Category: Goshen High School

  • Blanket Nation donates 8 blankets to Project Linus

    To spread warmth in a cold New York winter, Goshen High School students have joined forces to make blankets for the Project Linus Organization. Jillian Pucci, a GHS sophomore and president of Blanket Nation, and Advisor Lori Paulus are spearheading the club, which just launched last October. Project Linus provides handmade fleece blankets to children […]

  • GHS students selected for High School All-County Festival

    The Goshen High School music department had 36 students accepted into this year’s High School All-County Music Festival scheduled for Jan. 19 and 20 at Monroe-Woodbury High School. In order to be chosen for this honor, each student prepared an audition piece and performed before a judge in October. It is a high accomplishment to […]

  • #Faculty Friday: Christopher Hoey

    This week’s spotlight is on Goshen High School History Teacher Christopher Hoey, an educator who is new to the district this year.  Originally from Long Island, Hoey earned his bachelor’s degree in History from the SUNY University at Albany in 2013 and his master’s degree in Secondary Education from SUNY Stony Brook University in 2015. […]

  • GHS Creative Writing: Princess Leia team wins STORY WARS! flash fiction contest with “The Puddler”

    GHS Creative Writing: Princess Leia team wins STORY WARS! flash fiction contest with “The Puddler”

    Goshen High School Teacher Beth Laskoski’s creative writing class participated in STORY WARS! — a competition where groups of students wrote flash fiction pieces based on a photograph. A panel of faculty and staff served as judges, and the Princess Leia team came out on top! Congratulations to (L-R) Samantha Sleight, Veronica Donohue, Humna Khan […]

  • Reminders from the Health Office

    Let’s prioritize the health and well-being of our wonderful students throughout the year. Here are some important reminders on when to keep your child home and ensure a speedy recovery: If your child has a fever, it’s not advisable to give them medicine like Tylenol or Advil and send them to school. The fever may […]

  • #FacultyFriday: Jackie LaCosta

    This week’s spotlight is on Goshen High School Special Education Aide Jackie LaCosta, who has been working with the district for three years. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Coastal Carolina University, and has had experience in both the veterinary field and hospitality industry before joining the Goshen Central School District in […]

  • GCSD is hiring! School Bus Drivers wanted

    Looking for part-time work? Interested in supporting your local community? If you meet the following qualifications, we want to hear from you! The Goshen Central School District is currently hiring part-time School Bus Drivers Qualifications: General Job Description: Application:Interested applicants please contact us at (845)615-6700 Job Type: Part-time Pay: From $28.00 per hour Benefits: Schedule: […]

  • #FacultyFriday: Chrissy Pahucki

    This week’s spotlight is on Goshen High School Art Teacher Chrissy Pahucki, an educator who has been with the district since 2002. The artist started her career at Pine Bush Elementary and High School, and then at Poughkeepsie Elementary School before joining the Goshen Central School District 11 years ago. Pahucki received an associate’s degree […]

  • Sky is the limit for new GHS internships

    Sky is the limit for new GHS internships

    After successfully placing more than 250 students in internships over the past nine years, Goshen High School’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program has expanded its options for juniors and seniors this year with a new Vocational Internship Program (VIP). Students in the VIP course are placed in fields such as Carpentry, Auto Mechanics, Electrical […]

  • GHS students perform at All-State Festival

    Congratulations go out to Henry Dong, Kiki Protopsaltis and Michael Lombardi, who were chosen as All-State Musicians. The All-State Music Festival is held every year in Rochester, NY to highlight the extraordinary student musicians in the state. Each spring, skilled students learn a level 6 NYSSMA solo, hire an accompanist and perform before a judge. If […]