Welcome to Goshen Elementary
Goshen Elementary School is located next to Liberty
Middle School at the corner of District Drive and Governor's Parkway. Goshen Elementary School is a primary attendance center, serving students in kindergarten, first, and second grades.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our web site. We are excited to share with you just a small portion of the opportunities that are available at Goshen. If you have any questions regarding our school please feel free to contact us at (618) 655-6250.
I'm a Goshen Gator, I will try my best everyday, to listen learn and share,
the Goshen Gator way!
Goshen Spirit Night
Our Gators are looking forward to 2014 and the second half of the school year. As the new semester begins, there is no better time for our students to resolve to work hard, be good citizens, and learn something new every day! Please take a moment this weekend to review your child's report card. Praise your child for the wonderful effort they put forth this quarter and the new lessons and skills that they learned. Talk with your child about areas for improvement and help your child to make goals for the upcoming semester. Remember, "The biggest room in the world is the room for improvement." [More Info]
2014 - 2015 Kindergarten Registration & Information Night
ECUSD 7 Learning Fair - Grades K-2
The Learning Fair provides an opportunity for our students to research and display a topic that is of interest to them. The goal of this fair is for our students to further their knowledge through exploration. We encourage a more child-centered project, rather than a project that is parent-directed. There will be no judging, and ALL students will be recognized! [More Info]
Illinois State Board of Education Makes Changes to ISAT Performance Levels
Illinois schools will see a decline in their students' ISAT performance level (Exceeds, Meets, Below Standards, and Academic Warning) at the elementary and middle school levels. This change is similar to changing a grading scale where 90-100 was considered an A, and now the scale is changed to 94-100 to achieve an A. The State of Illinois has raised the bar for all students. [More Info]