Fagan, an English teacher for the past 19 years. In addition to teaching English, Fagan has advised many clubs, and is one of this year’s senior class faculty advisors. Fagan always has her door open to any student needing help with any problems they may be having.

Another teacher being honored by the 2020 Baronet is Michael Reilly, a special education teacher for the past 19 years. Reilly’s room was always open to any student needing help. The staff would like to wish Relly well in his retirement.


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