Spotlight Stories

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    New Fitness Center Opens!

    The anticipation for the opening of the new fitness center has been exciting to say the least! Doors opened for the official ribbon cutting the evening of January 31 to showcase the completion of the state-of-the-art Fitness Center at the Jr./Sr. High School. The jaw-dropping reactions at the wonder and creation of this new space was beyond imagination.

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  •  STEAM Night


    K-8 students will have the chance to learn from our high school students for an evening of hands on STEAM learning from their peers! Individual stations will be set up for event inquiry and design concepts to challenge knowledge and skills in the area of STEAM in science, technology, engineering, art and math!!! Be prepared to participate in this incredible evening of fun and problem-solving determination and grit!

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    Join Us for the Plunge!

    This year at the CSH Jr./Sr. High fall “Beach Clean Up” community service event with club advisor, Ms. Erin Oshan, some of the junior high students jumped in the waves and said, ”We should do a Polar Bear Plunge this winter to raise money to support local organizations!” This student driven event took hold, and became a reality sponsored by the CSH Marine Biology Club, and together they are making it happen!

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  •  Music

    Beating to their own Drum!

    There is never a dull moment at Goosehill when you enter music teacher Daniel Santangelo classes. This was a lesson in “Percussion” instruments, and students couldn’t wait to hold their drum sticks and play to the beat of music while learning the difference between whole notes, quarter notes and understanding the concepts of rhythm.

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    Goosehill Book Club

    When Principal Cosme met with the School Improvement Team (SIT) in October, they as a team decided to begin a parent book club at Goosehill. They selected the book, Spoiled Right: Delaying Screens and Giving Children What They Really Need, by Meghan Owenz, Ph.D. which emphasizes the importance of “spoiling” our children with activities to fill their day while limiting screen time. The acronym SPOIL means giving children Social, Play, Outdoor, Independent work and Literacy time every day.

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    Creative Learning Lab

    Students at Goosehill are thrilled to be back in the Creative Learning Lab (CLL), as the door reopened this fall after nearly two years of shutting down the former STEAM room due to the pandemic. Once again the space is home to a myriad of creativity, imagination, engineering challenges, science experiments and more!

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    Good Morning Goosehill

    Special greetings, sharing thoughts and shaking the sillies out are coveted morning rituals as students begin their day at Goosehill. These professional development practices continue this year during morning class time that fosters a safe and healthy learning environment by meeting the social-emotional needs of students’ developing competencies, including assertiveness, cooperation, empathy, perseverance, responsibility and self-control.

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  •  GHP Art

    Snow Much Fun!

    Check out these adorable mini snow men created by Goosehill students in art class with teacher, Katrina Albanese. Complete with a hat and scarf, the kids couldn’t wait to take home these cute friends for the holidays. Ms. Albanese also created a beautiful bulletin board as you enter Goosehill – a Kandinsky inspired vibrant wall of color, gorgeous!

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