Recently the Kindergartners at Goshen Elementary celebrated Pirate day. They dressed up in their pirate attire for the day. The students participated in a mapping activity by going on a scavenger hunt to find the hidden treasure.
The 4th graders in Mrs. Norton's class have spent a lot of time learning about Utah's Native Americans. After gathering information about their tribe, groups got down and dirty while making models of their tribe's dwelling!!
Goshen Elementary would like to congratulate Grandma Lola and Grandma Chatwin. On Wednesday, September 16 they were honored at a luncheon for being in the volunteer grandparent program. Grandma Lola received a plaque for 10 years of service and Grandma Chatwin has been volunteering for 19 years. They have helped many students at Goshen Elementary and are greatly
The Summer Packet Extravaganza is a reward for those students who complete a math, reading, and writing packet for their grade level. This year the students got to jump in jumping houses, cruise down blow-up slides, joust in a blow-up cage, golf, play basketball, have three-legged races, waltz around numbers to music, and dunk teachers in a dunking tank. It was quite the "Extravaganza". Congratulations to all of those students who worked extremely hard to complete their summer packet!
Denise Ray is the new literacy specialist at Goshen Elementary. She has been going around the classrooms teaching students what it means to use fluency in their reading. Pictured is a student wearing large ears to remind students to use their EARS (Expression, Accuracy, Rate, and Smoothness) while reading.