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02/27/2019
 

Read Across America Week is next week, March 4th-8th.  Stay tuned for information on fun ways to celebrate with us in the library and earn raffle tickets for drawings that will take place on the 8th.

To celebrate the first day of Read Across America Week, Monday is going to be a pajama day. So, roll out of bed and wear your pjs to school!  Bring a book to read for our Lounge & Read Day.

 

Ready for a dog-gone good time?  Read A Dogs Purpose, or another dog-book, and join the GMSS book club on Tuesday 3/5.  Well have pizza and make treats for dogs and cats. See Mrs. Fedor or Mrs. Hollis for details.

 

Also, next Tuesday, March 5th you can join Student Council in the sewing room after school until 4:25 to make toys and beds for the animals at Anderson Animal Shelter. All are welcome to come help!

 

Don’t forget that Leo’s Club and Student Council are sponsoring a collection drive for Anderson Animal Shelter.  There are sooooo many things you can donate that will help the shelter. Anything from paper towels or shredded newspaper to pet store gift cards are helpful, but a full list can be found around the school and on the video announcements.  You can bring your donations to the Main Office.  Homeless pets need our help too!

 

Attention 7th and 8th graders, the 7th and 8th grade dance is coming up on March 15th from 6:30-8. Why not stay after school and go bowling with your friends! If you’re interested in coming bowling before the dance, pick up a permission slip from the main office. It’s only $7 per student!

 

Next week is Spirit Week!!!  Monday is PJ day, Tuesday is Neon day, Wednesday is Wacky Wednesday (wear your craziest outfit), Thursday is College Wear Day and Friday is Geneva Spirit day. 

 

6th and 7th graders: if you have not already turned in your elective form for next year be sure to bring it tomorrow!

 

From the Sports Desk:

With Air Gates and Air Thill scouting in the stands, plus a rowdy crowd, the 7th grade girls A team stormed out of the "gates" and never looked back.  The sharpshooter Lexi Meier was tough once again, Ivy Black was clutch on the boards and hit a bucket, while Evyn Schokora posted a monster game tallying 17 points.  Excellent team win!

The 7th Grade Girls Basketball B team played hard last night verse Kaneland. Haley Hart lived up to her last name, yes Hart fought for every ball. Angelina Zimmer hustled on both ends of the court, really helping out up top on each possession. The girls were able to break the press as a team and work the ball inside, but ultimately just fell short.

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