Geneva School District 304 News Article


All 8th grade choir, band, and orchestra students attending today's fieldtrip to Drury Lane Theater will be dismissed from class at 10:30.  Please bring your coat and backpacks down to the music wing.  You should leave your backpack in either the choir or orchestra ensemble room, and then sit with your group in the cafeteria.  Please make sure your parents know to pick you up back at school at 5:00 P.M.

There will be no Variety Show practice after school today. The next one is tomorrow in the cafeteria until 4:30.

The Scholastic Bookfair is going on all week and next week for parent conferences. Stop in to get something for yourself and round up your purchase to the nearest dollar for All for Books. We are collecting new books for children being treated over the holidays at Lutheran General Hospital.

Attention all Gaming Club Members - don't forget to turn in your t-shirt order form by Friday, November 18th to the main office!  Extra forms can be picked up from Mr. Rhea.


After school today is conservation club in Mrs. Bruno's room on 6B until 4:30.

The Creative Writing club will be meeting tomorrow morning in Ms. Riley’s room 265.

FCA will meet this Friday in the community room right here at South


From the Sports Desk:

The North vs. South boys’ basketball games are on Thursday this week. 7th grade plays at South at 4:30 and 8th grade plays at Geneva high school at 5 pm. There will be a Superfan Yourself station set up outside the gyms from 3:30-4:00 pm at South or 4:15-4:45 at the high school where you can channel your school spirit with face paint, temporary tattoos, some flair and making spirit posters. We encourage South students to wear the color Blue, or you can wear any Geneva spirit wear! We hope to see you there!

The 8th grade boys’ basketball team hosted Wredling last night in front of a sellout crowd.  After being down 2 at half, the Vikings came storming back.  Cooper Black...more like Cooper Bank! Cooper banked in two big free throws to help the Vikings keep the undefeated season going.  

The B game did not get off to the best of starts.  After being down 20, the Vikings fought back to make it a close game but ended up losing by 9. Vinny Sanchez helped spark the offensive comeback attempt.  

The 7th grade A and B teams took on St. Charles Wredling last night.  The A team won a very close 1 point game led by the strong play of Cole Hecker and Henry Winterhalter.  The B team couldn't stop some St. Charles scoring runs and ended up losing by 8 points.  Noah Rosser had his best game of the season.  Both teams will be playing tomorrow against Geneva North at home.

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