Goshen Color Guard, during their finals performance at the WGI Pittsburgh Color Guard Regional demonstrated poise, perseverance and made their color guard director, Takesha Stoll proud of her amazing students.
Ms. Stoll, an excellent leader for the girls, was rewarded by seeing how her discipline of these young girls paid out when their music stopped during their performance. According to Goshen Community Schools PR office, “Takesha Stoll, has directed our winter guard for quite a few years, and she has kids in our schools who are just as amazing as she is! She is an excellent leader for the girls in our schools. She teaches them discipline and self-respect, and makes sure that they are modestly dressed and covered, in a society that often showcases girls in attention-getting ways. She loves, cares, and instructs them like they are her own children, and it absolutely shows.”
Please enjoy the linked video demonstrating the girls’ poise and their coach’s pride.
This post was created in collaboration with Lori Martin, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent/PR, Goshen Community Schools