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Substitute teachers Sally and Mike Longo

Staff Spotlight: Sally and Mike Longo

School districts across the nation are struggling to recruit substitutes to help in classrooms when teachers need to be away from class. To help ease the shortage, the Illinois School Board of Education changed the requirements to make it much easier to obtain a Substitute Teacher’s license. In fact, to get a license, a bachelor’s degree or an associate degree in any subject is the only educational requirement – a teaching degree is not needed. 


Geneva residents Mike and Sally Longo have subbed for the Geneva School District for many years. “Our three daughters went to school in the District, so we already felt a connection to the schools and staff,” said Mike Longo. “We wanted an opportunity that allowed us flexibility with our schedule and substitute teaching was a perfect fit.” 

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Students Celebrate Leadership at Annual Leadership Breakfast

“Leadership is continually learning,” said Geneva CUSD 304 Superintendent Dr. Kent Mutchler at the annual Leadership Breakfast event to kick off American Education Week, Nov. 14-18, 2022. The Nov. 15 event at Geneva High School also featured Geneva Academic Foundation (GAF) representatives who presented a check to the school district for $30,000 to provide classroom grants for technology, programs, and equipment.

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Woman veteran watches students holding flags

Geneva Students Celebrate Veterans

Across the District, our students celebrated Veterans Day by honoring the veterans in their lives. Geneva Middle School North hosted a celebration featuring keynote speaker decorated Vietnam veteran Capt. Van C. Stone. Capt. Stone served in the Army from 1968-1971 with assignments in armor and infantry. He served in Vietnam from 1969-1970 and concluded his service at Fort Polk, La., as Company Commander of E/5/2.  
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How to Become a Substitute Teacher

Do you enjoy working with children? Consider becoming a substitute teacher. School districts across the state are facing a shortage of subs, and Geneva District 304 is no exception. Substitute teachers play a vital role in providing our students with the best possible learning experience when their regular teacher is absent. You can help support our students by applying to be a substitute teacher in Geneva District 304. 

 

To help ease the sub shortage, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) has lessened the requirements to obtain a substitute teacher’s license. 

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Important Dates

7th Grade Field Trip

Fri Dec 16 2022

Winter Break - No School

Fri Dec 23 2022
to Fri Dec 30 2022


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