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04/25/2018
 

Interested in giving girls lacrosse a try? Join current high school players and coaches after school on Wednesday, May 2nd from 4-6pm at the GMSS Soccer Fields for a clinic. No experience needed. We hope to see you and your friends there!

Geneva Middle School North and South will be participating in the 13th Annual Bridge Walk to benefit the Living Well Cancer Center in Geneva. Please consider joining the team on Saturday, May 19th  at Fabyan Forest Preserve for a 5K walk along the Fox River. With your support, we can make a difference in the lives of those fighting cancer, right here in our own community.  If you would like to join our school team, please pick-up a permission slip in the office.

Basketball Intramurals are beginning next Thursday, May 3rd! You can pick up a permission slip in the office.

From the Sports Desk:

The GMSS track teams played host to the Foxes of Yorkville last night. Viking athletes turned in solid individual and team performances.

The seventh grade girls track team had a great meet against Kaneland yesterday. The 4X100 relay teams comprised of Peyton Smith, Megan Gronberg, Ava Kruse, Hailey Puklin, Grace Pryor, Leli Chavada, Elise Waldchen and Hannah McMillen swept in for first place. Great job to all the girls yesterday!

The 7th grade boys had a big day at the track. The team was led by Jason Jerozal who won the 110 hurdles.

8th grade girls dominated the Foxes, led by Kayla Stone's epic performance in the 400 meter run. Gretchen Farrell improved her time in the 800 meter run by 7 seconds! Ava Heckenberg threw the discus 55 feet 1 in. Rebecca Riani and Maddie Dreyer excelled in their field events.

Finally, the 8th grade boys continued their domination of both the 1600 and 3200 meter relays. Tyler Tuisl, McClane Happold, Nathan Lehman, Jack Caston, Adam Drexler, Brady Ahern and Jack Schokora combined to open and close the meet with South victories.

Congratulations to all track athletes.

Club News:

  • Chess Club will be having its final meeting of the school year on Tuesday, May 1st in a chess match which will be held at GMS North. Don’t forget to check your email for your permission slip or see Mrs. Fedor if you didn’t receive one.

  • Want to know more about the Wired Crew Club? Please join us Thursday during lunch to try out Bloxels, Squishy Circuits, and more! Get a lunch pass in the library and see Mrs. Mourek for any questions.

  • Science Club will meet on Thursday but there has been a change in the topic. The new topic is Bullseye! Catapults for Accuracy.

Club meeting dates:

Chess: 5/1

Science: 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24

Social Studies: 4/24

Writers: 5/8, 5/27

 

Art Club: 4/30, 5/1, 5/86

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