Students to learn resume writing, interview skills at GHS Works

Beginning in April, the Goshen High School will implement a new program titled GHS Works. This initiative aims to help students develop important skills that will help them gain employment. During this seminar, students will learn resume writing, interviewing skills and methods for seeking employment. During the seminar, students will be provided with a resume …

Goshen’s Music Program receives national recognition

For the third consecutive year, the Goshen Central School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Now in its 20th year, the Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to …

Odyssey teams advance to World Finals in Michigan

Two teams from the Goshen Central School District compete against students from around the world at the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals at Michigan State University. The Goshen Intermediate School’s Odyssey of the Mind team, “Opposites Attract,” and the C. J. Hooker Middle School’s Odyssey of the Mind team, “Classics…Leonardo’s Workshop,” both placed second …

Ed Killenberger honored by New York Giants Head Coach

On March 7, Varsity Football Coach Ed Killenberger was honored by the New York Giants and Gatorade as “Coach of the Week.” Killenberger, a physical education teacher at Goshen High School, was recognized as a top football coach in the tri-state area in October after leading the Goshen Gladiators to victories over the New Paltz …

Second graders artwork on display at FDR Library and Museum

Twenty nine second grade students at Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School will have their artwork exhibited at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library and Museum in Hyde Park. The students worked together in  groups to create posters that  illustrate the theme “Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Environment.” According to Art Teacher Karen Richards, FDR was a great …

Capital Project update: Construction continues at GHS

Construction at Goshen High School continues as part of the district’s $30.48 million capital improvement project, approved by district voters in February 2017, that will create 21st century learning environments, address safety and security, modernize the performing arts program and auditorium and upgrade athletic facilities. Learn more about the Capital Project.

Nicolas Paneto wins school-wide essay contest for Black History Month

Senior Nicolas Paneto won the Goshen High School’s school-wide essay contest celebrating Black History Month. More than 30 students participated. The topic: Identify an African-American who has positively impacted the world around them. Describe the individual and their accomplishments and explain how they motivate you to make the world around you a better place. The …

Eighth grader Paul Choi wins National Silver Medal for artwork

Eighth grade advanced studio art student Paul Choi received a National Silver Medal in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for his artwork titled “Simply Playing the Trombone.” Nearly 340,000 works of art and writing were submitted to the 2019 contest. Paul’s artwork was selected by some of the foremost leaders in the visual …

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