Geneva School District 304 News Article


Congratulations to the correct guessers of last week’s Wheel of Fortune library puzzle! The answer was MARCH OF THE PENGUINS. Dahlia Brady, Connor McInerney, Reese Cowan, Matthew Bultmann, Tatum Mocchi, Mrs. Michelson, Mrs. Gratz, Mr. Ellibee, you can claim your prize in the library. 


Both 6th grade teams are pulling out ahead in the plastics recycling challenge.  Their boxes have been overflowing.  Want to beat them for the prize?  You have until March 15th.  Acceptable plastics are displayed in all the team centers.


You have two lunch-in-the-library opportunities to earn red Read Across America tickets coming up. This week we have Cup Stacking on Wednesday and next week we have Wacky Staff Trivia. All red tickets should be in the box in the library by Thursday morning March 16 at 9:00am


 Don't miss the next science club meeting tomorrow after school at North in room 103. We will be working on ways to block out noise. Sounds like a meeting you should be sure to attend!


From the Sports Desk:

The 7th Grade Girls' Basketball B team dominated in their game vs. Thompson last week. Unstoppable Bella Beltz put up 14 points while South held down the fort on defense, holding Thompson to just 8 points. Brooklyn Cornish, Reese Gunier, and Harper Kobbeman were focused & fiery, putting the pressure on, on both ends of the court and contributing another 10 points. 

In South's 7th Grade Girls' Basketball A team’s last game vs. Thompson, Emma Peterson brought the fire, while the Vikings demonstrated their resiliency as a team to switch up their defense and hold Thompson to just 6 points in the second half. The girls weren't able to battle back from a second quarter deficit but are ready to knock down shots against North tonight.


Spring athletics begin soon. 6th-8th grade boys volleyball tryouts will be held March 13-15 and 7th /8th grade boys’ and girls’ Track and Field practice begins on March 13. A current physical must be on file in the main office, and you must be registered online in order to participate.

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