Goshen Elementary School Halloween Costume Parade
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Parents are welcome. PLEASE wait in the gym. Parade will go through the gym.
NO masks or weapons with costumes please
Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 24, is Goshen Elementary’s SEP Conferences. They start at
2:40 pm and are scheduled for every 10 minutes throughout the evening. Your
conference time has been scheduled. (This will be your scheduled time for all
SEP conferences this school year.) Interpreters will be here to help with
translation if it is needed. If you cannot remember your scheduled time please
call Wednesday morning (801-667-3361) and Mrs. Oberg or Mrs. Robison will help
If you cannot attend at your scheduled time, please call the school and let us
know. Your teacher will contact you Thursday or Friday to schedule a new day
Thank you for your support. We look forward to
meeting with you tomorrow night.
Our 2nd grade classes enjoyed a swash-buckling day of fun. Students, teachers and parent helpers dressed up as pirates, spent the day participating in learning activities and games. Everyone had fun and no one had to walk the plank!
Congratulations to the Students of the Month for September! They are:
Kindergarten - Jonathan Chavarria, Selena Avila-Lopez, Saydee Carter
1st Grade - Addison Palfreyman, Spencer Burrell
2nd Grade - Shayla Martinez, Nathan Weston, Rylie Tew, Keelee Bingham
3rd Grade - Madison Brook, Logan Secrist
4th Grade - Davis Carter, David Moore
5th Grade - Reydesel Cruz, Daxton Boothe
6th Grade - Rebecca Hazelet, Josafat Bermudez
On Friday, September 21, Goshen School held their annual Fall Carnival. Students and their families enjoyed an evening of fun games, rides, face painting, bouncing houses and food. The PTA sponsored this even to help raise funds for our school. A special "Thank You" to everyone who helped make this event possible.
The students at Goshen Elementary School have been enjoying the recently painted playground area. In August, the Novell Volunteer Project employees and the United Way provided the people and paint that made a wonderful brightly colored area possible. Thank you Novell Volunteers and the United Way!