Where did we catch Spirit this week? Take your guesses to the office and on Friday, one person will be picked to receive a prize!
Last week, during our kindness week, the students were asked to write just one kind thing that they did during the week, and we used them to make our kindness tree. We had so many kind things done by our students, that the "leaves" have started taking over the wall by the lunch room! We have such a great school, and such great students! Thanks for being so kind to one another!
This month, it was the 3rd grade's turn to show the school what they've been learning. They sang a fun song all about Antonyms that included lots of different opposites! They sounded great! Thanks for sharing that with the school!
This month's Ambassadors of the Month were chosen by their teachers for showing how hard they work. Thanks kids, for working so hard on your school work, being kind and respecting your teachers!
To wrap up Kindness Week, and all of the fun activities this week, we wanted to say a special thank you to our many Community Helpers. From the PTA, to the Utah County Sheriff's Office, from the Goshen, Genola & Santaquin Fire Departments to our local City Workers, each class made a poter for a special group of volunteers to show them how much we appreciate them. They were all invited to an assembly held in their honor, and presented with the posters. What a great way to end our Kindness Week, to show how much we appreciate those that help us the most!
This week Goshen students have taken the time to write notes to teachers, lunch ladies, bus drivers, crossing guard, PTA, custodians, technicians, speech teachers, sectretaries, the principal and friends. Thank you for the sweet notes of encouragement and love!!!!
Student council members created a sign "Be Kind!!!" to help everyone remmeber that KINDNESS MATTERS!
Goshen students, teachers and staff unite to show kindness!
On Wednesday January 17th the Hogle Zoo came to Goshen School's 2nd grade to teach us about habitats. Students had the opportunity to observe and sort items from two habitats in Utah (desert and wetlands). The zoo also introduced animals from each habitat. It was an experience to remember.