Goff Middle School celebrated students and the good work they exhibit both inside and outside of the classroom at its first Character Education Assembly of the school year on Friday morning in the school gym. Students were recognized for displaying Character Education traits, participating in school activities and awards that they had received. The pep band, under the direction of Mr. Bresnahan, kept the crowd rocking and rolling while the Student Council spirit group peppered the crowd with giveaways.
Caitlin Weinheimer, 8th grade, shared her talent of playing the violin; Logan Bass, 8th grade, was honored by the VFW for community service; 6th grader Keira Cook was celebrated for being the local Little League Home Run Derby champ; and Roan Butterfield and Emma O’Kane sang “You Can Count On Me.”
Sports teams wore their jerseys and were recognized by their coach, captains or teammates. And to complete the assembly there was a Science Lab Rap battle between Ms. Graham’s 8th grade class and Mrs. Vlieg’s 7th grade class.
It was an energetic and fun celebration. Everyday may not be GOOD, but there is GOOD in every day. Today we found that GOOD at Goff Middle School!
- Character Education Student of the Month – Organization
- Logan Bass – VFW Community Service Award
- Caitlin Weinheimer – Violinist
- Minute to Win It balloon game
- Pep Band – “We Will Rock You”
- Sports – modified and middle schoolers on high school teams
- YMCA – stretch break
- Keira Cook – Little League Home Run Derby champion
- Minute to Win It Game
- Pep Band – “Old Town Road”
- Student Council
- Roan Butterfield and Emma O’Kane sing “You Can Count On Me”
- Science Rap Battle
- Photo Show
- Pep Band – “Eye of the Tiger”
Goff Middle School kicks of Character Education Assembly series with a morning full of student awards/recognition, music and games! pic.twitter.com/UnP1D2ZGea
— East Greenbush CSD (@EGreenbushCSD) October 4, 2019