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2013 Fall Carnival

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 10/09/2013 - 09:27

Goshen students enjoy spending time at the Fall Carnival!  Thanks goes out to the PTA, parents, and staff at Goshen Elementary!  Our students were able to celebrate fall, being back in school, and find new friends.

September Students of the Month

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 10/08/2013 - 13:05

Congratulations to these students for showing others they care.  These students go above and beyond helping others.  They are considerate of others' feelings, they are willing to be good friends, and people can always count on them to feel included. 

School Community Council Elections

Submitted by l.degraffenried on Fri, 09/13/2013 - 12:40

Goshen Elementary

School Community Council Elections


We currently have three (3) parent openings on our School Community Council. We appreciate the willingness of so many parents to serve this year.  We will be holding elections for three days, September 19, 20 and 23.  The ballots will be available in the office from 8-4 pm on those days. 

The candidates running for the council are:

JoAnn Butts                      Michelle Hardman

Sharee Holman                          Ashley Conklin

Rachel Pipkin


Please support our candidates and come in and vote.

A ParentLink reminder will be sent on September 18th.


Submitted by l.degraffenried on Fri, 07/19/2013 - 12:49

Goshen Elementary Registration

August 1, 2013      8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

What Happens at Registration?

  • Receive class assignments
  • Update your child’s contact information
  • Receive materials & school information
  • Pay activity donation - We ask $20 per child
  • Pay for School lunch – (completed applications for free and reduced lunches will determine Title 1 Funding for the 2014-2015 school year)
  • Update Kindergarten Immunization records (these need to be up to date before your child can start kindergarten)
  • Join PTA and sign up to volunteer
    • Buy School T-Shirts ($10.00) and Hoodies (16.00)
      • Pay for Goshen Elementary Yearbook - $15.00

We will have computers available at the school to update your family contact information.

Tell your friends! 

It is critical that all schools have an accounting of student enrollment to achieve accurate numbers; all students must register on August 1, 2013. (801-667-3361)


Goshen inscripción primaria

01 de agosto de 2013 8:00-4:00

¿Qué sucede en el registro?

  • Recibir las asignaciones de clase
  • Actualizar información de contacto de su hijo
  • Recibir materiales e información de la escuela
  • Pagar la donación de actividad - pedimos $20 por niño
  • Pagar el almuerzo de la escuela – ( Aplicaciones gratis y almuerzos reducidos determinará fondos de título 1 para el año escolar 2014-2015)

 ·         Actualización de inmunización de Kinderregistros (estos deben ser actualizado antes de que su niño puede comenzar kindergarten)

  • Únete a la PTA y Regístrate como voluntario
    • Comprar camisetas de la escuela ($10.00) and susdadera con gorra ($16.00)     
      • Pagar Goshen Anuario elemental-$15.00

Dile a tus amigos!

Es fundamental que todas las escuelas tienen una contabilidad de matriculación de alumnos para alcanzar números precisos; todos los estudiantes deben registrarse en 01 de agosto de 2013. (801-667-3361)


Good-bye to Familiar Faces at Goshen School

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 05/16/2013 - 22:15
Mr. Jim St John
Mrs. Pam Lynn

Good-bye to Familiar Faces at Goshen School

Mr. Jim St. John

Mr. Jim St. John is retiring after spending 25 years as a School Psychologist . He grew up in Los Angeles, California. After graduating from High School, he had experiences working as a lineman on the US and Mexican border, being a bill collector where he was shot at a couple of times in California. At this point he came to the conclusion that there has to be a better way to make a living.

After graduating from BYU, Mr. St. John worked as a School Psychologist in the Utah South Eastern Education System from Price, Mexican Hat to Richfield. He then worked as the Director of Human Services at Dowsen Community College in Glendive, Montana. His family wanted to move back to Utah, so this brought him back, where he has worked for both Alpine and Nebo School Districts.

During Mr. St. Johns retirement, he plans to work with one of his sons restoring old cars, and working on his hay and fruit farm.  He and his wife plan to do a lot of fishing with thier 6 children and their spouses, and most important, their 26 grandchildren. He then said, after all of this, he doesn’t think he will have much free time.


Mrs. Pam Lynn

Mrs. Pam Lynn, our Title 1 Coordinator, will be joining the faculty at Salem Elementary. She will be teaching 1st grade.


Mrs. Shelly Bateman

Mrs. Shelly Bateman who has taught at Goshen school for 17 years, will be taking a leave of absence for the following year.


We at Goshen School want Mr. St. John, Mrs. Lynn and Mrs. Bateman,  to know that they will be greatly missed!



Students of the Month for May

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 05/16/2013 - 04:57
May Students of the Month

For the Month of May 2013, the Students of the Month from Goshen Elementary School.


Kindergarten: Bridger Stockton, Hyatt Bagley, and Kate Blatter

1st Grade: Caleb Spencer, Josie Riley

2nd Grade: Steven Ward, Eduardo Vasquez, Hayden Davis

3rd Grade: Audriana Scarpino, Addisyn Walters

4th Grade: Aleta Lyndell, Jaxon Lundell, Cooper Savage

5th Grade: Chandler Johnson, Emma Lundell

6th Grade: Conner Bateman, Levi Williams



Thank You! Student Council 2012-13

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 05/13/2013 - 14:40
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Thank you to Mrs. Allinson and the students who have served on the Student Council this year. They have given the school and community many hours of service. We have really appreciated their help with our school book exchange days, student control in the halls after school, and our school wide activities with posters. 



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