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Teachers Say "Bienvenido" to a New Spanish Curriculum

Students taking the level one Spanish this year will participate in a new, more immersive way of learning designed to engage them in authentic language-learning experiences. In the past, students would memorize sets of vocabulary words and grammar concepts that they would practice and then take a quiz. Now, they will be using a series called EntreCulturas, utilizing the Integrative Performance Assessment (IPA) model that focuses on developing three modes of communication: interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational. This is cyclical model provides students with a way to learn vocabulary and grammar concepts within the context of conversation and culture.
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Safety and Security in Our Schools

One of the top priorities at the Geneva School District is to ensure a healthy environment so students can learn, and teachers can teach. Everyone in the district is instrumental in our safety and security efforts, including administrators, teachers, custodians, office staff and students as well as their parents.

“If you see something, say something,” said Geneva School District Safety and Security Coordinator Tim Baker, referring to the district’s confidential Safe Schools Tip Line that is available for reporting any concerns to help someone get the support they need. “This is the most important thing for parents, students and teachers to know.”
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2022-23 School Plan - Welcome Back!

As we move forward into the 2022-23 school year, we remain committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment for our students. We have prepared this 2022-23 School Plan to inform the community about the COVID-19 Plan that will be in place, along with an outline of Safety and Security Protocols, and updates about the school lunch service.

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Staff Spotlight: Jeannie Bean

Early each morning long before the school day begins, Geneva School District Bus Driver Jeannie Bean, or Miss Jeannie as the students call her, thoroughly inspects her bus, as required by law. She emphasized the importance of safety for the transportation department. “Safety is number one,” she said. “We never get in a bus that’s not fit to be on the road.”

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