Christmas Program


Goshen's annual Christmas Program will be a sing-along this year.  Each grade has chosen a song to sing, and then the entire school will join in singing during the finale.  Parents are invited to join us Friday at 2:30 in the gym for some fun singing to bring in the Christmas holiday.

Coding Classes

The school district is offering some computer coding classes for students in the 4-6 grades starting in January.  If your child is interested in computers, these would be fun classes for them to take.  The class will not be offered here, but there is a class at Wilson School in Payson if you're interested.  The cost for the beginners class will be $19 and will be held every Wednesday for 4 weeks and the cost for an Intermediate class will be $39 and will be held every Wednesday for 10 weeks.  If you have any questions, there is a link to the flyer with more information, including info on how to sign up.

Christmas Spirit Week


Our wonderful Student Council has a fun Christmas week planned for Goshen School!  Among some fun activities, they have set up dress up days for each day of the week to show Goshen School's Christmas spirit.  Here is a list of each spirit day dress up theme:

Monday: Grinch/Whoville day.  Dress up as your favorite character from the Movie.

Tuesday : Christmas hat day 

Wednesday: Christmas shirt/sweater day 

Thursday: Santa /Elf day:  dress up as Santa or an elf. 

Friday: Red/Green day 

Goshen's Penny Wars have been extended!


Because of the awesome support of our students and faculty, we have decided to extend penny wars until Wednesday. Keep bringing in those coins! 

Penny Wars


Don't forget about Penny Wars going on this week!  Any pennies put in each grades bucket counts towards the grade's total, and any silver/bills put into their bucket goes AGAINST their total.  So far the faculty is winning!!!  Penny wars will be going on through Friday.  This is a great time to get rid of those pesky pennies that weigh your pockets and purse down.  All proceeds will go towards helping a family in need in our area.

November's Students of the Month


Congratulations to November's Students of the Month!  Their teachers chose them to represent their classes for demonstrating Fairness to everyone.  Thanks kids!  Keep up the good work!

The Book Fair is here


The book fair is at our school this week.  It will be open Monday-Friday 8:30-9:00 and during lunch from 11:30-12:30.  It will also be open during SEP's on Wednesday from 2:30-8:30.  This year's theme is monsters, and each teacher has decorated a box for you to vote on.  The winning teacher will receive free books for their classroom, so make sure you stop in an vote.  Each teacher has also picked out a few books and put in their boxes for you to purchase for their classrooms if you would like to donate a book, and any and all books purchased at the book fair will put money towards books for our school.

Don't forget to sign up for SEP's!


SEP's are tomorrow (Wednesday, December 2nd) so don't forget to sign up at this link (or you can find it under the "Parents" tab on the home page.)  Make sure to check the lost and found while you are here for anything that your children may have left at school.  Anything left over after SEP's will be donated to charity.

Sign up for SEP's


It's almost mid-term which means it's time for SEP's!  They will be this coming Wednesday (December 2nd).  Please make sure that you sign up for a time on our SEP sign up page found here .  Please make sure while you are at the school that you check our lost and found bin for anything that might belong to your child.  Anything left after SEP's will be donated to charity.

Food Drive this week


Don't forget about our food drive going on this week!  All food donated will be given to families in our area that are in need over the holidays.  If your student brings in 10 or more non-perishable food items by Friday, and take them to the office, they will receive a token and a special spirit stick.  Thank you in advance for helping us with this food drive!