Month: April 2024

  • #FacultyFriday: Michelle Serna

    This week’s spotlight is on a long-time district employee who has been in both the schools and the district office while serving Goshen for more than a decade. Although Michelle Serna is in her first year as the Senior School Secretary for Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, Personnel & Technology Jason Carter, she most recently […]

  • CJH students excel at NYSSMA Solo Evaluation Festival

    Congratulations to the CJ Hooker Musicians who competed in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Solo Evaluation Festival this past weekend at Monroe-Woodbury Middle School. Goshen Chorus, Band and Orchestra students played on various levels 2 through 5 and achieved scores of A, Outstanding and Excellent ratings in their categories. We are all so […]

  • Goshen Board of Education approves $91,855,061 budget for 2024-25

    At its April 17 meeting, the Goshen Central School District Board of Education voted to adopt a $91,855,061 proposed budget for the 2024-25 school year.  The proposal carries a 2 percent tax levy increase, which is below the district’s 5.5 percent tax levy cap, as determined by the state’s tax levy cap legislation, by more […]

  • Three Goshen alumni share a peek into their first year of college

    Eight Goshen alumni from the Class of 2023 were invited to return to Goshen High School last month to speak to seniors about their first-year college experiences. A few answered some extra questions to dive a little deeper into the ways in which college has been similar and different from what they expected. They also […]

  • GIS Writers’ Workshop students share pieces inspired by visit to FDR House

    GIS Writers’ Workshop students share pieces inspired by visit to FDR House

    The Goshen Intermediate School Writers’ Workshop is a writing enrichment program for fourth and fifth grade students that meets twice a week before school. Students in the Workshop visited the Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) House in Hyde Park, NY over the winter to engage in a place-based writing project. To prepare for the trip, GIS […]

  • CJH names March Students of the Month

    CJH names March Students of the Month

    The C.J. Hooker Middle School announced its Students of the Month for March. Students of the Month are: Grade 6 Christina Maldonado is the perfect choice for student of the month! Christina has worked so hard in all of her classes to improve her grades. She is always willing to stay after for study sessions. Besides keeping up […]

  • Goshen wins 2nd place at Odyssey of the Mind NYS Finals, headed to Iowa for World Finals

    Goshen’s Odyssey of the Mind teams competed at the New York State Finals at Syracuse University this past weekend, emerging with second, third and fourth place rankings. Second Place The Losee Team (GIS) won second place for Problem 2, and will be advancing to the World Finals in Iowa! Third Place The Kloorfain Team (GIS) […]

  • #FacultyFriday: Michael Tangney

    This week’s spotlight is on Michael Tangney, a Goshen Intermediate School Physical Education Teacher who has been with the district for 12 years. Tangney earned his Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from SUNY Brockport and his graduate degree in Education from Long Island University before joining the Goshen Central School District in 2012. He has […]

  • Goshen students win both grand prizes and more for 37th Annual ADAC Poster Contest

    Aubrey Cirigliano, a sixth grade student at C.J. Hooker Middle School, and Kaia Oum, a fourth grade student at Goshen Intermediate School, were announced as the two grand prize winners of the 37th Annual Alcohol and Drug Awareness Council (ADAC) of Orange County Substance Abuse Prevention Poster Contest.  More than 1,500 hand-drawn and digitally designed […]

  • Elementary students catch a glimpse of their first eclipse

    Elementary students catch a glimpse of their first eclipse

    A solar eclipse occurred on Monday, April 8 this year and the Goshen community was able to see the sun partially covered by the moon between 2 and 3 p.m. Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School students created paper hats to commemorate the occasion, and teachers alternated taking their classes outside at various points from the beginning […]