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Appreciation from Geneva CUSD 304 Superintendent Dr. Kent Mutchler
Sept. 22, 2017

Dear Ladies & Gentlemen of Geneva CUSD 304:

Thank you to everyone who showed caring and compassion for our students and staff this week, in the face of daunting situations. Our community has come together through the efforts and teamwork of our staff, the Geneva Police Department, the Geneva Fire Department, the Kane County Sherriff’s Office, our parents, our students, and others. Please know that we take any type of rumor jeopardizing the safety of our students and staff very seriously and will continue to take safety precautions at GHS and our other schools as we move forward. 
Letter From Principal Tom Rogers
Sept. 22, 2017

Geneva High School Parents, Guardians, Students and Employees:

You have received many communications from Geneva High School this week, most of them filled with information about disturbing events and rumors of violence. We would like to begin this communication instead with a heartfelt THANK YOU to our students, parents, staff, first responders, and community. Throughout the challenges we have faced this week, we have had one shared focus: The safety and well-being of the students of Geneva High School. We are humbled by the support and trust that you have in us and are so glad that you are such an integral part of our school family.
Letter From Principal Tom Rogers
Sept. 20, 2017

Geneva High School Parents, Students, and Employees:

In the early morning hours of Sept. 20, Geneva High School and the Geneva Police became aware of some social media posts referencing rumors of a possible shooting at Geneva High School. As a result, emergency communications were made to parents prior to the school day alerting them to this information. As a precaution, student belongings were searched upon their arrival at school. Additionally, the Geneva Police Department provided increased support.
A Followup Letter From Principal Tom Rogers
Sept. 19, 2017

Dear Parents and Guardians of Geneva High School Students,

I would like to provide another update to you regarding the unfortunate incident that occurred at Geneva High School on Monday, and also to share additional information about the accident that occurred over the weekend.
Letter From Principal Tom Rogers

Sept. 18, 2017

Dear Parents, Guardians and Students of Geneva High School,

I would like to take this opportunity to provide you with more details regarding the incident that took place at Geneva High School this morning.

Press Release: All Students Safe Following Incident at Geneva High School

At approximately 7:30 this morning, a Geneva High School student poured gasoline onto himself from a water bottle and was immediately prevented by students and staff from taking further steps to do self-harm or harm to others. No other students were injured as a result of this incident and administrators responded.

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