Meg, a two-and-half-year-old golden retriever, has stolen the hearts of students, staff and parents alike at Goshen Middle School – a public school in The Buckeye State’s Clermont County.
With her second annual yearbook photo, the beautiful dog is making waves at the middle school.
GMS Facility dog Meg has nailed her yearbook photo once again! We hope this puts a smile on your face, just like she does for us every day! pic.twitter.com/MBjjOITS71
— Gms Warriors (@gmswarrior) September 26, 2022
The picture-perfect, smiling dog was trained for service from birth by Circle Tail, an accredited assistance dog training organization in Cincinnati, stated Wendy Flynn, the Goshen Middle School Principal.
Flynn said, “This is her second school year at Goshen Middle School. Meg lives with Mrs. Kelly DeNu, a seventh-grade math teacher, and her family.”
According to Flynn, in addition to being one of Meg’s trained handlers, DeNu is a paraprofessional.
“During her time with us, she has provided hundreds of students and staff with love, comfort and affection,” Flynn said.
Flynn went on to say that students can schedule one-on-one appointments and class visits with Meg through a QR code that’s posted in every hallway of Goshen Middle School.
“We are so fortunate that our district and the Goshen Education Foundation financially supported bringing Meg in as a facility dog,” Flynn continued. “She brings happiness and smiles to all of us and we consider her a member of our Goshen Middle School family.”
Meg has become a local celebrity and has her adventures documented on Instagram under the account @MEGstagram_gms.
Meg’s first official school picture at GMS. pic.twitter.com/VQ8ZTagOzl
— Gms Warriors (@gmswarrior) September 22, 2021