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Board of Education

New email address provides direct communication with Board members

In order to better serve its residents, the district created a special email address so that the public can communicate with the members of the Board of Education. Community members are invited to use this email address to send questions and concerns prior to upcoming Board meetings.

If you would like to submit a question for discussion, please email the Board of Education at boe.comments@gcsny.org.

Please note that in order for a question to be discussed/answered at a meeting, it needs to be submitted via email by 4 p.m. the Wednesday before a scheduled meeting.

At this time, Board of Education meetings are held remotely in accordance with Governor Cuomo’s March 12th Executive Order No. 202.1, which temporarily suspended those sections of the Open Meetings Law requiring in-person access to public meetings. The Goshen Central School District Board of Education meetings are held remotely via Google Stream. The link to join the meeting is posted in the upcoming meeting Agenda.

About the Board of Education

The Goshen Central School District Board of Education is composed of seven volunteer members who are elected by the community. School board members typically serve three-year terms and devote many hours of service to Goshen students and the community. They continually strive for improvement, quality, and progress in education.

The Board of Education has legal responsibility for the operation of the district within the framework of the laws of the State of New York. The Board establishes the policies under which the school district will be operated and the Superintendent of Schools is responsible for administering the school program within the context of those policies. The Board’s seven members serve without pay.

Board of Education meetings are held in the Board Room at the Main Street Building on the first and third Monday of each month, except when Monday is a holiday.

The majority of meetings begin at 7:30 p.m.,  but there are instances where meeting times may change. Please be sure to check each meeting’s agenda, which is posted online,  to reconfirm that particular meeting’s actual start time. 

Exceptions to this schedule are noted in the school calendar and on the district website.

Members of the Board of Education are:

  • Jason Pucci, President
  • Jeremy Cassel, Vice President
  • Martha Bogart
  • Judith Green
  • Michael Lorenzo
  • Thomas Mullane
  • Allison Salte