Nine Goshen High School students honored as Goshen Greats

Embedded YouTube video of Goshen Greats The Goshen High School recently honored nine students for their accomplishments in a specific subject area. The Goshen Greats Program recognizes the unique achievements of one student from each major discipline each quarter. Students are nominated by their teachers for accomplishments that are benchmarks in their academic career or …

Third graders receive gift of words from Goshen Rotary

Embedded YouTube Video of Rotary Club visit to third graders Third grade students at the Goshen Intermediate School received their very own Webster’s Dictionary, donated by the members of the Goshen Rotary Club. Goshen Rotarians Cliff Kelsey, Luis Santiago, Allen Zick, Chris Ashman and Rolland Peacock were escorted by Principal Jason Carter and Interim Elementary …

Rachel Seo, Kristin Seperac win school-level spelling bee

Rachel Seo and Kristin Seperac will represent the C. J. Hooker Middle School at the Orange-Ulster BOCES Spelling Bee February 15. Rachel and Kristin were the seventh and eighth grade winners, respectively, of the school-level bee held February 1 at the middle school. They competed against 18 classmates in the seventh and eighth grades. The …

Goshen Intermediate School employees Go Red For Women

On February 3, faculty and staff members at Goshen Intermediate School wore red in support of women’s heart health. Each year, employees participate in order to raise money and awareness for the American Heart Association. The charitable activity is spearheaded by Physical Education Teacher Kathy Magid. Go Red For Women’s National Wear Red Day helps …

Seniors sign letters of intent

Three Goshen High School seniors signed letters of intent to continue their education and athletic careers at college in the fall. Matt Marvin Matt will play football at Stonehill College where he will major in exercise science and physical therapy. While at Goshen, Matt played varsity football for three years as a starting offensive guard. …

Eesha Ramanathan wins school competition of National Geographic Bee

Eesha Ramanathan, a sixth grade student at the C. J. Hooker Middle School, took first place in the school’s competition of the 2017 National Geographic Bee. Her classmates, Virginia Valens, Bridgette Bennis and Annie Shih, took second, third and fourth place, respectively. The school bee was the first round in the 29th annual National Geographic …