Congratulations to the Unified Track and Field team. So far they have obtained over 9- 1st places, 9- 2nd places and 3- 3rd places. They are doing so great. They have a 400M that so far is unbeaten. But most of all, the kindness, cheerfulness and comradity shared with the other teams has been heartwarming. Please, shout a BIG, “GO REDHAWKS”, that they so proudly shout all the time.
For pick up:
Mrs. Clark is available in room 2515 before and after school, and at lunch (11:30-1:30).
Contact your guidance counselor for other arrangements
You can still place orders online. Jostens will let Mrs. Clark know that you have paid and you can pick up your order from Mrs. Clark in room 2515
Mrs. Clark has some extras, bring $50 (cash only) to room 2515
Need just a tassel?
Mrs. Clark has extra tassels that can be purchased for $10 (cash only)
Any other questions? Contact your guidance counselor or Mrs. Clark,email@example.com
The City of Goshen and the Goshen Tree Board want to recognize your accomplishments by offering you and your family a tree, which you may plant at your home, or another private site of your choosing.
The following link includes multiple resources about this program including:
- A Google Form for you to sign up and select your tree
- A congratulations letter
- Instructions for how to plant and take care of your tree
- An invitation to a tree planting ceremony
Trees For Graduates 2021 – Google Drive
Graduates signing up for a tree will receive it at Graduation Practice on May 27.
Please stop by the student counseling office and let us know where you would like your final transcript to be sent to if you are attending College/Trade School.
Please stop by the student counseling office and let us know if you have received any Scholarships.
Goshen City Council Youth Advisor voting for Thursday, 5/20
If you are a current junior and interested in politics or government and would like to serve alongside the Goshen City Council, please contact Mr. Weldy via email at firstname.lastname@example.org about running for the 2021-22 Goshen City Council Youth Advisor position. Feel free to contact Hazany Palomino with questions, as she is the current representative for GHS or reach out to Josh Scrock, Jake Smith, or Misleny Moreno as they were involved in the 2020/21 election and currently serving in other roles with Goshen city.
Summer School Registration is open now until May 14th. All summer classes will be offered in-person either at GHS or Merit Learning Center. There will be on APEX and teacher-led courses available, as well as PE. There will be no options to complete classes virtually from home.
Students interested in completing a class this summer should contact their counselor to get more information or follow the steps on the 2021 GHS/Merit Summer School information page to get access to the Summer School Enrollment form.
It is time for the annual GHS Prom Dress Drive. The purpose of this drive is to provide free dresses for students who want to go to the prom but may be in financial need. We have several dresses in various styles and sizes to choose from. If you are in need of a prom dress or if you wish to donate a gently used dress, please contact Mrs. Hershberger in Room 3260 (email@example.com) or Mrs. Shakley in Room 2255 (firstname.lastname@example.org). You may also email or ask one of your teachers to help you get in contact with one of us.
Spring sports have started and the fan attendance plan is by venue. At track & field at Foreman Field, tennis, golf, JV baseball at the Little League and V/JV softball at Shanklin, there are no capacity limits but all Covid protocols must be followed to attend, including wearing a face covering at all times. For baseball played at Phend Field, we do have to restrict to 4 fans/rostered player.
The Goshen RedHawks (13-10, 6-5 NLC) picked up a big out of conference win on Thursday night beating Mishawaka Marian by a score of 3-2. The RedHawks went into the final inning with a 2-2 tie when Reece Fisher hit a ground ball to 3rd base that scored Noah Alford to win the game.
Outside of the walk off hit, all the RedHawk excitement came from the pitchers mound. Sophomore Jake Turner pitched a complete game for the RedHawks, picking up his first win of the season. Turner gave up 2 runs on 5 hits, 3 walks and struck out 5 hitters. He was able to keep the Knights off balance all night on the way to the victory.
Quinn Bechtel drove in 1 run for the RedHawks on a squeeze bunt and Reece Fisher drove in the other 2 runs for the RedHawks who had 8 hits on the evening. Fisher led the way with 3 hits.
The RedHawks continue their 2021 campaign with a home game against NLC foe, Concord on Friday night at 5pm at home.
Goshen traveled to Meadow Valley GC in Middlebury to take on the host Northridge Raiders and Concord Minutemen.
Goshen gets a big win in the NLC on the road. GHS 167 NR 168 Concord 170
The RedHawks were led by Chase Meyer who fired a 38, Jackson Guiped carded a 39 and Zach Subera had his personal best in a match with a 43. Jacob Moyer added a 47 and Cam Schneider 48.
RedHawk varsity record is 10-1 (3-1)
Next Action: Saturday May 15 at Culver Academy Invitational at Swan Lake GC
Lucy Kramer & Mara Schrock at #1 & 2 Singles advanced to the front draw of the NLC Tennis Tourney Wednesday night at NorthWood. They each only needed 2 sets to emerge victorious. The 2nd round is at Concord on Thursday night.
The 2nd round of the Northern Lakes tennis tournament concluded Thursday night at Concord. The #1 doubles pair of Kathryn Detweiler and Joya Drenth and #3 singles player Sarah Harmelink won in straight sets. #2 doubles player Tori Barkey was without injured partner Abril Diaz, but fellow junior Mireya Benitez stepped up valiantly in her place. They won the first set, dropped the 2nd set, and overcame a 1-4 deficit in the 3rd to win. The final round of the tourney is Friday at NorthWood.
IN SPORTS ACTION TODAY:
The Varsity girls Tennis team will play in the NLC Finals at Northwood starting at 4:30pm
The JV and Varsity softball teams will play Concord HS at Concord starting at 5:00pm
The JV and Varsity boys baseball teams will play Concord HS. The JV will play at Goshen Little League and the Varsity will play at Phend Field. Both have 5:00pm start times.
SPORTS ACTION THIS WEEKEND:
The boys JV baseball team will play a double header against Angola HS at Angola starting at 9:00am
The boys Varsity golf team will compete in the 59th CMA Invitational at Swan Lake starting at 10:00am
The boys and girls JV track and field teams will compete in the Concord Invitational at Concord starting at 10:00am