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Student Placement for Next Year
Each spring, some parents request a specific teacher or special student placement consideration for the following school year. Although this practice is not encouraged, I recognize the desire many parents have to be involved in this aspect of their child’s education. Parent input is one of several factors I consider when creating classes – I balance classes academically, behaviorally, and socially making sure all students have an optimal environment. I take my responsibility of student placement very seriously and will spend a great deal of time this summer on this task. If you desire to request a specific teacher or special student placement for next year, please come to the office between APRIL 29 – MAY 10 to fill out a request form. We will not send one home with your student(s). I do not deal with requests on a first-come, first-serve basis; I consider all the requests together. The form will not be available until April 29 in the front office.
COLOCACIÓN de los alumnos para el PRÓXIMO año
Cada primavera, algunos padres hacen una petición para que sus hijos puedan tener un maestro o un lugar especifico el siguiente año escolar. Aun cuando no animamos a llevar a cabo este procedimiento, reconozco que de alguna manera esto es una manera en que los padres se envuelven en la educación de sus hijos., Las observaciones de los padres es uno de todos los factores que considero cuando se crean las clases. – Balanceo las clases de manera académica, de conductay la socialidad, para estar segura de que todos los estudiantes tendrán un ambiente optimo. Tomo mi responsabilidad al colocar a los estudiantes muy seriamente y tomare bastante tiempo durante este verano para llevar a cabo este trabajo durante el verano.Si usted desea pedir a un maestro especifico o un lugar especial para su estudiante para el próximo año, por favor venga a la oficina entre el 29 de ABRIL y el 10 DE MAYO, para llenar una forma.No mandaremos una con sus hijos a casa y tampoco será en base al que primero escoja; voy a considerar todas las peticiones juntas. La forma no estará disponible sino hasta el 29 de Abril en la oficina principal.
Thanks to the PTA for a wonderful Health and Safety Week. The students were challenged during the week to make healthy choices and to do the things that would, also enhance their safety. As a culminating activity the students rotated through stations from seat belt safety, to fire safety. Thank you to the Goshen PTA, Utah County Sheriff Dept. for the seat belt crash cars and the Goshen Fire Department.
With the checker flag, they were off and running! The kindergarten classes were in a race for the Kindy 500 at Goshen School. They drove their way through the halls to greet all of the school with their fancy hot rods! Kindergarten students drove around America learning about our wonderful nation, such as the bald eagle, Lady Liberty and a stop to meet Betsy Ross (Mrs. DeGraffenried) and learning about other symbols of the USA!
The students at Goshen School enjoyed another fun “It Pays to Read” assembly. Students earned a chance to be picked in a drawing for prizes and a chance to shoot basketballs for money. Thank you teachers, staff and parents at Goshen School, for your hard work and time to help inspire our students to read!
GOSHEN ELEMENTARY placed 7th out of 24 schools!
A special thank you to Mrs. Lopez for organizing the Chess Club. We appreciate her support. We are also thankful for the great parents who have supported their students in the Chess Club.
NEBO CHESS TOURNAMENT WINNERS
6th Grade: 4th Grade:
Fourth Place: Devon Lopez Fifth Place: Marcus Stewart
NEBO CHESS TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS
Kindergarten 1st Grade:
Sean Perry Skylar Black
3rd Grade: 4th Grade:
Lacie Waters Jason Lefevre
5th Grade: 6th Grade:
Alexis Waters Brett Stewart
The theme for the month of February was Friendliness. Students that were chosen because they show that they are extra friendly to others for the month for February were:
Kindergarten - Cody Carter, Rhett Anderson, Arianna Sabin
1st Grade - Skylar Black, Garrett Hofer
2nd Grade - McLayne Balzy, Cambry Seamons, Trevor Jacobsen, Victor Vazquez
3rd Grade - Elmina Clinger, Kache Davis
4th Grade - Lauren Cowan, Emilee Voran
5th Grade - Fatima Sanchez, Audrey Sexton
6th Grade - Mikayla Larson, Lydia Lundell
Students in the upper grades at Goshen School enjoyed an assembly given by book author, J Scott Savage. He is the author of the Farworld middle grade fantasy series and the Case File 13 middle grade monster series. During the assembly, Mr. Savage shared with the students ways to make their writing exciting and creative. He told the students that he started telling stories to his cousins and friends when he was just eleven years old. It was at this young age that he knew that he wanted to be a writer.Mr. Savage has been writing and publishing books for over ten years. He has visited over 400 elementary schools, dozens of writers conferences, and taught many writing classes. He has four children and lives with his wife Jennifer and their Border Collie, Pepper in a windy valley of the Rocky Mountains.