Next year (2022-2023 school year), breakfast and lunch will no longer be free for every student. Below, you will find information from a press release from the Utah State Board of Education about a new program to help families that may NOT be eligible for free or reduced meals but may need help to buy food for their kids' lunches. In order to even qualify for this new program (called P-EBT) you MUST apply for free or reduced lunch NOT LATER THAN MAY 6th.
This week is Health & Safety Week at Goshen School, and we had an awesome opportunity to meet one of Utah County's K-9 officers, Chaos and his handler, Deputy Provstgaard. Mr. Atkin was able to meet Chaos up close and personal though, by donning the bite suit and sacrificing his arm for our entertainment (no worries...his arm was a little red afterwards, but otherwise fine). He was a great sport, and the kids thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Mrs. Mitchell was chosen as Teacher of the Year for our school this year. Mrs. Mitchell is a fun-loving, happy teacher. She is industrious, reliable, punctual, and hard-working. Marie does everything to help her students learn and feel loved. She exemplifies integrity, kindness, and commitment. Each student thinks they are her favorite. We have been so lucky to have Mrs. Mitchell be a member of our Goshen Family! Congratulations Mrs. Mitchell!