Goshen School Board honors students and faculty

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  • Superintendent Daniel Connor with C. J. Hooker Middle School Principal William Rolon and his family.




  • Scotchtown Ave. Elementary School Principal Amy Peluso, Special Education Teacher Christine Guerrier, Director of Pupil Personnel Services Deirdre Hallinan.




  • The Scholastic Art Award winners. Front row, from left, Rachel Shih, Andie Wong, Laurel Rosario, Samantha Farias, Christina Whittel, Riley Frey, Amanda Kowalczyk, Art Teacher Melissa Ochs. Back row, from left, Kaleb Pease, Art Teacher Christina Pahucki, Andrew Pizarro, Kristen Li, Jonathan Grald, and Principal William Rolon. Not pictured are Grace Atlas, Reaghan Duval, Victoria Schmit and Mary Krasinski.



The Goshen Board of Education honored students and faculty for their accomplishments at a recent school board meeting.

Art students from the C. J. Hooker Middle School received certificates from the board for their exemplary work in the Regional Scholastic Art Awards Competition by the Hudson Valley Scholastic Regional Affiliate. The middle school artists took home eight Gold Key Awards, 10 Silver Key Awards and 25 Honorable Mentions.

In addition, the Board granted tenure to William Rolon, principal of C. J. Hooker Middle School, and Christine Guerrier, special education teacher at Scotchtown Ave. Elementary School. Several colleagues, family and friends were in attendance to help celebrate this honor.

“Since his first days as principal, Bill Rolon has proven himself to be a quality educator and leader,” said Superintendent Daniel Connor. “He shows commitment and enthusiasm each and every day, and is a dedicated educator for his students, colleagues and staff.”

“Christine is a true asset to her department and the school,” said Principal Amy Peluso. “She demonstrates continual professionalism and has willingly served as a wonderful resource to her colleagues, her students, and their families throughout her time here at Scotchtown Ave. School.”

Director of Pupil Personnel Services Deirdre Hallinan added, “Christine has shown herself to be a true professional. She has been able to adapt to her changing assignments and responsibilities in order to meet the needs of the students within the district. Christine is an asset to the Goshen School District.”

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