Students learn Greek mythology in creative ways

Fourth grade students at Golden Hill had a cross-curricular lesson in Greek mythology that they just loved! In English Language Arts (ELA), the students learned about Greek myths, themes and illusions. They learned about Pandora’s box and Achille’s heel. They made Olympic torches from cardboard tubes and paper, and even learned a Greek dance. In …

Shannon Sgombick and Cole Buchalski named September Athletes of the Month for Florida UFSD

Soccer players Shannon Sgombick and Cole Buchalski have earned Athletes of the Month honors for September 2021. Shannon has been a starter on the girls’ varsity soccer team since she was in eighth grade. She leads the team in scoring and assists with 28 goals and six assists. On Friday, she scored her 100th career …

Let’s celebrate Play-Doh!

There seems to be a day commemorating just about everything. On Sept. 16, we celebrate Play-Doh. That’s right, this malleable, colorful, multi-generational play thing is celebrated each year on Sept. 16.               Our students here at Golden Hill certainly had lots of fun with it: molding it and folding …

Golden Hill Principal’s Corner

Hello Everyone, Thank you for your trust, grace, and collaboration with our team as we work hard to provide a safe, positive learning environment at Golden Hill. I am a parent of two children. I understand the wide range of emotions including excitement, joy, pride, along with anxiety or unease that a parent might feel …

Special guest readers at the library welcome our new kindergartners

What a great time our incoming kindergartners had recently at the Florida Library! They and their parents were invited to drop by for stories, crafts and to get a library card of their very own. Special guest readers included our new Superintendent of Schools Larry Leaven and Golden Hill Principal Debbi Lisack. Mrs. Lisack joins …

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