Five test positive for COVID-19, no risk of exposure to others

Today, district officials learned that five individuals in our schools have tested positive for COVID-19. Two students from C. J. Hooker Middle School, two students from Goshen High School and a student from Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School all tested positive for COVID-19. The infected individuals were not in the buildings during the infectious periods and …

Jan. 23: Free cardiac screening for Orange County student-athletes

A free cardiac screening will be held from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, January 23 at Monroe-Woodbury High school in preparation for the upcoming winter sports season. The screening is offered to all Orange County student-athletes who: Have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past Are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 Came in contact with someone …

One-on-one with Gladiator Joe Kresse, future Manhattanville student

Dr. Matthew O’Brien, director of Athletics, began One-on-One with a Gladiator in order to highlight the many student-athletes worthy of praise and recognition here in Goshen.  This edition features the one and only Joe Kresse. Joe, a standout soccer player, recently committed to continuing his athletic and academic career at Division III Manhattanville College. We …

Jan. 15: Four individuals test positive for COVID-19

District officials learned that four individuals in our schools have tested positive for COVID-19. A student from Goshen Intermediate School, a student from Goshen High School and a staff member at Goshen High School tested positive for COVID-19. The infected individuals were not in the buildings during the infectious periods and do not pose a risk of …

Families: View information about COVID-19 school testing

Dear Goshen families, Last month, we shared information about the state’s micro-cluster initiative and how it may affect the school district. According to this initiative, some school districts throughout the state may be designated as Yellow, Orange or Red zones based on COVID-19 positivity rates and other factors. These designations are determined by the state. …

Jan. 14: Three test positive for COVID-19

Today, district officials learned of three individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19. A student from Goshen Intermediate School and two students from Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School both tested positive. The infected individuals were not in the buildings during the infectious periods and do not pose a risk of exposure to employees or students. Please …

Jan. 13 Update: Three test positive for COVID-19

Today, district officials learned of three individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19. A student from Goshen Intermediate School and a student from Goshen High School both tested positive. The infected individuals were not in the building during the infectious periods and do not pose a risk of exposure to employees or students. A staff …

Feb. 11: Attend Substance Abuse Trends in Today’s Youth

On Feb. 11, parents/guardians are invited to attend a free virtual community conversation, Substance Abuse Trends in Today’s Youth, hosted by Catholic Charities. Topics will include substance abuse trends in alcohol, marijuana, prescription medications, heroin, cocaine and crack. The session will be held at 6 p.m. via the district’s YouTube channel.

Grades 7 & 8: View information about the Scripps Spelling Bee

Dear seventh and eighth grade parents and guardians, This year, the Scripps National Spelling Bee has developed an online testing platform that will allow C. J. Hooker Middle School to host a school spelling bee program, whether students are learning in classrooms or remotely from their homes. Participation is entirely optional. In place of our …

Update: 3 GHS student test positive, no risk of exposure

UPDATE 7:15 p.m. Jan. 12: District officials learned that three students at Goshen High School have tested positive for COVID-19. The infected individuals were not in the building during the infectious periods and do not pose a risk of exposure to employees or students. Please note that The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) …

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