Gladiators recapture Spirit Trophy after 13 years in a 14-7 win over rival Warwick Wildcats!

   The Goshen Gladiators recaptured the coveted Spirit Trophy for the first time since 2003, in a 14-7 victory against the rival Warwick Wildcats at the 106th Spirit Trophy Game on Oct. 5. With the win, Goshen breaks a 13-year losing streak against Warwick dating back to 2004. The team is now 5-1 in season …

Cheers to C.J. Hooker’s September “Students of the Month”

Who is a  C.J. Hooker “Student of the Month?” He or she is: Respectful – The student treats classmates, teachers and staff with respect by valuing each as an individual, respecting differences, and valuing the work that others do. Responsible – The student embraces the responsibility required to maintain progress in their schoolwork and other …

Next Board of Education meeting is Monday, Oct. 15

    Please note the next Board of Education meeting is  Monday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m.  The date was incorrectly listed in the print edition of the district’s 2018-2019 calendar. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused and appreciate your understanding.

Middle school’s “Honors Barbecue” recognizes students who earned Honor Roll status all four quarters of last school year

  Seventh and eighth-grade students who made the C.J. Hooker Middle School Honor Roll for all four quarters of the prior school year were treated to a special barbecue luncheon today, Oct., 4, during their regular lunch periods. Principal William “The Gladiator Grillmaster” Rolon prepared hamburgers and hot dogs for the honored guests, who then …

SAS students exercise their minds and their bodies at the Kinesthetic Lab

Sitting still at a desk for too long makes six-year-old Thomas’s leg sleepy, he said. Sitting for long periods at a time can make your brain, sleepy, too – especially as an elementary school student. When a case of the wiggles hits students at Scotchtown Avenue School (SAS), they can shake them out at the …

Thomas Heinzelman appointed interim principal

The following letter was sent to parents on Tuesday, Oct. 2. After we sent the letter, we noticed a misprint. We mistakenly say that Mr. Heinzelman served as the high school’s interim principal/athletic director in 2011 to 2013. That should have said that he served as the high school’s assistant principal/athletic director. Following the resignation …

Concrete poured for high school’s new orchestra pit as structural steel work continues

Construction advancements are continuing at Goshen High School, all part of the $30.48 million capital improvement project that will help create 21st century learning environments, address safety and security, modernize the performing arts program and auditorium and upgrade athletic facilities. This past week, concrete was poured for the school’s first-ever orchestra pit. Structural steel installation …

Support the Class of 2019 with its mums fall fundraiser

Fall means it’s time for  mums and the annual fundraiser supporting  Goshen’s Class of 2019. Funds raised will help the Class of 2019 pay for prom and its senior trip to Disney World.  Choose from red, white, yellow, lavender or bronze mums at only $6 each! Mums come from Wessels’ Farm in Otisville. The sale ends …

Congratulations to the 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

The Goshen Central School District is proud to announce this year’s inductees to its Athletic Hall of Fame. Four outstanding individuals – as well as the entire 1997 boys varsity soccer team – were  honored at a special ceremony on Sept. 29. “For many Goshen students, participating in athletics was one of many positive defining …