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Destruction of Special Education Records
Geneva Community Unit School District 304 will destroy special education records from the 2010-2011 school years of students who graduated, transferred or were dismissed from special services.
 
Teacher-Generated Reflection of the 2015-16 School Year
Throughout this school year we have sought to bind our galaxy together by focusing on our vision for learning, and we’ve done some truly amazing things! We’ve seen students and teachers take initiative to engage in projects that they’re passionate about. We’ve seen folks harness the power of technology to communicate in powerful ways. We’ve seen learners develop solutions and create things they never have before, and we’ve seen everyone find new and exciting ways to collaborate. We should be proud of all we’ve accomplished, and as we look ahead to next year, I know we’ll keep moving forward. 
Geneva Teacher Named Elementary Teacher of the Year!
Barbara Freeman, A/E teacher at Western Avenue School was named the 2016 Elementary Educator of the Year by the Kane County ROE! Congratulations Barb! 
School District Shares Concerns About Proposed TIF District at Public Forum
Geneva School District has concerns about the impact of a new Geneva TIF district on schools and taxpayers. If you were unable to attend the Board of Education's public forum on May 3, you can now watch the video of the forum online.
 
Geneva School District Awarded Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting
Geneva School District is once again the recipient of the Association of School Business Officials International’s Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting. This award results from having met or exceeded the program’s high standards for financial reporting and accountability. This reflects the work of staff on the District’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending in 2015. 
Our Purpose, Our Plans, Our Schools
What are we doing to ensure that our students thrive in the 21st century economy? 

This booklet is an annual publication of our District aimed at giving a snapshot of our District’s successes, initiatives, and goals for the future. We encourage you to take a moment to see how we are transforming the way learning happens to best meet the needs of students in a constantly changing, increasingly globalized world. 

At the core of everything we do rests the goal of helping our students become self-directed lifelong learners, effective communicators, complex, creative, and adaptive thinkers, and collaborative and productive citizens.

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