Tag: SAS

  • Voters to decide on $91,855,061 proposed budget 5/21

    Voters to decide on $91,855,061 proposed budget 5/21

    Proposed spending plan maintains programs and operations, remains below tax levy limit On Tuesday, May 21, the residents of the Goshen Central School District will vote on a proposed $91,855,061 budget for the 2024-25 school year. If approved, the proposed spending plan would result in a 2 percent tax levy increase for next year – […]

  • Elementary students catch a glimpse of their first eclipse

    Elementary students catch a glimpse of their first eclipse

    A solar eclipse occurred on Monday, April 8 this year and the Goshen community was able to see the sun partially covered by the moon between 2 and 3 p.m. Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School students created paper hats to commemorate the occasion, and teachers alternated taking their classes outside at various points from the beginning […]

  • #FacultyFriday: Crystal Panatelli

    This week’s focus is on Goshen Teacher Aide Crystal Panatelli, and education professional who has been with the district for almost a year. Before joining the Goshen Central School District, Panatelli worked as a bus monitor, in food service, as a substitute teacher assistant at the Washingtonville Central School District, and as a teacher assistant […]

  • Save on payment fees for Food Services with MySchoolBucks OnePay

    MySchoolBucks has launched OnePay, a payment option that provides annual savings for families who use the service to pay for school lunches. Membership allows families to pay a one-time upfront fee for multiple e-check payments over the course of the year without additional fees. Plan options include: Instructions to get started

  • #FacultyFriday: Andrew O’Neill

    This week we are highlighting Andrew O’Neill, a music teacher in his fourth year at Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School. The elementary school educator earned his associate’s degree from SUNY Dutchess Community College, bachelor’s degree from SUNY Purchase College, and master’s degree from Pace University. Before joining the Goshen Central School District, O’Neill worked as a […]

  • Summer 2024 Young Writers Programs through HV Writing Project @ SUNY New Paltz

    The Hudson Valley Writing Project brings young people together to find their voices, share their ideas, and experience the joy of writing. Website: newpaltz.edu/hvwp Email: hvwp@newpaltz.edu Phone: 845-257-2836 *Tuition assistance is available Ages 7-9 Making Books SUNY New Paltz July 8-12 | 9a.m. – 1 p.m. | $295 Exploring Nature Through Art & Writing SUNY […]

  • SAS English language learners dive into gingerbread lore and cookies

    In December, SAS English as a New Language (ENL) classes celebrated gingerbread people with stories, crafts, and taste-testing. With assistance from their teachers, Alison Roper and Michelle Rodstrom, students read numerous stories, made text-to-text connections, discussed story elements (characters, setting, problem, solution), and followed a recipe to make gingerbread ornaments for their families. “They learned […]

  • #FacultyFriday: Analisse Fife

    This week’s spotlight is on Kindergarten Teacher’s Aide Analisse Fife, who has been with the district for one year. Fife worked as an English language teacher abroad, religious education teacher and dance teacher before joining the Goshen Central School District at Scotchtown Avenue Elementary School in January of this year. She is also a licensed […]

  • Food Services to add new recipes to school lunch menus

    In efforts to use more local farm-to-school ingredients, the district’s Food Services department hosted a training for its staff in November. Students can expect to see some of the items prepared on menus for the month of December and beyond. Recipes to be included in future menus include:

  • 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 […]