February 2013

Book Author: J. Scott Savage Visits Goshen Elementary

J Scott Savage Assembly

Students in the upper grades at Goshen School enjoyed an assembly given by book author, J Scott Savage. He is the author of the Farworld middle grade fantasy series and the Case File 13 middle grade monster series. During the assembly, Mr. Savage shared with the students ways to make their writing exciting and creative. He told the students that he started telling stories to his cousins and friends when he was just eleven years old. It was at this young age that he knew that he wanted to be a writer.Mr. Savage has been writing and publishing books for over ten years. He has visited over 400 elementary schools, dozens of writers conferences, and taught many writing classes. He has four children and lives with his wife Jennifer and their Border Collie, Pepper in a windy valley of the Rocky Mountains.

January Students of the Month

February Students of the Month

The theme for January was "Responsibility" and showing that we can be responsible. The "Students of the Month" for January are;

Kindergarten - Karen Mendoza, Ashley Burningham, and Tayven Bingham

1st Grade - Hayden Young and Beau Steinfeldt

2nd Grade - Logan Jackson, Lindy Hampton, Paul Caballero, and Colby Cook

3rd Grade - Brylee Oldroyd and Brinley Cottam

4th Grade - David Spencer and Oscar Carreno

5th Grade - Bridger Eastwood and Seth Judd

6th Grade - Rahel Hiatt and Hank Bowers

3rd Grade Spelling Bee Winners

3rd Grade Spelling Bee Winners

Goshen Elementary third graders had a spelling bee sponsored by the Rotary Club.  The students had fun memorizing words and competing to find the top three spellers. The Spelling Bee winners were:

First place:  Jaeger Nelson
Second place:  Hope Williams
Third place:  Emily Sexton

100 Day Celebrations

Goshen School Celebrates 100th Day
Goshen School Celebrates 100th Day
Goshen School Celebrates 100th Day

The Kindergarten, first and second grades celebrated the 100th day of school. It was a fun day that included different math activities for counting to 100. The first grade students and teachers dressed up to look like they were 100 years old!