Marr/Cook Elementary

News and Announcements

2019-2020 Preschool registration begins in March!

Please join us at Marr/Cook Elementary in the gym on Tuesday, March 19th at 7:00 pm for our annual Preschool information night and Open House. All preschool students must be ages 3-5 years old, toilet trained, and reside in the Goshen Local School District to attend. At this information night, you will get a chance to learn about the different preschool options that the Goshen Local School District provides, as well as tour the classrooms and meet the teachers. We hope to see you there!
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Congratulations to Excellence in Education award winners!

Each year the Goshen Chamber of Commerce recognizes dedicated educators from the Goshen Local School District for their role in transforming our community.
Each year the Goshen Chamber of Commerce recognizes dedicated educators from the Goshen Local School District for their role in transforming our community. Congratulations to all the Educator of the Year nominees Heather Johnson, Gina Ogden and Greg Miller.

A special congratulations to this years awardees Support Staff of the Year, Mrs. Michelle Rapier and Educator of the Year, Mrs. Shelli Dorazio.
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Congratulations Mrs. Rapier!

A special congratulations is in order for a very unique Goshen Local Schools employee, Michelle Rapier! Mrs. Rapier was named the 2017 Excellence in Education Support Staff Person of the Year by Goshen Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Rapier not only ensures our students arrive safely to school by driving a bus, she also ensures they are educated and safe at school by working as an intervention aide and playground monitor. She is always on the go, but never fails to stop and work one on one with a child to make sure needs are met. Marr/Cook Elementary is so fortunate to have Mrs. Rapier working with our students.
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Family Friday in Mrs. Stiles’ second grade class

Miss April taught us about her career as an accountant. Students were given some popular toys to choose to “buy.” Then they were given jobs with an hourly wage and had to figure out if they could afford their toy with one hour’s pay. They talked about the importance of budgeting and saving. The class even got to enjoy a fun story ‘How Santa Lost His Job’ No worries! Santa is still employed.
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