Geneva School District 304 News Article


Today is Yearbook Club Photo Day in the cafeteria.  If you’re in a club, please make sure you know what time your club’s photo is.   You can find the times on the electronic announcements and on a list at the entrance to the library. Social Studies and Chess Club – your pictures will NOT be taken today due to Mr. Fader’s absence. 


Attention 8th grade students. Your elective forms and any course change forms are due in the guidance office by next Wednesday, February 1st. Late forms will not be accepted. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Rolf or Mrs. Abshire in the guidance office.


The next gaming club meeting is next Tuesday from 3:30-4:30pm.  Come level-up your gameplay with your friends and classmates.


Attention 7th and 8th graders: Do you enjoy working with your hands, are creative, or have an interest in the technical side of theater? Then come be a member of stage crew for The Wizard of Oz. You will have an opportunity to design scenes, work with costumes and props to sound and lights to front of house and stage management (and everything in between).  Our first day of work will be Monday, January 30 after school in the cafeteria until 4:25. Sign up in the main office, and if you have any questions, email or see Ms. Beyer in 6 Blue. 


From the Sports Desk:

The 7th grade girls basketball team came out of the gate strong last night.  Sydney Harper kicked things off for the A team with some big drives to the hoop and a 3 burger while Nora Hatton helped lead the team with 8 points.  Unfortunately, after a back and forth battle the girls came up short by just two points to Batavia.  


The B squad played a tough game of their own and battled back with some heart in the fourth quarter.  Harper Kobbeman was hustling all over the place and Isabella Beltz was driving and dishing to the lane.  The girls fought hard but came up just short.  


The 8th grade girls team traveled to the Batavia dog pound last night.  Gianna Sala scored the first basket of the season for the Vikings.  The girls battled the bulldogs and kept it close the entire game but ended up losing by 13. 

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