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Our fabulous child nutritionists, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Whiting and Mrs. Copley won the Golden Kitchen Award in October! They are always going the extra mile for our students!!! They put in extra time to make sure that our students have great breakfast and lunches. They are always smiling and kind to our students!
Shanni Call was selected by Goshen Elementary to represent the Boys and Girls Club of Utah County at the Annual Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce's Business-Education Partnership Awards breakfast on Friday, November 1, 2019.
Shanni Call was instrumental in helping Goshen Elementary recieve the after school clubs grant that is funding our club program. Shanni oversees all those that make our clubs possible.
Thank you for all of your help and support!
This year, the teachers and staff will also be given an Ambassador of the Month reward based on the principle being worked on. For September, Our school secretary Mrs. Oberg and Teacher Technician Mrs. Wride were given the reward for Showing Respect. Some of the things that were said about them were:
- Mrs. Oberg is alway respectful in answering any questions.
- I know I can go to her and she will always be polite and patient in explaining procedures.
- She respects everyone's privacy.
- She always has kind things to say about everyone, and is always willing and happy to help.
- She is respectful to everyone who comes into the office.
- She is always so kind and happy, and is a pleasure to talk to.
- She respects everyone in the community whether it's faculty, staff, parents, students or other visitors to our school.
- She is always smiling and willing to do anything she is asked.
- She is willing to do things to help when she is not asked.
- She goes above and beyond in her job.
- She is always willing to help others.
- She has been a positive influence for everyone.
October's Staff Ambassadors of the Month were given to our Skills Coach, Mrs. Nielsen and one of our 3rd grade teachers, Ms. Adams for Responsibility. Fellow staff members had the following to say about them:
- She is always there whenever she is needed.
- She is responsible for taking care of students that are being tracked, for multiple reasons.
- She is there to help with problem behaviors, and is willing to do any job that is asked of her.
- You always know if she is given a job, it will be done in a timely manner.
- She is loved by all of the students.
- She is an asset to our school.
- She can alway be counted on for any assignment she is given.
- She makes sure to get things done.
- Ms. Adams wears many hats on our staff, and handles all of them like a superstar!
- She is continually volunteering to do things.
- She goes out of her way to make our school a happier place to be.
- She leaves a little sparkle everywhere she goes.
On Tuesday, Goshen students attended a fun assembly put on the jump rope group, The Jumpin' Company. The group consists of childeren the same age as our students who have learned to jump rope competitively. The students (and some teachers) were able to learn the basics of different jump rope moves and participate in the assembly. It was a fun time for everyone! We would like to thank The Jumpin' Company for visiting our school and getting our students excited about jump rope!
The 2nd Grade was excited to have Fireman Blake Jolley come and talk to our students about fire safety. Students learned the importance of fire alarms, having an exit plan and not playing with fire. Mr. Jolley then showed his gear, his truck and then let the students operate the firehose. It was a valuable and memorable activity for all. Thanks Angie and Blake Jolley for supporting our students!