View an important letter from the District Health Offices

Goshen Central School District Health Office Changes During Pandemic Dear Parents and Guardians, First, let us welcome you and your children back. This year our offices are going to look a little different. Non emergent visits to the Health Office will not be allowed due to the risk of exposure. These are things such as …

Register to attend Superintendent Search public forum

The Goshen Schools community is invited to attend the Superintendent Search Public Forum at 7 p.m. September 30 in the Goshen High School auditorium. Please note that seats are limited and attendees must register in advance. The purpose of this forum is to give community members an opportunity to express their opinions and desires about the …

Online instruction information, technology support & video tutorials

On Tuesday, September 8, Goshen students will begin the 2020-21 school year. At that time, all students in grades K-12 will be learning remotely. View the district’s six week reopening plan Below are resources for students and families as we begin the school year. The hybrid and remote learning plans directly correlates to New York …

Letter: Interscholastic sports delayed until November 30

Good afternoon, Gladiator Nation, Earlier today, the Section 9 Athletic Council approved a proposal to delay the start of interscholastic sports until November 30, 2020, for all of its member schools. Today’s decision means winter sports will begin on November 30. Fall sports will then begin on or around March 1, followed by the start …

Parents: View clarification about future learning model changes

Dear Goshen families, During one of our virtual meetings, we erroneously stated when parents/guardians would be able to reevaluate and/or change their child(ren)’s learning model. Students in grades K-5 will be given the opportunity to change their learning model after the first trimester, which is November 20, 2020. Students in grades 6-12 will be given …

Online privacy: Why is it important? How can I stay safe?

As students and families get ready to begin the 2020-21 school year, district officials would like to remind them of the importance of data safety and data security — especially with the increasing use of online learning apps, programs, and devices associated with remote learning. Why should I care about data privacy when online? Personally …

Goshen updates six week plan for school reopening

Summer is quickly turning to fall, and district officials are working hard to finalize all the details that the new school year requires. School schedule formation, synchronous and asynchronous instruction, remote curriculum development, teacher/student interactions, extracurricular activities, athletics and so much more – please know that all of our decisions put student and staff health …

“Low risk” sports may return to game play this fall; additional guidance to follow

On Aug. 24, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the following “low-risk” sports can begin to practice and play across the state, beginning Sept. 21: cross country, field hockey, soccer, swimming and tennis. In the coming days, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) and Section 9 Task Force will meet to discuss …

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