Goshen Center School

Regional School District No.6

Principal's Message for May 19, 2016

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Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members,

The annual Region 6 Spelling Bee was held at Goshen Center School on Tuesday, May 17th. The first and second place winners from all three elementary schools participated. Finalists included Diana Squires and Ella Desmond from Warren School, Chandler Coe and Emma Zontok from James Morris School, and our very own Mackenzie Robillard and Madison L’Heureux from Goshen Center School. This year’s bee was extremely exciting with the two finalists going many rounds before a winner was established. The second runner up was Chandler Coe of Morris, with Diana Squires of Warren winning the bee for the second year in a row. Congratulations to all of our participants!

Thank you,

Tracy Keilty

GCS Principal

L.I.F.E. Event Tonight at G.C.S.

Please join us this evening at 6:30 p.m. for students in Prek - Grade 2 for a story event!!

Celebration of Learning

On Thursday, May 26th, all elementary school students, their families, and community members are invited to join us at our first end-of-year elementary Celebration of Learning! This event, which will be held between 5:00-6:15PM in

Wamogo's main gymnasium, will feature each elementary school student's personally selected work that showcases his or her best effort, such as written pieces, mathematical representations, artwork, MakerSpace creations, science models and more.

Visitors are welcome to arrive at any point during the 75-minute window, and to visit the variety of stations that will be arranged in the gymnasium, at least one of which will feature your child's work. Teachers will be at their respective stations to greet and assist you as you explore. We look forward to seeing all of you at this new event, the latest in our series of connections between the students and staff of all three of our RSD6 elementary schools!

6th graders visit Wamogo

Note from Sarah Miller:

Sixth graders from all three elementary school were welcomed at Wamogo Middle School Wednesday for tours, team-building activities, and a chance to meet their future teachers. Yes, Wamogo is a much bigger building than GCS, but, "You can get anywhere and back in under four minutes!" teachers Scott Brady and Christy Concillio assured (and proved) to some nervous students. The tour included some quality time with the animals in the Agriculture Science barns and fields, as well as super-important places like the cafeteria and bathrooms. The visit wrapped up with activities on the tennis courts with 7th grade big buddies and a cool treat while students asked a few questions and shared something positive.

P.T.O Meeting and Elections

Our next PTO meeting will be held on Monday, May 23rd at 4:00 pm at G.C.S. in the Gathering Room. At this meeting, we will be accepting nominations and voting on all officer positions for the 2016-2017 school year. Please join us!

GARDEN OF LIFE Summer Garden Maintenance

Students have been busily working to get the garden ready for another growing season! The Garden of Life has been successful because of the commitment and support of Goshen staff, students, and families. We are proud to be able to donate harvested produce to area soup kitchens and food banks. Come fall, we always look forward to our annual harvest luncheon. Please consider signing up to help maintain the garden for one week this summer. For the summer maintenance routine and sign up, please follow this link.

Field Day News

Field Day will be June 1st from 8:50 - 1:00 p.m. (rain date is June 8th)

All students should bring sunscreen, a hat, a water bottle, a snack, a towel, clothes that can get wet and a change of dry clothes if they want. Any parents who would like to volunteer for the stations between 8:50-1:00 please call the school to sign up.

Goshen Girl Scouts fundraiser for Little Guild

Our Goshen Girl Scouts- Troop 40052

Are Collecting for Little Guild of Saint Francis.

Please Bring in the Following Supplies

for the Cats and Dogs of Little Guild:

cat beds, dog beds, Purina cat food, Purina kitten chow, cat toys, balls with bells, nylon dog bones, dog toys, paper towels, clorox, blanket and towels.

Walmart Gift Cards or Money Donations also accepted!

Box found in the Front Hall by the Office.

Thank you!

2016 Yearbook

Please see attached link to order your 2016 Yearbook.

To reserve your copy print out the attached flyer.

Thank you!

Penny Wars

It’s that time of year again when our friendly ‘Penny War’ battles begin sponsored by our Student Council. Our competition consists of plastic jugs separated by grades and worthy causes. Listed below are the grades and their corresponding causes:

PreK-K FIRST (Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types)

1st-2nd Grades St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

3rd-4th Grades The Water Project

5th-6th Grades Heifer International

Please read attached flyer for more information


WOW Wall

Check out the updated WOW Wall


5/19 - L.I.F.E. event at GCS at 6:30 PM

5/19 - Parent Info night for 6th-grade parents @


5/20 - 6th/7th-grade FNO at Wamogo

5/25 Elementary Instrumental Concert at 6:00 PM

5/26 - Memorial Day Assembly @ 9:15 AM

5/26 - Celebration of Learning 5:00-6:15 PM @


5/30 - Memorial Day - No School

6/1 - Field Day

Please feel free to contact me at any time with questions, comments or concerns.


Tracy Keilty

GCS Principal


Literacy Is For Everyone - L.I.F.E.