Second grader donates 42 puzzle sets to children in need

Collin Barrett, a second grader in Patricia Kuttler’s class at Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School, has helped brighten the holidays for local children in need. Over the past several weeks, Collin organized (with the help of his mother, Julie Barrett), his first annual Christmas drive through Usborne Books’ Cards for a Cause fundraiser. Collin committed to …

Need help making sense of financial aid? Check out these resources

Students who are looking to enter college in the fall may be eligible for financial aid. View the resources below to make sure you take advantage of these financial opportunities. All questions should be directed to your guidance counselor. Upcoming Financial Aid webinars The State University of New York offers free webinars that are designed …

Lauren Rivera, Jason Orzell pen grand prize, school-wide winning essays in Bill of Rights Contest

Goshen High School junior Lauren Rivera is the grand prize winner of the Hudson Valley Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union Bill of Rights Essay Contest. In addition to Lauren receiving the grand prize, junior Jason Orzell won the best-in-school prize for Goshen High School. The organization reviewed essays from schools across the …

Dec. 17: GHS employee tests positive for COVID-19

This evening, district officials were notified that a Goshen High School employee tested positive for COVID-19. The employee has not been in the building since before Thanksgiving break, therefore there is no risk of exposure to other students/employees. Please note that The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other privacy laws restrict us from …

GHS student tests positive, no risk of exposure

This evening, district officials were notified that a Goshen High School student tested positive for COVID-19. The student was not in school since before Thanksgiving break, therefore there is no risk of exposure to other students/employees. Please note that The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other privacy laws restrict us from disclosing …

Two Goshen students test positive for COVID-19

Today, district officials were notified that a C. J Hooker Middle School student and a Goshen High School student both tested positive for COVID-19. Both students have not been in school since before Thanksgiving break, therefore there is no risk of exposure to other students/employees in school. Please note that The Health Insurance Portability and …

Goshen Intermediate School employee tests positive for COVID-19

Today, district officials were notified that an employee of Goshen Intermediate School student tested positive for COVID-19. The employee was not in any district building during the infectious period, and officials from the Orange County Department of Health (OCDOH) are confident that there was no risk of exposure to other students and/or employees. Please note …

Distance Learning Journalism students release Serendipity magazine

Students in Brian Johnson’s Distance Learning Journalism class at Goshen High School has released Serendipity, a magazine they created by working collaboratively with their peers at Schuylerville High School. The Journalism class is composed of 10th and 11th grade students from Goshen and 11th and 12th grade students from Schuylerville. According to Johnson, the class …

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