Geneva School District 304 News Article



The final yearbook meeting of the year will be held on Monday, May 21 immediately after school in Room 113 in the 8W team center. This meeting will run until approximately 5:20. Pizza will be provided. Any student who has contributed to the production of the yearbook this year should attend.

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 this 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.

6th and 7th grade girls, there is going to be an informational meeting about next year’s volleyball teams on Wednesday, May 23 at 8:15 am in the Contest Gym.

This week is fine forgiveness week in the Library.  Please turn in all your books and if you have fines they will be forgiven IF you make a card for a resident at Arden Courts or Greenfields Memory Care Facility. Are you wondering if you have a fine just check your email!  See Mrs. Mourek for details and questions.  

Students, if you have still been collecting box tops, be sure to bring them in by May 25th to qualify for the drawing. If you collect 25 or more box tops, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a $25 Goodrich Randall 15 movie gift card. If you bring in at least one box top, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a $5 Goodrich Randall 15 movie gift card. Remember, Soup labels and expired box tops don’t count.

Science Club: Your last meeting is next week, Thursday the 24th with pizza and games

Last Friday night, the Viking boys track team wrapped up its season at the annual Wohlhuter invitational meet at St. Charles East High School. The 4x800 meter relay team of Adam Drexler, Mitchell Gratz, Colin Opdyke and Colin Hasty started the meet off strong for the Vikings and 8th graders Tyler Tuisl and Carter Powelson took first and second place in the triple jump. Finally, the 4x400 team of Dan Sustersic, Tyler Tuisl, Mitchell Gratz and John Klis braved the frigid temperatures to close the meet and bring a strong end to a successful season.

Music Students: Today is a Band/Orchestra day.


Club meeting dates:

Science: 5/17, 5/24

Writers: 5/27

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