Important GHS Notice:

We are taking extra steps to ensure our students’ safety after being alerted to rumors of a possible shooting at Geneva High School being planned. Geneva Police and extra staff will be on hand at GHS this morning, and students should come prepared to have bags and IDs checked. While we have not been able to validate the credibility of these rumors, we will continue to take extra precautions until we have determined that our students are totally safe attending our school, and updates will follow. Thank you.

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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.

 
Geneva ACT Scores Surpass State, National Averages

Repeating a tradition of success that Geneva High School’s students display on the ACT, Geneva’s graduating class of 2017 achieved an average ACT composite score of 24.1, according to numbers released last week by ACT.

 
Four Geneva High School Seniors Named National Merit Semifinalists
Geneva High School is proud to announce that four senior students have been named semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program: Grace Brolly, Ryan Chalmers, Alex Cordogan and Caroline Lahey. 
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Heartland Elementary School students submit words of inspiration to children affected by Hurricane Harvey.

The letter template begins with this warm greeting, but the inspiring words that follow come from the heart of Geneva School District 304. Once collection is completed, the letters will be lovingly packed and distributed to the children affected by Hurricane Harvey in southeast Texas. 

 
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