Important updates for summer & fall

The Goshen Central School District is working to create a reentry plan for the fall with available guidance from public health and education agencies. Pertinent information will be shared here.
Superintendent addresses school reentry planning | Summer meal info | Graduation and end-of-year info

Food Services to provide summer meals beginning July 6

The Food Services Department will provide summer meals to Goshen students in need beginning July 6. Families who qualify for free- and reduced-price meals are eligible to pick up five days worth of food every Monday from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the C. J. Hooker Middle School parking lot. The schedule is as follows: July …

End-of-year news and updates for families of K-5 students

Dear K-5 Goshen Families, As we wrap-up the 2019-2020 school year, there are some important details that need to be followed to ensure a successful conclusion and closure to school. Please note the following. The last day for remote learning will be Monday, June 15 June 11 & June 12 will be used to collect …

View a letter from Superintendent Daniel T. Connor

Dear Goshen Schools community, Right now, our world is filled with hurt and anger. What happened in Minneapolis has incited outrage in communities across the country. Although this horrible and unconscionable act occurred far from the boundaries of our small town, it still hits home to many of our students and families. It’s important that …

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 …

Goshen High School track now open to the public

Pursuant to the necessary approvals from local authorities, the track at Goshen Central High School will be open to the public effective May 22. Opening the track for leisure activity will play a crucial role in the community’s collective return to normalcy. It is important, however, to take extra precautions to ensure compliance with state …

Annual school budget vote, BOE election to be held June 9 by absentee ballot

In an executive order issued on Friday, May 1, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that this year’s school budget vote and board of education election will take place on June 9, exclusively by absentee ballot due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. The executive order establishes a timeline of actions that schools must …

No cost childcare available for qualified families

Attention Goshen families seeking child care assistance during the extended school closure: New York State is using a portion of federal funds to provide child care to qualified families at no cost. New York State is using a portion of the federal “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security” (CARES) Act funds to provide child care …

Virtual book club provides professional development, support and connections for faculty

Committed to education while adapting to distance learning, teachers continue to explore ways to connect with their students and rise up to new professional challenges. Keeping up with the times, a professional development idea for summer quickly turned into a virtual book club when schools were suddenly closed. Facilitated by Jonathan Redeker, K-12 technology coordinator, …

Special Education committee meetings to be held remotely during school closure

A letter from the Director of Pupil Personnel Services According to the NYS Education Department, The Committee on Special Education (CSE), Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) and the 504 Committees are not required to meet in person while schools are closed. CSE/504/CPSE meetings will be held virtually through Google Meet from 4/14/20 through 5/1/20. Invitation letters …

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