GHS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2018
Any girl interested in playing soccer this fall that did not make it to the meeting on Tuesday, please see Coach Wildman for spring and summer workout schedules.
Our boys’ soccer program is hosting a pork, rice and bean fundraiser dinner on Friday, April 20th. It will take place here in the high school cafeteria from 5:00-8:00 p.m. The cost is $8 for a pre-sale ticket and $10 at the door. You can dine in the cafeteria, but carry-out is available as well. Please see one of our soccer players for a ticket or contact Myron Bontreger, Matt Bjorkland, Rusty Maust Emery or Lucas Kauffman. Thank you in advance for your support!
Visit Culver’s in Goshen for Give Back Night on Monday, April 16th from 5:00-8:00 p.m., and a percentage of the sales will be donated to GHS Key Club!
Seniors & Juniors Who Are Graduating Early: If you still need to order a cap and gown you can visit their web site at www.highschool.herffjones.com to place an order. Cap & Gown Delivery Day will be TOMORROW during SRT at the concession stand by the main gym. Please plan to pick up items at this time.
The spring blood drive will be held in the GHS main gym on Friday, April 20th. Sign-ups are taking place in social studies classes THIS week. See Mrs. Clark in room 2280 with questions.
There will be two LIFEGUARDING classes offered at the Aquatic Center. The 1st class starts TOMORROW and meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-9:00 p.m. through May 10th. The 2nd class will meet the 2nd full week of June (June 11th-14th), and will meet Monday-Thursday during the day. To register for the classes, go to the Aquatic Center website at Aquatics.goshenschools.org and click on LifeGuard Registration.
Key Club is collecting personal care items THIS WEEK for the Parent Comfort Cart at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. Travel-sized soap, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, lotion, shaving cream, toothpaste, mouthwash and contact lens solution can be donated in the Guidance Office. Key Club appreciates your support of Riley Hospital!
LoveWay is looking for volunteers! LoveWay provides therapeutic equestrian programs for people with special needs. Our volunteers help as Horse Leaders and Side Walkers in our classes and summer camps, and with morning and afternoon feeding, weeding and brush trimming, office projects, photography and technology—mornings, afternoons and some evenings. LoveWay’s 29-acre center is located between Bristol and Middlebury, with an indoor arena, outdoor arena, outdoor riding trails and about 20 horses. For more information about volunteering now or this summer, or doing community service hours for National Honor Society or class requirements, contact email@example.com, call 574-825-5666 or visit www.lovewayinc.org.
IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week: There were many interesting stories coming out of Augusta National last week during the playing of golf’s most prestigious tournament, the 2018 Masters. Patrick Reed was the winner, with Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth finishing 2nd and 3rd. However, it’s what Spieth said after his round that really surprised me. He said he played the entire day without ever looking at the scoreboard. He played for over five hours without knowing how anyone else was scoring, but himself. This process is somewhat common in individual sports. Players this past week said over and over that they only focused on their own game and what they could control. No need worrying about the opponent. In team sports the participants are constantly looking at the time and score. Strategy and game plans depend on those circumstances. However, professional golfers and others that play individual sports will tell you there’s no need to worry about the opponent and what they are doing. They will tell you to concentrate on the things that you can control, and don’t worry about the others!
WORK PERMITS: When you get a work permit EVERY box needs to be filled out on the Intent to Employ form before we will issue you the work permit. Please bring completed forms to the main office in the morning and they will be completed by the end of the school day.
Homework help is available every Tuesday and Thursday in the media center from 3:45-5:00 p.m. A bus will be available around 5:10 p.m. (5:20 p.m. on Tuesdays) if you need a ride home. It will pick you up at the south end of circle drive by the flag pole. This is a great opportunity if you just need a little extra time or even just a quiet place to do your homework at the end of the day.
Goshen High School, Goshen Middle School and Goshen Health Systems will combine efforts again this spring to offer $20 athletic physical exams to all incoming 6th-12th grade students. These physical exams will be performed by Goshen Health Systems health providers and will take place at Goshen Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Center off of CR 27 (Dierdorff Road) in Goshen. The event will take place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 16th. Appointments for the exams and payments must be made in advance. You may sign up in the athletic offices at the GHS and the GMS. Payments of $20 and physical forms should be brought along when making your appointment. If we don’t fill all the spots, walk-ins will be allowed at the end of the evening. For Goshen High School students, parents should contact Mrs. Jan Schrock at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 533-0652 to make an appointment. For Goshen Middle School students, parents should contact Mrs. Sue Egli at email@example.com or call 534-6436. It is very important that parents complete the health historical page in detail before the students can begin the physical exam process. Forms can be picked up at the GMS or GHS athletic offices or found online at goshenredhawks.org under the More tab. The money collected from this event is used to pay for GHS training room supplies and a scholarship for a training student. However, no student will be turned away for price. Please let Mrs. Schrock or Mrs. Egli know of your need when you make your appointment.
