Goshen Community Schools announces budget cuts to keep the corporation “sustainable and financially healthy.” In a video on its YouTube page, Superintendent Steven Hope tells the community the school corporation is struggling financially and has lived beyond its means and that the district has identified cost-saving measures to help with long-term savings in the last few months. “Due to a drop in enrollment, evolving school schedules, student shifts due to Covid, and other economic uncertainties, the leadership team has been working on a plan to ensure good stewardship of taxpayer funds and the district’s long-term financial health,” he says. “Our commitment continues to be providing an education of excellence to every single student as we strengthen our academic programming … We have worked to identify cost saving measures and appropriate changes. We recognize that while these changes will impact some personnel or departments, the result will be long-term savings.”