Category: Highlights

  • New NJHS members for ’23-’24 inducted

    New NJHS members for ’23-’24 inducted

    C.J. Hooker Middle School inducted 8th grade students into the National Junior Honor Society for the 2023-24 school year on Wednesday, October 18. Membership in the NJHS is an honor bestowed upon deserving students by CJH faculty, and is based on the criteria of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Only first semester eighth grade students […]

  • GHS, SAS students bond at Hispanic Heritage Month bilingual read-aloud

    GHS, SAS students bond at Hispanic Heritage Month bilingual read-aloud

    Students find common ground with a shared home language “What color is an apple?” Charles asked the students after finishing the book and teaching them how to say colors in Spanish. “Rojo!” answered the class. Charles told the students he goes to Mexico every year, and it’s a long journey. “My parents speak a way […]

  • CJH September Students of the Month

    CJH September Students of the Month

    The C.J. Hooker Middle School announced its Students of the Month for September. Students of the Month are: Grade 6 Gadiel Sanchezcastellanos has done an excellent job adjusting to middle school. He comes to his classes well prepared and ready to learn. Gadiel is kind to everyone! He is always willing to help his classmates! […]

  • GHS seniors recognized for excelling in 2022 PSAT/NMSQT

    GHS seniors recognized for excelling in 2022 PSAT/NMSQT

    Judah Gordon and Norah Staunton, seniors at Goshen High School, have been recognized as Commended Students by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) for their academic promise and dedication to excellence. Principal Nicholas Pantaleone and Guidance Director Missi Holland presented these students with a Letter of Commendation from GHS and the NMSC on Monday, October […]

  • GIS Choose Love Ambassador Club inspires young leaders

    GIS Choose Love Ambassador Club inspires young leaders

    Twenty of this year’s fifth graders at Goshen Intermediate School are becoming ambassadors through a new student leadership program. The core formula of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement is that courage, gratitude, forgiveness and compassion-in-action combine to “Choose Love”– and Goshen schools have adopted this formula for the past three years. At GIS in […]

  • Parents/Guardians: Accounts to manage school apps, student tech use

    Parents/Guardians: Accounts to manage school apps, student tech use

    The Goshen Central School District wants parents and guardians to feel in-control of their school app experience and children’s technology use outside of school hours. In order to do this, the district has launched Gladiator Gateway, a digital check point to access the numerous learning applications used in the district, and GoGuardian Parent, a mobile […]

  • Goshen welcomes Erica Cruz, new SAS & GIS assistant principal

    Goshen welcomes Erica Cruz, new SAS & GIS assistant principal

    The Goshen Central School District welcomes Erica Cruz as the new assistant principal for Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School and Goshen Intermediate School. She works alongside SAS Principal Kristin Driscoll and GIS Principal Dr. Matthew Wentworth. After spending the last 16 years working for the New York City Department of Education, Cruz joins the district with […]

  • Congratulations employees serving 20+ years in district!

    Congratulations employees serving 20+ years in district!

    The Goshen Central School District recognizes the following employees for serving 20+ years: Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School Ellen Kramer-Lowe (Teacher Aide) 9/1/2003 – 20 years Michelle Rodstrom (Teaching Assistant) 12/2/2002 – 20 years Alison Roper (ESOL Teacher) 9/14/1998 – 25 years Goshen Intermediate School Aimee Holland (Elementary Teacher) 9/1/1998 – 25 years C.J. Hooker Middle […]

  • FACILITIES UPGRADES: Progress on capital projects

    FACILITIES UPGRADES: Progress on capital projects

    Asbestos abatement, the first step of the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) upgrade portion of the approximately $9 million capital project at Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School, was completed in early July. Because the unit ventilators to be installed are larger than the older units, one row of tile replacement was required in each classroom. […]

  • Goshen Summer Academy launches including wellness

    Goshen Summer Academy launches including wellness

    This year marks the first session of the newly branded English Language Arts (ELA) and Math Summer Academy at Goshen Intermediate and Goshen High School.  “The program is all enrichment, with an emphasis on closing gaps – not assessments,” said Theresa Baker, a GHS English teacher. “We want to keep classrooms engaging, helping students feel […]