Commitment to Improvement
Processes and programs are continuously evaluated for effectiveness and efficiency.
Goshen Local Schools District is committed to community involvement in the decision making process through Principal Advisory Councils, Facilities Committee, Business Advisory Council, and more.
We provide a highly trained, sensitive, and motivated staff that will support and foster the mission and vision.
Professional Learning Communities operate daily in all buildings with the core belief of providing the highest level of education to every student on their individual learning level.
70% of our teachers have a masters degree or higher.
Ashland University courses are offered for college credit on our campus, allowing teachers to further their education and enhance their skills.
Teachers use data to identify strengths and growth areas in every student, ensuring that each Warrior reaches their maximum potential.
Federal grant dollars are used to maintain excellence through providing intervention and enrichment opportunities.
GHS and GMS are members of the High Schools That Work and Making Middle Grades Work initiatives that promote school improvement.
Implemented the ACT ASPIRE college-preparatory program. 6th graders also take the ACT Tessera, which provides detailed reports that help parents and teachers have conversations with their students about the future. When they get to 8th grade, these students will again take the ACT Tessera assessment, allowing staff to assess growth in areas important to both academic and social development.
Goshen’s treasurer and administration work closely to create and update a proactive facilities plan, ensuring that our students have access to the best facilities for academics and extracurriculars.
Grade level, building, and district leaders work collaboratively to create and pursue SMART goals, ensuring that goals and expectations are aligned throughout the district, and that outcomes are measurable and, most importantly, achieved for the good of our students.
Goshen students are assessed throughout the school year to ensure that they are learning appropriately for their grade level, and that teachers are able to modify instruction to meet individual needs.
District administrative team and Board of Education members collaboratively work on District Strategic Plan and identify target areas for each school year.
District officials hire additional staff to proactively meet the needs of our students.