GOSHEN — Students at Goshen High School closed their school year a bit differently on Tuesday.

Due to February’s record-breaking flood in Goshen, an extra day was added to the school calendar year as a make-up day.

But instead of watching movies and idling as many classrooms do when tests and exams are finished, GHS students decided spend their last day participating in a series of volunteer activities across their community, according to school’s staff

The students were led by their student resource teachers.

Their service projects took place at locations ranging from Bashor Children’s Home, the local Boys and Girls Club, the Salvation Army, various GCS elementary schools, city parks and a couple local nonprofit organizations.

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