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Month: March 2024

  • #FacultyFriday: Amanda Ortiz

    This week’s spotlight is on AIS English Teacher Amanda Ortiz, a new staff member who joined the Goshen Central School District last year. Before joining GCSD this past September, Ortiz worked as an at-home tutor and SAT Prep Instructor for Tuxedo Union Free School District. She also served as Recreation Coordinator for Goshen Parks and […]

  • OU BOCES Special Ed. Division 2024 Transition Fair 4/25

    The Orange-Ulster BOCES Division of Special Education invites students who are 15 years or older and their families to join them for their 2024 Transition Fair. When: 1:30-2:30 p.m. & 3-5 p.m. on Thursday, April 25, 2024 Where: Orange-Ulster BOCES, Emanuel Axelrod Education Center, 53 Gibson Road, Goshen, NY This is a great opportunity to […]

  • Dillon Johnson, GHS tech teacher, awarded “Regional Teacher of the Year”

    Goshen High School Technology and Industrial Arts Teacher Dillon Johnson, an educator who has been with the district for five years, has been awarded “Regional Teacher of the Year” by the New York State Technology and Engineering Educators Association (NYSTEEA). Johnson was nominated by his colleagues from the Long Island Technology and Engineering Educators Association, […]

  • NEW “Classroom Coliseum” podcast highlighting Goshen teachers, students, and events

    The “Classroom Coliseum” pod celebrates positive aspects of the Goshen Central School District. Hosted by Jon Redeker, the show features interviews with teachers, administrators, coaches, students, and more, highlighting the successes of school programs. The episodes delve into the passion and dedication of the team, exploring why they are invested in their roles and what […]

  • GHS embraces mental health supports for students

    The Orange County Department of Mental Health is now offering services to Goshen students through a satellite office at Goshen High School. This addition supplements existing counseling services at GHS, and is made possible through a partnership between the Goshen Central School District and OCDMH Newburgh Child and Family Outpatient Clinic.  “Offering flexible scheduling, we […]

  • Petitions for 3 BOE positions open 3/22

    Petitions to run for three available positions on the Goshen Central School District Board of Education are available on March 22, 2024 at the District office, 227 Main Street, Goshen, New York, 10924. The petitions must be returned by Monday, April 22, 2024, no later than 5 p.m. The annual vote is scheduled for May […]

  • #FacultyFriday: Crystal Panatelli

    This week’s focus is on Goshen Teacher Aide Crystal Panatelli, and education professional who has been with the district for almost a year. Before joining the Goshen Central School District, Panatelli worked as a bus monitor, in food service, as a substitute teacher assistant at the Washingtonville Central School District, and as a teacher assistant […]

  • GHS SUPA Sports Management students interview industry professionals

    Goshen High School offers some college level courses, including a Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA) Sports Management course to introduce students to sport management concepts and sectors through an examination of problems and issues faced by contemporary sports management. The class, led by Danielle Linguanti, worked on a project to wrap up the second quarter […]

  • More than 50 students recognized at 2024 SUNY Orange Sojourner Truth Awards

    More than 50 students recognized at 2024 SUNY Orange Sojourner Truth Awards

    For the past thirty-four years, in honor of Sojourner Truth, Orange County Community College has celebrated its youth by awarding them for their achievements. SUNY Orange continues to recognize the accomplishments of these deserving students in grades 6-12 and encourage college attendance as an option for students from groups traditionally under-represented in the college population. […]

  • #FacultyFriday: George McElroy

    This week’s spotlight is not on a faculty member, but a Goshen employee nonetheless! George McElroy, a custodial worker at C.J. Hooker Middle School, has been in his role for two years. McElroy worked in farming, as a mechanic, and in landscaping before coming to the Goshen Central School District in 2022. When asked why […]