GHS Principal Mr. Nick Inabnitt
introduced him at the school board meeting Monday, March 10 by saying “He’s
very passionate, knowledgeable and energetic,” Inabnitt said. “He truly wanted
to be a part of the Warrior family. It was a top priority for us to get the
right guy for the job and we did. He’s all about building relationships with
people and his student athletes.” Following the introduction Superintendent Darrell
Edwards said, "Coach George's references were outstanding. Nobody had
anything but praise for him. Either as a football coach or a teacher."
is a 1994 graduate of Indiana University and briefly played for both Indiana
State University and Indiana University..... read more
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GOSHEN - Sue Steele, a Goshen Local School Board of Education member and president of the Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Board of Education, has been honored for her service to a statewide association of school boards.
Steele received a plaque recognizing her contributions as a member of the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Board of Trustees, the association's governing body.
OSBA Director of Management Services Van D. Keating presented the plaque at the Nov. 18 Goshen Local Schools board meeting.A school board member for 15 years, Steele also serves with the OSBA Delegate Assembly and the Southwest Region Executive Committee.In addition, she is Great Oaks' legislative liaison.....
Goshen High School was one of just 150 Ohio school buildings to be recognized last week by the Ohio Department of Education for achieving outstanding academic performance among all of their students. Goshen High School was designated a “High Performing School of Honor,” a title awarded to only 37 schools. The Department of Education also named 141 “Schools of Promise,” and GHS received......
The Monument Committee has created two ways to preserve the memories of those who attended school at the Green building. Bricks with an engraved plaque are available for purchase through the Alumni Association. All proceeds from the sale of these bricks will go to a scholarship fund for graduating seniors. A memorial will also be built from the bricks from the old Goshen School building on our current school campus. For those that would like to donate to the memorial or order a brick, please click here to download both order forms.
Over 500 Goshen Warriors from four generations gathered together Sunday, September 15 to celebrate the traditions of our school community by opening a time capsule from the 1930 gymnasium addition to the old Goshen School or Green building. Speeches were given by current warriors about what Goshen means to them. The High School Choir led the audience in the singing of the Goshen Alma Mater and the High School Marching Band led the crowd in the Fight Song. It was a wonderful celebration of the past and present.Friends from all generations shared their memories of their school days.
Inside the time capsule were a collection of items from 1930........ click here to see pictures and more details