Grade 8 Moving Up Ceremony to be held June 23

Dear Parents & Guardians, Please join the C. J. Hooker faculty and staff in celebrating the accomplishments of our 8th grade students at this year’s Moving Up Ceremony on Wednesday, June 23 at 5 p.m. In order to follow CDC guidelines, the ceremony will be held on the CJH football field. Students will be seated …

NYSED: School physical deadline extended to Sept. 1, 2021

On May 11, the New York State Department of Education approved an emergency action to extend the deadline for yearly health physicals for students. Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, students who are unable to obtain a health examination for 2020-21 due to the COVID-19 crisis have until September 1, 2021 to provide the required health examination …

End-of-year events to celebrate Class of 2021

Principal Jennifer Martin is pleased to announce that the following events will be held to honor the graduating senior class: May 27: Senior Sunset Ice Cream Sundaes June 1: Class Assembly June 2: Senior Prom June 4: Senior BBQ June 11: Class Day June 16/17: Scholarship Dinner June 17: Car Parade June 24: Graduation (rain …

Gladiator Gains enrichment program to debut this summer

The administrators at Goshen Central School District are in the early planning stages of the district’s new K-12 summer enrichment program. “Gladiator Gains” will provide extended learning opportunities in a fun, interactive environment intended to promote critical thinking and increase student engagement. Gladiator Gains will be held from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and …

Three students test positive for COVID-19

District officials were notified that three students tested positive for COVID-19. Two students from Goshen High School tested positive; neither were in the buildings during the infectious periods and contact tracing is not required. A student from Goshen Intermediate School also tested positive; all those who may be at risk of exposure have been contacted …

Goshen residents pass budget, elect members to BOE

On Tuesday, May 18, the residents of the Goshen Central School District passed the proposed $78,811,376 budget for the 2021-22 school year, with 1,041 yes votes and 301 no votes. Residents also passed the proposition to purchase eight school buses with 920 yes votes and 421 no votes. Shannon Johnson, Billy Castellane and Jason Pucci …

CJH to begin four-day in-person learning on May 20

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 Data Tracker, the transmission rate for Orange County has dropped from “high” to “substantial.” This newly designated lower rate of transmission changes the social distancing guidelines for local school districts. According to the New York State Department of Health, in counties with a substantial risk of …

Three students test positive for COVID-19

District officials were notified that a Goshen student who attends Orange-Ulster BOCES full-time, a C. J. Hooker Middle School student and a Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School all tested positive for COVID-19. All those who were at risk of exposure have been contacted by district staff members with instructions about self-quarantine. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability …

View the WLHS, NHS Induction Ceremonies

Both the World Language Honor Society and National Honor Society at Goshen High School recently held induction ceremonies for students. View them below! World Language Honor Society YouTube video of World Language Honor Society National Honor Society YouTube video of the National Honor Society

BUDGET VOTE & BOARD ELECTIONS ARE TUESDAY, MAY 18: Proposed budget will not increase tax levy for 2021-22

On May 18, Goshen Central School District residents will vote on a $78,811,376 proposed budget for the 2021-22 school year. The proposed plan calls for a $2,727,539 or 3.58% increase in spending over the current year’s budget. If approved, it would result in a zero percent tax levy increase in the coming year. Because the …

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