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2nd Annual Golf Outing to Honor John Barton Planned for July 18

Posted 05/15/2015
The friends and former colleagues of John Barton are planning the 2nd Annual golf outing to benefit the “Jimmy V Foundation” for cancer research and a local family in need. John was a teacher and coach at Geneva Community High School for more than thirty years. John was inspired by Jim Valvano who coached basketball at North Carolina State University and died of cancer in 1993. John admired Jimmy V’s slogan, “Don’t give up…Don’t ever give up!” and lived by those words until his own battle with cancer ended in 2012.

Geneva Welcomes Two New Elementary Principals
Posted 04/30/2015
Geneva School District is pleased to announce the appointment of two new elementary school principals, effective July 1, 2015. Both vacancies exist due to the promotions of current principals to district-level administrative positions.
Geneva School District Earns Meritorious Budget Award
Posted 03/10/2015
For the fourth year in a row, the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International has awarded Geneva Community Unit School District 304 the Meritorious Budget Award for excellence in budget presentation.
Geneva 304 is Ranked 12th Best School District in Illinois by Niche (formerly College Prowler)
Posted 12/10/2014
Geneva School District has been ranked the 12th Best School District in Illinois by Niche (formerly College Prowler).  Geneva is one of 9,299 school districts to be ranked this year by Niche (formerly College Prowler) with only 8,738 school districts receiving a numerical ranking. Geneva has 5,959 students attending 10 schools in grades PK and K-12. According to state standards, 92% of students in this district are considered proficient in math and/or reading.
School Funding Reform Act: How Senate Bill 16 Could Impact Geneva 304
Updated 12/1/14
The State of Illinois has been looking at ways to change education funding, which has remained unchanged since 1997. One of the results of that effort is the creation of Senate Bill 16 (SB16). The Illinois State Board of Education has calculated the amount each school district would receive next year if SB16, as written, becomes law. District 304 would lose 79.9 percent of its state funding or $3.9 million per year.
Geneva Students Achieve High ACT Scores
Posted: 8/21/2014
In a continuation of the success that Geneva High School’s students traditionally display on the ACT, Geneva’s graduating class of 2014 achieved an average ACT composite score of 24.2, according to numbers released this week by ACT.
What We're Proud Of

(Front L to R) Kayla Stone, Steven Meyer, Emily Grimes, (Center L to R) Charlie Curione, Sunni Foard, Eli Paschke, Michael Friedman, Hannah Bernhard, (Back L to R) Dr. Julie Dye, Nancy Krasinski 

Williamsburg Students Excel at Math Olympiad 

GENEVA - Several 5th grade students from Williamsburg Elementary School were among the approximately 120,000 students worldwide to take part in this years’ Math Olympiad program.  They participated in a series of five monthly contests consisting of five problems each.  During class they also practiced for these meets under the supervision and coaching of Nancy Krasinski, Acceleration and Enrichment teacher at Williamsburg.

Math Olympiad style of math questions require students to be creative, flexible problem solvers who can apply mathematical reasoning in a variety of situations. They must see mathematical connections needed to solve complex problems and be both accurate and efficient, as the contests are timed.

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