REMINDER: The recycling bins (the ones with black lids with small holes) around the school are to be used for recycling only. These are NOT regular trash cans. Thank you in advance for placing things where they are supposed to go.
It is that time of year again 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 or Mrs. Shakley. You may also ask your SRT teacher for more information.
Don’t miss the Talent Show on Friday, April 13th from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
REMINDER: YOU MUST BE STAYING AFTER SCHOOL FOR SOMETHING TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS – The GHS cafeteria is offering free after school snacks every day after school. This program is for any student who is staying after school. All student-athletes, club members, music participants, drama participants, after school homework help kids, etc. are strongly encouraged to stop by the cafeteria after school and take advantage of this generous opportunity. Students just need to show their ID and they can grab a healthy snack to go that will hold them over during their after school activities until dinner. The cafeteria will stay open until 3:55 p.m. to hand out the snacks. All students picking up the healthy snack after school will need to eat their snack in the cafeteria. We appreciate your cooperation with this adjustment that is mandated by the state of Indiana in order to continue this program.
If you are a student that leaves the building at any time during normal school hours then you must have a sticker on your ID if it’s for a class (PACT, Building Trades, EACC, Merit, shortened schedules, Red Zone, internship, yearbook, etc.) that indicates that or a blue pass from the office indicating that you have permission to leave. Building Trades, EACC and Red Zone students are also required to sign out at the Welcome Center before leaving.
Online yearbook sales are set up! All you have to do is go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and enter our school code (14723) to order your yearbook or yearbook ad.
Just a reminder that if you are coming to see Ms. Tovar you need to check in with the staff in the main office and fill out a request to see her. She will send a white pass for you as she has time. Please do not cut through the nurse’s office to get to her. You need to enter through the main office.
Please stop by the commons area (either by the cafeteria or outside the main office) during lunch if you are interested is speaking to the following:
- Stay Tuned
MEETINGS DURING SRT:
Stay In Bounds Ambassadors meet TOMORROW during the 2nd session of SRT in the main gym to plan for our last formal visits, which will be the following week assuming there are no conflicts at the schools. Please notify Mr. Kissinger in advance if you have any conflicts.
The boys JV baseball team overcame a slow start offensively to defeat Jimtown 5-3. The RedHawks got a great start from Kaleb Nine who pitched four innings allowing only one run on two hits and struck out eight Jimmies. Skylar Reyes got the win for the RedHawks pitching two innings, allowing one run on no hits and one strike out. Joseph Good got the save for the RedHawks pitching one inning to close the game. The Jimmies got an early 2-0 lead but the RedHawks were able to battle back in the last inning. Offensively the RedHawks struggled early but had a spark from Skylar Reyes and Tommy Cartagena late in the game to give the RedHawks the victory.
Boys varsity baseball defeated Jimtown 10-0. Austin Cain pitched the complete game with a five inning run rule. Cain gave up three hits and struck out six. Will Koshmider had two hits including a double. Robbie Riegsecker had two hits with a double.
Girls varsity softball defeated Bethany Christian 21-1 in five innings. Brynn Shoup-Hill earned the win in the pitching circle throwing two complete innings. Grace Vance came in to pitch the 3rd-5th inning. Senior Maddie Cross and Sophomore Alexis Navarro each had four hits apiece. Grace Vance, Ashton Darnell and Brynn Shoup-Hill all added three hits apiece for the night.
Boys varsity golf traveled to Maxwelton Golf Course in Syracuse to take on Lakeland, West Noble, and Elkhart Memorial. Scores were: Goshen 177, Memorial 192, West Noble 198 and Lakeland 206. Their record is 3-2. Goshen was led by match medalist Peyton Cripe who fired a 38. Allan Garratt shot 44, Jake Jennette shot 46, Ethan Vallejo fired a 49 and Cameron Schneider shot 51.
IN SPORTS ACTION TODAY:
Girls varsity softball will host Elkhart Central @ Shanklin at 5:00 p.m.
Girls JV softball will host Elkhart Central @ Goshen LL at 5:00 p.m.
Boys varsity baseball will host Homestead @ Phend Field at 5:15 p.m.