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Goshen student's are reading to earn a Wonderful Water Party in May! They need to read a combined total of 160,000 minutes to earn it.
Our December goal is 120,000 reading minutes. Parents please help your student by encouraging them to read nightly. The students need to remember to turn in their reading minutes.
Goshen Students Only Achieve Reading POWER when they READ everyday!!!
The Newsletter of Goshen Elementary
December 2017 Number 4
Happy Holidays from Goshen PTA!!!
We hope you truly enjoyed Thanksgiving with your friends and family. It is such a GREAT time of year! We just want to thank ALL of you who have committed your time, and support to helping us grow and keep doing all the awesome things this year. Our volunteers are simply THE BEST!!!!
A Couple of things to keep on your calendars:
Dec 4- 8 Christmas Pop Bottle Decorating Contest – see enclosed note.
December 8th is our FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT -- DESPICABLE ME 3
**Notes will be sent home, so watch for them!
The next couple of weeks we will be doing some FUN activities with the students to gear up for the holiday. We would love to bring a great spirit to all this year, we will keep you all posted on those activities coming up!!
If you would like to volunteer with us, let us know. The more the merrier. Also, we would like to remind you all to check in with your teachers and see if there is any assistance they need. It is always nice to have the extra help if desired.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!! SEE YOU AT THE MOVIE!!!
Thursday December 7, 2017 by appointment only. Please select a time on our website www.goshen.nebo.edu If you are unable to attend, please email the teachers to make another appointment.
School Christmas Program
The Christmas Program will be a school wide sing-along held Wednesday, December 20th at 9:30 a.m. in the gym.
LOST & FOUND
The mountain of coats found in the Lost & Found seems to grow and grow at Goshen School. They will be on a table in front of the office. Please put your student’s names in their coats and jackets, it helps us find their owners.
Student Council Christmas Week
The student council has planned a fun week for the students at Goshen School. It will be the week of
December 11 through December 15. It will include our annual PENNY WARS and Food Drive.
- Monday, Dec 11 Red and green day.
- Tuesday, Dec 12 Santa or Elf hat day.
- Wednesday, Dec 13 Ugly Sweater Day or just a Christmas sweater.
- Thursday, Dec 14 Christmas socks day
- Friday, Dec 15 Christmas Character day- dress up like your favorite Christmas character- elf, reindeer, Jack Frost, Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, Rudolf, Who's, The Grinch, Nutcracker, Elsa, Ana, etc.
Ambassador of The Month for November
Theme: Achieve Your Best
Tyler Young Iris Garcia Maddox Barbone Scarlett Balzly Kamri Rigby Johan Vazquez Mayzie Moffitt Kai Filimoeatu Bellamie Davis Reva Whalen Kara Cook Jayce Perez Brookelyn Ercanbrack Logan Johnston Rhett Carter
Dates to Remember
NetSmartz Assembly: (K-2 9:30 am) (3-6 10:00 am) December 4
PTA Meeting (2:00 pm) December 5
SEP Conference #2 (3:30-9:30) December 7
PTA Movie Night December 8
Student Council Week (Penny Wars/Food Drive December 11-15
Monday- Red and green day.
Tuesday- Santa or Elf hat day.
Wednesday- Ugly Sweater Day or just a Christmas sweater.
Thursday- Christmas socks day
Friday- Christmas Character day- dress up like your favorite Christmas character- elf, reindeer, Jack Frost, Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, Rudolf, Who's, The Grinch, Nutcracker, Elsa, Ana, etc.
Parents and Pastries Kindergarten December 11
Math Olympiad #2 (9:15 – 9:45) December 13
Falcon Pride Assembly (9:30 am) December 18
Christmas Sing Along (9:30) December 20
Early out (12:00 pm) No Afternoon Kindergarten December 21
Mrs. Openshaw was selected by her colleagues to receive the Crystal Apple Award. The award was presented during faculty meeting by Craig Havey. Her colleagues said the following:
She has a positive attitude with her students and her colleagues. She works hard to make her classroom a wonderful place of learning. She expects a lot from her students and pushes them to go farther than they believed they could go. She goes the extra mile as a teacher. She has innovative ideas and tries to find more and more ways to help her students learn. It is a pleasure working with her.
She often takes extra jobs or volunteers for a committee to help improve our school. She works tirelessly to help her students succeed both as students and as individuals trying to find their way. She thinks outside the box and finds ways to make learning fun and engaging for everyone. Her students feel safe, respected, and excited to be in her classroom every day.
She brought the arts into her class by doing the opera last year and this year. She has positive communication with the students and parents. She is great at helping fellow teachers and staff.