The school board recognized members of two Strategic Planning sub-committees on Monday night; Communications/marketing and Resource Utilization. GCS staff members who served on the committees included: Communications/marketing committee: Amanda Herrera, Barry Younghans, Bill Born, Brian Bechtel, Brian Sapp, (Brock Maust), … Continue reading →
How well do you know GCS? The history, what is happening now, or what the plans are for the future? To see how well our followers know GCS, we will be posting trivia questions to test your knowledge and have … Continue reading →
On Monday, students from Parkside Elementary heard from a special visitor: Parkside 4th grade teacher Mrs. Mary Brookins dressed as Ms. Frizzle (from The Magic School Bus) and taught in grades K, 1, 3, 4, and 5! They made models … Continue reading →
The City received notice this afternoon that the railroad’s plans have changed once again. They are not closing the Madison Street railroad crossing right now, and they are moving up the closures of the other street. On Friday, August 18, … Continue reading →
Maple City Multicultural Festival WHEN: Saturday, August 26th, 12 – 6 p.m. ¿CUANDO? Sábado, 26 de agosto, 12 – 6 p.m. WHERE: Rogers Park, 102 Chicago Avenue, Goshen, Indiana ¿DÓNDE? Rogers Park, 102 Chicago Avenue, Goshen, Indiana FEATURING/PRESENTANDO: … Continue reading →
Parenting is the most rewarding job many of us will ever have. It can also be the most challenging! Recognizing parents need support to know how to handle both everyday behaviors like tantrums, disobedience and bedtime struggles, as well as … Continue reading →
Enjoy a collaborative video by local business owners and a GMS teacher, as they welcomed back the GCS staff last week: https://www.facebook.com/doinggood4goshen/videos/840990669402373/ Thank you so much for encouraging GCS teachers!
Today marked the official start of the 2017-18 school year for Goshen Community Schools. Teachers and staff members were welcomed by administrators, GEA members, and GCS Human Resources staff. After a breakfast in the newly updated GHS cafeteria/kitchen, teachers had … Continue reading →