School Board Recognitions 10-13-14

Several people were recognized at the board meeting last night:

Branden Beachy was recognized for the photography that he has posted throughout the Administration Center.  Branden is a part of the photographer’s guild, and clearly has an eye for detail.  He produces the photos, does the framing, and places them throughout the building, at his own expense, for all to enjoy.  Mr. Beachy was also recognized for his tireless work to ensure that the GCS network is working and available for staff members, even if it means coming in on the weekend to make repairs.

Branden Beachy was recognized for the photography that he has posted throughout the Administration Center. Branden is a part of the photographer’s guild, and clearly has an eye for detail. He produces the photos, does the framing, and places them throughout the building, at his own expense, for all to enjoy. Mr. Beachy was also recognized for his tireless work to ensure that the GCS network is working and available for staff members, even if it means coming in on the weekend to make repairs.

Dr. Metcalfe, Julea Ciesielski, Aimee Schade, Karen Blaha, and Kim Branham were recognized for their recent presentation at the TAP state networking meeting.  The staff members presented information regarding what Goshen Community Schools does to utilize data, including how they use it to further professional growth and learning.

Dr. Metcalfe, Julea Ciesielski, Aimee Schade, Karen Blaha, and Kim Branham were recognized for their recent presentation at the TAP state networking meeting. The staff members presented information regarding what Goshen Community Schools does to utilize data, including how they use it to further professional growth and learning.

Terri Blosser was recognized for her 18 years of leadership for Goshen Middle School’s yearly trip to Colorado. The trip is a 15 day adventure for which students earn a PE credit. Student participate in hiking and camping, and usually end up learning more about their own strength and endurance along the way. This past July was Ms. Blosser’s last trip, but she is currently collaborating with other GMS staff who will lead the trip in the future.