High school students honored as 'Goshen Greats'


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  • Peyton Atkins with Math Teacher Sarah Barquero and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Kacie Borisewich with Art Teacher Christopher Tucci and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Lauren Colella with French Teacher Jeri Krish and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Emma Cummings with Art Teacher Ruth Roebuck and and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Khuran Jefferson with AIS Teacher Robin Scott and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Nina Pasquini with Science Teacher Elizabeth Joseph and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • John Swift with Social Studies Teacher Marie Jane Panzer and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Haleigh Massa with Science Teacher Steven Camposeo and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Matthew Biagi with English Teacher Dr. Evelyn Schneider and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




— On Feb. 12, the Goshen High School honored nine students for their accomplishments in a specific subject area. The Goshen Greats Program recognizes the unique achievements of one student from each major discipline each quarter. Students are nominated by their teachers for accomplishments that are benchmarks in their academic career or demonstrate school leadership.

The Goshen Greats and their families were invited to a breakfast held in the caféteria in their honor, where they were given certificates of achievement. The Goshen Greats are:

Peyton Atkins, nominated by math teacher Sarah Barquero for her accomplishments in Algebra 2/Trigonometry Honors

Matthew Biagi, nominated by English teacher Dr. Evelyn Schneider for his accomplishments in English

Kacie Borisewich, nominated by art teacher Christopher Tucci for her participation in Photography 1

Lauren Colella, nominated by French teacher Jeri Krish for her accomplishments in French 2

Emma Cummings, nominated by art teacher Ruth Roebuck for her accomplishments in Ceramics

Khuran Jefferson, nominated by Academic Intervention Services teacher Robin Scott for his accomplishments in Academic Intervention Services

Nina Pasquini, nominated by science teacher Elizabeth Joseph for her accomplishments in Biology Honors

John Swift, nominated by social studies teacher Marie Jane Panzer for his accomplishments in World History 9 Honors

Haleigh Massa, nominated by science teacher Steven Camposeo for her accomplishments in Earth Science




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