Geneva School District 304 News Article


Looking for something to do this weekend, that's entertaining and free??? Well, we have just what you need.  Come see the very entertaining Variety Show here at South.  Performances are at 7pm both Friday and Saturday nights.  And they are free to get in.  Hope to see you there!

The next Gaming Club meeting is on Tuesday from 3:30 to 4:30. Come check out some of the new games and consoles that are now up and running as well as play some of your favorite games with your friends!


The next Dungeons and Dragons meeting will be on Monday in Ms. Riley’s classroom 265.


Chess Club will meet in the South library on Thursday after school until 4:20.


Our bookmark contest continues in the library this week. Create a winter scene on the provided cardstock & drop off at the library by Monday, 12/19. Voting will take place 12/20 and 12/21. 


Students, do you enjoy trivia and looking to test your knowledge? Consider joining the Scholastic Bowl team, a new interscholastic opportunity where students compete with a team in a trivia-based setting. Scholastic Bowl begins immediately following winter break. Visit the main office to pick up more information and to sign-up to participate. 


Are you looking for something fun and new to do with your friends?  Maybe make some new friends? I’ve got just the thing for you.   It’s the GMS Bowling League and it will start January 31st.  Permission slips are in the main office, so grab your friend and sign up!


There’s a new intramural coming up in January and it’s called Cookie Creations!  You’ll bake a new recipe each week and it starts January 26th.   Permission slips are in the main office, so sign up soon because this one fills up fast!


Student council is collecting new toys and books from students and staff, for kids being treated for serious illnesses at Lutheran General Hospital. The collection will take place until Friday, December 16th. 


From the Sports Desk:

7th/8th Girls’ basketball tryouts and 6th-8th dance team tryouts begin immediately following winter break. To participate in tryouts, you must have a valid physical on file in the main office and be registered online. 

The A and B 8th grade boys’ basketball teams won against Herget last night. Ben Peterson and Jackson Snyder combined for 35 points in the A game. Finn Tomko led the way in the B game with 15 points and Ben Levin had a double double with 10 points and 10 assists...thanks to his magical headband. 


The 7th grade basketball A team fell to Aurora Herget in last night's game.  The team couldn't overcome a cold shooting 4th quarter.  The B team had no such problem dispatching the Herget team with a 30-point win.  Colton Bush put on his best Jason Williams imitation in leading the B team to victory.  

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