Veteran's Day Assembly

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Mon, 11/14/2022 - 15:34

The 2nd graders at Goshen Elementary have been working hard to learn some patriotic songs, and learn speaking parts for their annual Veteran's Day Assembly. They performed their program for the school and parents on Friday November 11th (Veteran's Day) and Monday November 14th. They did such a great job at honoring those brave men and women that have fought, and continue to fight for our country. As one of their songs state: "Thank you military, our country's proud of you! We are all so grateful for everything you do!" 

PTA Movie Night a Success!

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Wed, 11/09/2022 - 15:33

Our PTA put on a great party Monday night. Parents and students had a great time. The PTA was able to sell out almost everything they brought and we got to visit and build our Goshen family ties. Mr. Atkin brought his wife and five kids to help with the face painting and they were busy all evening brightening the smiles of students in the school. It was a super fun activity. We want to thank the PTA for their support of the school and the Parents for Supporting our PTA. It truly is an oasis out here in Goshen. "One Home One Family"

Goshen PTA Serves Lunch

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Tue, 11/08/2022 - 10:46

Our amazing PTA helped us celebrate Hispanic Heritage month last month. They made the teachers delicious food and had a fun contest during lunch. They Had a glass Jar full of Mexican candy and teachers got to guess how many pieces of candy were in the jar. The winner received a gift certificate and the candy, and the second-place winner got a gift certificate. Mrs. Larson won first place and Mrs. Carreno won second. Thank you to the members of our PTA!

4th Graders Learn About First Responders

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Tue, 11/08/2022 - 10:44

4th Grade students at Goshen are learning about first responders in the Rad Kids program. It is so important that students know what firefighters in full fire gear looks like. Kids will sometimes hide from firefighters because the gear they wear as protection can look scary. Hopefully, this lowers levels of concern and helps prevent tragedy if there ever is a fire in one of our student's lives. Special thanks to Mr. Despain for bringing in the gear and to Bryton for modeling for the class.