July 7, 2022 Update

As posted earlier, the American Red Cross has an emergency shelter set up in Goshen High School. They are providing respite care, lunch/dinner and overnight shelter for anyone in our community who is in need. If you are staying overnight, you must be registered by 10 p.m. (Registration inside HS front doors). The Red Cross is also taking donations of bottled water and cleaning supplies. No food donations are being accepted. Monetary donations may be made at 1-800-Red-Cross.
Goshen Schools maintenance crews are still assessing the damage on our school campus. We do have multiple broken windows, damaged roofs, scores of trees down, and debris everywhere. One marching band trailer was overturned, and the large pole vault mat at the stadium was lifted and carried over a fence. While there is much work to be done, we consider ourselves fortunate. So many have suffered heavy losses, including some of our own Warrior families. 
We have been overwhelmed by the kindness of many: A group of volunteers from Goshen Community Church helped pick up debris, neighboring Milford Schools sent a maintenance crew, the Lions Club from Clermont Northeastern delivered a truckload of bottled water and Larosa's, Dontatos, and Circle K donated to the cause as well. We cannot say thank you enough to everyone who has lent a hand today. 
Many organizations and individuals have asked for ways to help.  Currently like much of the community we are in cleanup mode and still have not assessed the real damage.  However, the Goshen Education Foundation has been forward-thinking and has set up a donation site. All gifts made to the Goshen Education Foundation designated for tornado relief will be distributed to public and nonprofit organizations providing direct support to relief and rebuilding efforts.
Be safe, Warriors!

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