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Halloween Parade

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Thu, 10/24/2019 - 10:37

Goshen School will be having it's annual Halloween Parade on Thursday 10/31 at 9:15 am. Please meet in the gym and watch all of the ghosts and goblins from our school parade through to scare you! Please remember that students may not wear masks or bring weapons (even pretend) to school.

Red Ribbon Week

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Thu, 10/24/2019 - 10:34

Next week is Red Ribbon Week at Goshen School. Mrs. Lyons has prepared lots of fun activities and dress up days to help us remember how important it is to Say NO to Drugs! The schedule is as follows:

Monday 10/28: Team up Against Drugs: Wear your favorite team jersey or a school spirit shirt.

Tuesday 10/29: Sock it to Drugs!: Crazy Sock Day

Wednesday 10/30: Put a Lid on Drugs: Hat Day

Thursday 10/31: Drugs are Scary: Wear your Halloween costume

Friday 11/1: Don't Let Drugs Ruin Your Dreams: Pajama/Sweats Day

Mr. Hunt is Recognized as Educator of the Week

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Tue, 10/01/2019 - 11:02

Mr. Hunt, was selected as the Daily Herald's Teacher of the Week.

He was recognized in the Daily Herald, Utah County's newspaper, where a nice write up about him was written. Click on the following link to find the story about him!

Congrats Mr. Hunt! We are so glad you are here at Goshen, you definitely deserve this honor!


Mrs. Mitchell Received Award

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Fri, 09/27/2019 - 16:10

Mrs. Mitchell (OEK kindergarten) was selected from more than 124,000 teachers to receive $250 and 250 Bonus Points from the James Patterson and Scholastic Book Clubs Giveaway!  Mrs. Mitchell will use this to enhance the literacy program in her kindergarten class.

2nd Grade Egg Drop

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Fri, 09/27/2019 - 16:02

The third annual 2nd Grade Egg Drop was Friday, September 27th.    This was a hands on science experience in gravity!  Students had to “package” their raw egg so that hopefully, it did not break.  At 2:00 Mr. Carter hauled our eggs up to a special 2nd story door.  He then dropped them for parents and students to watch.  Students then had to open up their packaging to see if their egg was still intact.   Students celebrated the experience with a victory cheer or a chicken dance. It was "egg"citing for all.


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