- Today, 9/27, Coach Sloan will hold a meeting on the upper deck of the main gym during 2nd session of SRT for any girl or guy interested in basketball sideline cheerleading or GMEN. Please come by to learn more about the cheer team at GHS.
- Homecoming Week is 10/11 – 10/15 and will culminate Friday night with the home football game against Wawasee. That game will be free for all GHS students who show their ID and is being sponsored by Interra!
- French Club will be playing Pétanque and having a picnic Monday, October 4 during the 2nd session of SRT. Any and all French students are invited to join in the festivities!
Key Club will meet next Thursday, Oct. 7, Session 2 of SRT in the auditorium.Key Club is dedicated to serving the community and state as we raise money to support Riley Children’s Hospital and other organizations and as we serve with our time.We have volunteer needs to help here at school, as well as in the community.Please plan to join us next Thursday in the auditorium to see how you can get involved in helping others and to spend time getting to know other club members. We look forward to seeing you Thursday!
- Congratulations to the members of the Crimson Marching Band for taking second place in class A and second place overall in the Penn High school Carnival of Bands this past weekend.This coming next weekend the Crimson Marching Band will compete at the University of Toledo in the Bands Of America North east regional. Good luck to all members!
GENERAL SCHOOL INFO:
- Computer equipment – Please do not drop off computers and other equipment to the CPR room by leaving it on the step outside the door, or on top of the half door if it is open. All equipment should be turned in to a live person in the CPR room, or to the main office if no one is in the CPR room. We do not want you to have to pay for broken or lost equipment just because it wasn’t turned in properly. Thank you for helping the CPR staff, and more importantly—helping yourself!
- College Fair
Goshen High School will host the Elkhart County College Fair on Monday, October 4th from 6:00-7:30 pm. Representatives from more than 50 colleges will be available to meet students and answer questions. Multiple military branches will also be represented. Financial aid experts from INvestEd and the Goshen College will be available to answer questions about the financial aid process. If you plan to attend make sure to register for the fair with Strive Scan: it’s free, easy, and will save you time when meeting with colleges at the fair. To register go to www.StriveFair.com and get your barcode.
- What: Merit on the move is a chance for students to earn a credit through Apex for a variety of reasons including re-taking a class to get a better grade, having failed the class previously or even trying to get a credit or two ahead of schedule. Priority is given to students taking classes required to earn diplomas. Classes started in Merit on the Move must be finished by December 16th. Students who do not finish will be required to start over school year or take the course in a traditional classroom.
Who: Merit on the move is open to any sophomore, junior or senior; however, priority will be given to upperclassmen. There is a maximum of 30 students per session, so seating is limited. If you have seniors in your SRT or classes that are a credit or two short of graduating, this is the best way to get what they need!
Where: Merit on the move takes place on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3:45-5:45PM in the Apex lab (room 2805 and 2810 aka the old weight room).
When: Classes start September 28th and run through December 16th. We will not be meeting the week of fall break. Attendance is taken and students with poor attendance will not earn credits. Special arrangements can/have been made to compensate for work and athletic/extra-curricular schedules, but again, good attendance is necessary to earn a credit. Students who do not show up the first week and do not communicate with Mr. Wolf or Mrs. Miller ahead of time, will be removed and replaced with a student on the waitlist.
How: If you would like to sign up a student, or know one that would be interested in signing up contact Mr. Wolf (email@example.com), Mrs. Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the student’s guidance counselor to get them enrolled ASAP.
Interested in applying to Goshen College?
Goshen College will be here on Wednesday, 09/29 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for on-site admissions. A sign-up sheet will be available in the Student Counseling office.
IN SPORTS ACTION TODAY:
- The Unified Football team will play against Tippecanoe Valley HS at Tippy Valley starting at 6:30pm
- Friday night the Goshen RedHawks took on the Warsaw Tigers at Goshen High School. The RedHawks lost to the Tigers 42-0.Leading the offense for the RedHawks was Quinn Bechtel. He passed for 89 yards and ran for 5 yards. Brayden Hinkel had 48 yards receiving.Leading the defense for the RedHawks was Isaiah Park. He had 12 tackles. Blake Wyman and Drew Elliott both had 8 tackles as well.
The Goshen RedHawks (2-4, 0-4 in the NLC) are back in action next Friday night against the Northridge Raiders at Northridge High School
- The RedHawks made it to regionals, which was the first time in 19 years that Goshen advanced as a team. The ladies played well at Noble Hawk, but after rain putting a damper on practice rounds and practices, they didn’t advance. With a team score of 397, Goshen placed 13th out of the 18 teams. Lead by Briza Tayagua-Delgado’s 89, Goshen is hopeful for next season. The first step is that we got to this level and we got to see what it is all about, now on to the post season and playing as much as we can!
- The GHS RedHawks boys varsity soccer team hosted the Mishawaka Marian Knights but lost by a score of 2-4.
Assists for Goshen: Arturo Hernandez-Barrera (2)
Goals for Goshen: Josh Cruz (2)
The loss brings varsity’s record to 6-8-1 overall, and they remain at 4-2-1 in the NLC.
The RedHawks travel to play at Penn on Tuesday evening, September 28. The JV plays at 5:00pm, while the varsity plays at 6:45pm.
- The RedHawks tennis team captured a share of the Northern Lakes Conference crown for the first time since 1999. The boys finished 2nd in the tournament but 1st in regular season play to end up in a tie with Northridge. Pi Wellington finished runner-up at #1 Singles. Moses Sawatzky was champion at #2 Singles after winning the #3 Singles title last year. Isaac Stahly continued Goshen’s tradition by finishing first at #3 Singles. All 3 boys were selected to the All-Conference Team
- The Goshen Girls Soccer team lost 3-1 to South Bend Adams. The Goshen goal was scored by Miriam Ruiz Sanchez and assisted by Isabel Flores Cruz. The teams record is now 8-5-1 overall and 5-1 in the NLC. The next game is Tuesday at home against Concord and a win would secure a 1st place finish in the NLC.
The Goshen JV lost 1-0 to Adams. The JV record is now 8-6 overall and 4-2 in the NLC. The next game is at home Tuesday against Concord.
- Nataly Esqueda led the lady Hawks with her 23rd place finish. She was followed by Marisol Diaz 114th, Mara Schrock 132nd, Sophia Yordy 137th, Carly Yoder 138th, Nadia Romero 151, and Mia Crist 153rd.
The Girls next meet is the NLC Championship race held at Ox Bow park on Saturday.
- Drew Hogan and Cole Johnston took first and second at the New Haven Classic cross country meet. They were followed by Tommy Claxton 10th, Luis Loera 29th, Adrian Mora 56th, Tyler Wiese 57th, and Oliver Biek 83rd.
The Boys will compete at the NLC Championship meet Saturday at Ox Bow park
- Goshen Varsity Volleyball loss to Concord on Thursday evening 1-3.
Kyra Hill led the charge against the Minutemen with 8 kills followed by Abby Wileman and Delaney Ford each with 6. Maddie Garber had 25 assists for the night. Leading the defensive side was Brooklyn Collins with 13 digs followed by Janiece Herrera with 12. The Lady Redhawks next match is on Tuesday at home against LaVille.
- The opening of a new restaurant in the old Kelly Jae’s space on Main Street called Biebs & Ash is a fast casual burger restaurant, hoping to open in the next few weeks.They are looking for quality high school students ages 16 and up. They are looking for dependable, hardworking, sociable students for part time positions within the restaurant. Pay ranges from $10-$16/hr depending on job.Available positions include:
Dining Room Attendants
David Lucchese & Ashley Robinson
Biebs & Ash