About Mrs. Golshani

Gina Golshani currently teaches 6th grade Catholic Doctrine, 7th grade Geography and 8th grade US History.  Prior to this, she taught 5th grade.  She has several years of teaching experience, joining the St. Elizabeth's faculty in 2001.  She has also taught Middle Social Studies at St. Eugene Catholic School in Oklahoma City.  Mrs. Golshani graduated from Moore High School.  She went on to the University of Central Oklahoma where she earned a BS degree in Elementary Education and a MS degree in Guidance and Counseling. She is a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. She and her husband have a son, Cameron and a daughter, Jasmine.  Mrs. Golshani enjoys exercising, reading, and walking.


In Religion, sixth grade students have been learning about the journey to the Promised Land and will also take some time to focus on the season of Lent.

Students in seventh grade Geography have been studying about significant events in Europe's history. They have covered some of the political and technological revolutions that took place in Europe and have focused on various regions.  They will soon begin to learn about the geography and culture of Africa.

In eight grade U.S. History, students learned about the Great War, World War I. They discovered the factors that led to the outbreak of the war, and why it was deadlier than any other earlier conflict. They also studied about the Roaring Twenties, including topics such as the effects of the Red Scare and the fads that developed during this time.  Next, they will be focusing on events that will eventually lead to WW II and the Holocaust.

The eighth graders are also hard at work on their History Fair Projects and will be presenting them in class towards the beginning of March.  We are all very excited to see what everyone has done!   They will be participating in the Regional National History Day Competition on April 5th at Oklahoma Christian University.

Happy Valentine's Day and Happy Spring! 

Gina Golshani

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