District to hire interim to replace retiring assistant superintendent

District officials plan to hire an interim to fill the position of Assistant Superintendent Robert Miller, who will retire effective April 1. The interim will serve in the position until a permanent replacement is found. Over the next few weeks, the superintendent of schools and an interview committee will begin interviewing a pool of approximately …

View information about possible MRSA exposure

It has come to our attention that some of our athletes may have been exposed to MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) through contact with athletes from another school district. Recently, members of the varsity wrestling team competed against a neighboring school district. This morning, Athletic Director Matthew O’Brien was notified that one of the opposing team’s …

GCSD accepting nominations for Athletics Hall of Fame

The Athletic Department is seeking nominations for the Goshen Gladiator Athletic Hall of Fame. The deadline is March 1. The Goshen High School Athletic Hall of Fame was established to strengthen the bond of its past athletes with those of the present and future. Through this recognition, those individuals and families will be reconnected with …

District works with MHSSC to bring SUNY New Paltz to village

MHSSC Sponsors Administrative Degree Program The Mid-Hudson School Study Council (MHSSC), located on the campus of Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh and representing K-12 school districts and universities in the seven county Hudson Valley region, is proud to announce the formation of a new administrative cohort. The MHSSC has worked with SUNY New Paltz, …

View superintendent’s letter about high school incident

Dear parents and community members, It has come to my attention that a video of an altercation that occurred this week at Goshen High School was posted on social media and shared throughout Goshen and neighboring communities. The Goshen Central School District takes these matters very seriously, especially those involving the health, safety and welfare …

Students: Register for ASVAB vocational aptitude test by Feb. 26

The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) will be given at 7:45 a.m. Thursday, March 1 in Computer Lab A232. The test is free. Register with Mrs. Dubatowka in the Guidance office by Monday, February 26. Each year, the armed services offer the opportunity for students to take the ASVAB in their home school setting. …

Jackson Diglio wins school competition of National Geographic Bee

Jackson Diglio, an eighth grade student at the C. J. Hooker Middle School, took first place in the school’s competition of the 2018 National Geographic Bee. His classmates, Kapil Foster, Christopher Whitney and Benjamin Thurtle, took second, third and fourth place, respectively. It was a close contest, with Kapil and Jackson making it to the …

CJH art students win Regional Scholastic Art Awards

Advanced art students in Christina Pahucki and Amber Brown’s classes at the C. J. Hooker Middle School were recognized for their exemplary work in the Regional Scholastic Art Awards Competition by the Hudson Valley Scholastic Regional Affiliate. The students competed against middle school students from Sullivan, Dutchess, Ulster and Orange Counties. In all, the students …

Feb. 12: Opioid addiction, prevention the focus of parent forum

Please note that this forum is for PARENTS ONLY. According to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, heroin and other opioids are ravaging communities across America. Deaths from heroin increased 328% between 2010 and 2015, and drug deaths from fentanyl and other synthetic opioids are now seeing a sharp rise as well. More Americans die from …