So we want to make the world a better place?

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In our leadership meetings, we have talked about our vision.  One strong and overarching theme, to make the world a better place, emerges.  In this blog post, an English teacher learns from research about her students that sometimes what we think we are doing with students is only happening in our heads, not theirs.

We need to continue exploring how to help students understand the link between what we are teaching and what hopefully they are learning with the bigger world outside our classrooms.

KEEP VOTING — GHS Library Video

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The GHS  library is a 21st century learning center where students and staff meet to complete projects and have fun. In the library media center, students go beyond the walls of the regular classroom  to get enhance learning and get engaged in 21st century skills.

Please vote for our GHS library in a contest to win money to meet the needs of our students.  See a video and VOTE.

 

 

Showcase Debate & Forensics Tonight!

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Come tonight to see students showcase higher order thinking with forensics and debate.  These students under the direction of  Mr. Neil Burch have been successful in this new program.

Come tonight . . . 6 p.m. Goochland High School Auditorium

Success With Higher Order Thinking Skills

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Please congratulate members of the Forensics Team for their stellar performance at districts last night.
Russell Gambino and Adrian Miller won 1st place for their performance in humorous duo. They will advance to regionals as members of the James River District team.
The following students also placed in their event:
- Chad Johnson (4th in Prose)
- Lilly Johnson (3rd in Original Oratory) who will also advance to regionals on the JRD Team!
- Hannah Wagner (4th in Impromptu)
- Noelle Ware (5th in Impromptu)
- Chase Ray (5th in Original Oratory)
Overall, Goochland placed third in the competition. Not too bad for a first year team!
If you are interested in seeing these students perform, next Wednesday at 7 PM in the GHS auditorium, the Speech and Debate students will be putting on a forensics showcase for the community.