Goshen Center School

Regional School District No.6

Principal's Message for January 14, 2016

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Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members,

Leadership Conference

Student Council officers from the 5th and 6th grade, attended the Elementary Student Leadership Conference on Tuesday, January 12th at Naugatuck Community College in Waterbury, CT. The conference provided these students, the opportunity to develop skills needed to be effective leaders. They participated in hands-on activities designed to foster leadership skills in productive thinking, decision-making, communication and creative problem solving.

Our student council treasurer stated,"I learned that leaders are creative."

Our student council president added, "I learned a lot from the leadership conference. The biggest idea I took away was that to be a good leader, you have to share the power."

The student council vice-president said: "At the leadership conference, my favorite part was the no bullying class because they did skits to represent what they were talking about."

And finally, the student council secretary added, "My experience going to the Leadership Conference was amazing! We learned about bullying and other interesting topics. It was also really fun because I wrote down some cool ideas we could do for our school."

Principal Advisory and School Climate meeting

Please join me on Friday, January 22nd at 9:00 a.m. for Coffee with the Principal also known as Principal Advisory and School Climate meeting. Please join me for a cup of coffee and discuss current topics at Goshen Center School. Please R.S.V.P. to Wanda Wiig at 860-491-6020 if you are able to make it.

Collaboration at work!

Our morning preschoolers and third graders collaborated by playing the game, Obstacles. The game allowed students to go on adventures through paths of hazards and barriers. They worked to overcome obstacles by using unlikely tools in silly and imaginative ways. The students worked together towards solutions to get them "home". The experience promoted cooperation and imagination! I was lucky enough to take part in the fun.
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Library Media/Makerspace Announcement click here from Renee Farrell

Looking for donations.

Please note the following UPCOMING EVENTS:

  • January 15th - African Dance & Drumming (K-6) Assembly @ James Morris School from 9a.m -1p.m. Please note changes to the menu for January 11th - 15th due to the January 15th field trip to JMS. Click Lunch Menu below.

  • January 18th - No School - Martin Luther King day

  • January 20th - 5th & 6th Instrumental Concert @ 6:00 p.m. Wamogo

  • January 22nd - Principal Advisory Meeting - all parents welcome 9:00 a.m.

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


Tracy Keilty

GCS Principal