GIS & SAS Parent/Teacher Conferences to be rescheduled

Due to the possibility of wintry weather on Thursday evening, the Evening Parent/Teacher Conferences for Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School and Goshen Intermediate School will be rescheduled: GIS conferences will be rescheduled to Tuesday, November 27 SAS conferences will be rescheduled to Thursday, November 29 Please reach out to your child’s teacher if your scheduled time …

BOCES performing indoor air quality test after stale odor detected

Yesterday, a kindergarten teacher at Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School reported a stale odor in her classroom, room 17, to building administrators. The Orange-Ulster BOCES Health/Safety and Risk Management team was contacted and is performing an indoor air quality test to ensure that the classroom, as well as surrounding classrooms, is appropriate for occupancy by students …

Stay knowledgeable about the flu with these facts and tips

The first documented cases of influenza, or the “flu,” often begin in October. Please consider these facts and tips to help prevent the spread of flu, courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. (NCIRD). Flu Facts Influenza (the flu) is an infection of the nose, throat and …

Register now for Nov. 29 ‘Pedal for SAS’ event

Registration is taking place now for the Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School’s  “Pedal for SAS” event at PEDAL in Goshen  at 29 St. John St. on Thursday, Nov. 29 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. PEDAL is a cycling  and personal training studio which offers  cycling, kettle bell and personal training in group or private sessions. Tricky Tray …

SAS students exercise their minds and bodies at Kinesthetic Lab

Embedded YouTube video of the kinesthetic learning lab at Scotchtown Avenue 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 …

Opening day honors long-term employees as capital improvement project work continues

  Goshen Central School District faculty and staff kicked off the school year on Sept. 4 with an opening day session which also honored long-term employees. Superintendent Daniel Connor welcomed staff back and wished everyone a happy and productive school year. Connor said the last 10 weeks were filled with a tremendous amount of construction …

Photo/publicity opt-out form available online

The Goshen Central School District is proud to highlight its students via the district website and social media, printed publications and by sending press releases to local newspapers. Your child’s name, photograph and information may be shared to showcase his or her participation in school activities as well as accomplishments in academics, music, athletics, etc. …

Cafeteria reference guide online

Read on for a quick refresher on the food service department’s lingo and how a student can pay for meals using MySchoolBucks and reload his or her account. 2018-19 Meal Prices Elementary and Intermediate Schools Breakfast: $1.60 Lunch: $2.60 Middle and High School Breakfast: $1.60 Lunch: $2.85 Students are able to purchase a la carte …

District, police department enter into long term partnership

Come September, all four of Goshen Central School District’s school buildings will have its own dedicated school resource officer to assist with safety and security issues. The district officially entered into a long term partnership with the police department to continue its school resource officer program during its board of education meeting on August 20. …