Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources and Information

The Goshen Central School District is CLOSED until April 15, as per Governor Cuomo’s executive order, because of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 public health situation. View the latest updates and information (in English and Spanish) including remote learning resources, exam information, meal distribution plan and more by visiting the Coronavirus/COVID-19 web page. This page will be updated frequently so please check back often.

GHS to offer college-credit Sport Management course this spring

Beginning this spring, Goshen High School students will be able to take college-credit bearing courses through Syracuse University. Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA) gives students an opportunity to experience the rigor of a college course while still in high school. It prepares students for the next level by helping them understand the expectations and challenges …

Gladiator Spotlight: Goshen Cheer continues to impress

By Matthew O’Brien, director of health, physical education and athletics When the temperature drops and winter arrives, Coach Kim Milazzo and the girls start to kick it into high gear, because with the winter season comes cheerleading’s competitive season, and the competition is exactly what these girls want. This winter season, the girls are determined …

High School musicians showcase talent at All-County Festival

Goshen High School musicians participated in the High School All-County Festival over the weekend at Monroe-Woodbury High School.  Students were selected for these prestigious ensembles honor after auditioning in October. All-County Band Paul Choi, grade 9 Abigail Conklin, grade 11 Isabel Dooley, grade 11 Sara Higgins, grade 11 Hailey Meyers , grade 9 Hannah Ortiz, …

Students create writings, illustrations in honor of Dr. King

Fourth grade students in Carol Larca’s class recently created “I Have a Dream” writings and illustrations in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Students started their discussion of Dr. King by reading the book, “Martin’s Big Words,” by Doreen Rappaport. From there, students brainstormed ways they could help make the world a better place. …

Landry Masters is this year’s school-wide geography bee winner

Eighth grader Landry Masters placed first in the C. J. Hooker Middle School’s National Geographic Bee. His classmates, Amanda Fernandez and Mehri Ghezel-Ayagh, placed second and third, respectively. The National Geographic Bee is a nationwide competition of fourth through eighth graders held in thousands of schools across the United States. According to Social Studies Teacher and …

District’s Youth Ending Hunger Club, food pantry celebrates 20th anniversary

This year, the Youth Ending Hunger Club and food pantry is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Founded by former fourth grade teacher Regina Botens during the 2000-01 school year, the club’s mission has been to educate students about ending hunger both locally and globally. Students attend monthly meetings, run food drives and pack holiday food baskets …

Scotchtown warms up for Spirit Week with Kindness Assemblies

Scotchtown will be celebrating its second Spirit Week this school year, Jan. 27-31, with the theme, “‘Snow’ many ways to be kind.” To make sure everyone will be “in the spirit” come Monday morning, today, Friday, students gathered by grade for Kindness Assemblies with special speakers reading to them from kindness-inspired children’s books. Next week, …

College-bound senior student-athletes 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. Blake Albanese, Korianne Moore and Joseph Schatz signed their college acceptance letters in front of family and friends during a ceremony in their honor on March 14. Each of them thanked their families, coaches, …

Senior Kevin Ilardi awarded OCMEA Vocal Performance Scholarship

Goshen High School senior Kevin Ilardi is the recipient of the 2020 Orange County Music Educators Association (OCMEA) Vocal Performance Scholarship. On January 8, Kevin auditioned two contrasting selections, one a level VI New York State Schools Music Association (NYSSMA) solo, and one of his own choosing, for three qualified judges. His winning performance was …

Nolan Ensall wins school-wide National Geographic Bee

Fourth grader Nolan Ensall is this year’s champion of the school-wide National Geographic Bee at Goshen Intermediate School. His classmates, Mason Haswell and Logan Gottlieb, placed second and third, respectively. The National Geographic Bee is a nationwide competition of fourth through eighth graders held in thousands of schools across the United States. According to Fifth Grade …

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