Goshen High School holds a school-wide food drive, while individual clubs and groups at GHS hold a multitude of other activities, said GHS Principal Barry Younghans. Many groups volunteer to ring bells and collect money outside stores for the Salvation Army, while others adopt families for Christmas, raising money and buying gifts for families in need. Younghans said those causes also include raising money for the Indiana Organ Procurement Organization and for the Special Olympics, writing answer letters for Santa and helping provide food for the Goshen Middle School food pantry.
Goshen Community Schools’s Christmas Break starts Monday. Students return to school Jan. 6.