Geneva School District 304 News Article


Don’t miss the last Student Council meeting of the year tomorrow before school. Meet in Ms. Mack’s sewing room!


Sometimes our emotions can get the best of us especially when we are feeling stressed. Help manage your stress by following these 5 simple tips! 1. Get 8-10 hours of sleep a night, 2. Focus on your strengths, 3. Do things that make you happy, 4. Engage in physical activity, and 5. Talk to someone! Wear tie-dye tomorrow to represent the wide range of emotions we all have!


Viking Gamer Club for 7th and 8th graders will take place on Friday from 3:20-5:20. Remember you can invite your teachers to come play with us.


May the fourth be with you for lunch in the library today for a pizza party Kahoot. Send Mrs. Fedor an email by first period so we can get you in the count. Not a Star Wars fanatic? Come anyway to see what all the hype is about. 


It's been a busy week for the Viking track teams as they squared off against two strong conference opponents--the Bulldogs of Batavia on Monday, and the Thompson Thunder on Tuesday.

The 7th grade boys track team continued its winning ways by defeating the Batavia Bulldogs Monday.  Bennett Konkey won all four events he was entered in, Noah Kettlewell went over 30 feet in the triple jump and Hayden Sumrak placed in the hurdles.  

The 8th grade girls cruised to victory against Batavia behind solid performances from Anna Lutzow in long jump, Mackenzie Ross with a personal best in the discus, and the 4x400 team of Gretchen Drexler, Savanah Nicely, Madison Stinger and 7th grader Elena Mamminga who stepped up to run with the 8th grade team immediately after completing the 7th grade 4x400 with her own team.

For 7th grade girls, Mia Petrucci turned in a personal best in the shot put and Kiera Wiedow set a personal record of her own in the long jump.

The 7th grade boys were led to victory in both meets by strong performances by Ellis Dziadus, Parsa Manafi, Andrew Lee and Ben Raby.

Although plagued by injury and illness, the 8th grade boys battled bravely against both the Bulldogs and the Thunder.  Mack Biesk set a personal best in the 800 meters on Monday, only to beat his own record by two seconds on Tuesday. Colton Claussen and Lukas Costello led the team's throwers.

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