Reminder: Cash is no longer accepted in the cafeteria. This includes the al la carte line. If you need to put money on your account, please see Mrs. Haney in the bookkeeper’s office or go to


After hours homework help for any class will start this week! On Mondays and Wednesdays you can meet in the media center after school until 5:00 p.m.


Attention all seniors:  Jostens representatives will be delivering graduation products during SRT on Thursday in the concession stand.  You will need to stop by and pick up your order!  Only cash or a money order will be accepted at delivery if you owe a balance.  Sorry no checks.  Orders MUST be picked up on this day.

Key Club and Kona Ice will be selling shaved ice during Thursday’s home track meet.  Shaved ice is available in 10 flavors for $3 to $5 per cup.  Refillable cups are also available.  Come out and support the boys track team and Key Club!

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week: Most coaches tell their athletes to be careful about their content when it comes to tweeting. Let’s face it, it’s more fun to tweet about success instead of failure. However, if you are a high school athlete, chances are you will have more subpar moments than successful ones. It’s part of being an athlete. PGA golfer Ricky Fowler had one of those bad moments in the first round of the Masters, shooting a high score and giving himself no chance of winning. Critics were making fun of his high-top golf shoes. His tweet said, “I was always taught if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at all.” How do you react to negative comments and subpar games? Most of us are sensitive and care about how others perceive us. Can you react in a positive way and make no excuses? Whether you tweet or not, don’t say anything that you might regret later. Failure can be a part of any sporting event and it is nothing to be ashamed of!


Attention all GHS students: The day you’ve all been waiting for has arrived! The Mr. GHS buckets start this week. There will be a different category for each day. Instead of voting on the traditional physical features of our contestants, this year you will vote on the following: favorite movie, favorite quote, favorite food, favorite cartoon, ideal superhero duo and best baby picture.  All of the proceeds from the buckets go to the boys’ choice charities. So throw your spare change in their buckets during lunch!

The Goshen Public Library doesn’t just lend books! We also offer FREE activities for young adults. Stop in on Thursdays after school from 4:00-6:00 p.m. to hang out, study, find an independent reading book, play a board game, color or just chillax at the teen café! And, of course, we’ll also have hot chocolate and coffee. Our next Weebz Anonymous Manga Club meeting will be Wednesday, April 20th from 4:00-5:00 p.m. and the Courageous Pages Writing Club is on Wednesday, April 27th from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the teen area. Our regular monthly programming also continues on Friday, April 15th from 4:30-6:30 p.m. with our Nerd’s Night Out program where you can test yourself and your friends with a variety of teen challenges… party included! Then, our Pages & Popcorn club meets on Thursday, April 21st from 5:30-8:00 p.m. We’ll talk about the classic spooky R.L Stine books and watch the movie, Goosebumps. Finally, our regular programming will conclude this month with our Crafty Bandits club, where we’ll smash flowers to make cards. To sign up or for more information about our programs, stop by the library or check out our GPL Teens webpage, Facebook or Twitter.

The spring blood drive will be held on Friday, April 22nd.  Sign-ups are happening this week in social studies.  See Mrs. Clark in room 2280 with questions.


The next boys soccer open play is tomorrow from 4:00-5:30 p.m. Open play is out on the practice field.  Just a reminder that if you do not have a physical on file in the athletic office, you cannot participate in the soccer open play.

Key Club will be collecting personal care items for the Parent Comfort Cart at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis THIS WEEK.  Staff and students who traveled over Spring Break are encouraged to bring their travel-sized soap, shampoo and conditioner to the Guidance Office for donation.  Other items being accepted include travel-size deodorant, lotion, shaving cream, toothpaste, mouthwash and contact lens solution.  Key Club appreciates your support of Riley Hospital!

The Ultimate Frisbee Club meets after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-5:00 p.m. on the administration field. If you’re interested in learning how to play the sport of Ultimate Frisbee, you can pick up your required paperwork from Lucas Kauffman, Mr. Brubaker, Mr. Snyder in the choir office or from Mrs. Stealy in the main office. The paperwork should be turned in the first time you attend.


Physical Night will take place on Monday, April 18th at Goshen Orthopedics & Sports Medicine from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Physicals are available to current 6th graders through 11th graders for only $20 and are by appointment only. For an appointment, go to the GHS Athletic Office and sign up with Mrs. Schrock. You must have the completed/signed paperwork (which can be picked up from Mrs. Schrock) and the $20 to reserve your appointment. For more information, please visit the GHS Athletics website at






All boys interested in playing basketball next season, including those in a spring sport, should meet in Coach Wohlford’s room (2310) TODAY during the 2nd session of SRT.


All girls interested in playing soccer next fall should plan on attending an informational meeting Thursday during the 2nd session of SRT in the teacher’s lounge by the cafeteria (room 4010). If you cannot make the meeting please see Coach Graber this week.


Stay In Bounds ambassadors will meet on Thursday during the 2nd session of SRT in the main gym for their planning session for their April visits.




The boys JV golf team hosted Northridge and Fairfield at Black Squirrel. The team was led by freshman Gabe Yoder with a 62.

The boys varsity golf team hosted Northridge and Fairfield at Black Squirrel. GHS was led by senior Matt Truex with a 44. Sophomore Peyton Cripe added a 45.

The boys JV baseball team defeated West Noble 11-1. Tyler Colpitts started on the mound and also added two hits including a double. Joe Good pitched three scoreless innings in relief striking out four. Trenton Scott went 3 for 3 with three RBI’s.

The boys varsity baseball team defeated Mishawaka 4-3. James Paetkau was the winning pitcher throwing six plus innings with Andrew Weddle getting a three out save. Chava Garcia assisted on two outs in the 7th inning on a caught stealing at second base and missed suicide squeeze. Michael Pinarski led the offense with three hits including two doubles. Corbin Harrison and Robbie Riegsecker also had two hits.




The boys JV and varsity golf teams will travel to compete against Memorial, Lakeland and West Noble at 4:30 p.m. at Herron Creek.


The girls JV and varsity track and field teams will host Concord and Northridge at 5:00 p.m.


The boys baseball C team will host Plymouth at 5:30 p.m.


Good luck RedHawks!