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Goshen teachers, administrators share best practices across the state
The adoption and implementation of the latest, most effective instructional practices is a hallmark of Goshen’s approach to providing the best possible education for our students. This commitment to improvement means that our talented staff is often invited to show and share our work with other educators around the state. Our teachers and administrators presenting at a variety of conferences, including:
GHS teacher Hillary Gatio was recognized by Goshen Chamber of Commerce as Educator of the Year.
Each year, 15 seventh grade students participated in the SWOhio Middle Level Student Leadership summit at Camp Kearn.
Director of Curriculum Theresa Scherzinger will present at the 2021 High Schools that Work Southwest Region Conference on Goshen's gifted education practices.
AP Instructors Ron Edwards, Beth Deuer, Hillary Gatio and Jen Rammel working with The College Board grade Advanced Placement Exams.
Director of Career and College Readiness Mark Edwards recognized as the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year for 2021.
School Resource Officer Fred Alcorn named Goshen Township Police Officer of the Year.
GMS math instructors Kim Kelly, Gina Ogden, Jacob Ohnmeis, Gary Sheldon, and Rebecca Strauss presented at the Southwest Ohio Council of Teaching Mathematics Conference.
Goshen Middle School teachers Kelly DeNu, Kim Kelly, Gina Ogden and Jake Ohnmeis have participated and incorporate the Cincinnati Enhanced Engineering, Mathematics, and Science program in their classrooms.
Goshen students develop leadership skills in Clermont County LEAD Ready program
Goshen High School Juniors participated in LEAD Ready, a program designed to provide students the opportunity to grow in their awareness of leadership, recognize their own leadership strengths, and to get them to take their experience as leaders back to their own organizations, teams, classes and families. Students completing the LEAD Ready program return to us as members of the GHS Student Leadership Board.
Goshen High School Senior Blake Kuechler was selected as a Horatio Alger National Scholar. Blake is 1 of 106 high school seniors nationally to be recognized as a Horatio Alger National Scholar in 2020. Blake received a scholarship of $25,000.
Goshen teachers and administrators created over 30 hours of professional development materials at the 2020 GLSD Teacher Inservice Day.