Geneva School District 304 News Article


Last week’s Wheel of Fortune puzzle winners are Juliet Whiston, Ben Harper, Miguel Serrato, Jack Nitschke, and Sam Levin. Staff winners include Mrs. Rolf, Mrs. Schutz, and Mr. Ellibee. Congrats! Stop in the library to claim a prize!


Come check out the next Science Club meeting tomorrow, May 3rd, after school until 4:20 in Mrs. Bruno's room 221 at South. We will be mixing it up! Don't miss it.


Student Council, your last meeting of the year is this Thursday, May 5th, before school at 7:50. Meet in Ms. Mack’s sewing room!


The eighth-grade students in Social Studies classes compete in an Illinois Stock Market Game in which groups of students receive $100,000 to invest.  This year, we would like to congratulate Colin Hamilton, Tommy Lyons, Logan Novay, and Oscar Colburn for their second place finish out of 393 teams with more than an 18% return on their investment and Nolan Shockey and Zach Pica for their 3rd place win.  Congratulations!


Mental Health Conditions are very common. 1 in 6 U.S. youths aged 6-17 experience a mental health disorder each year. If you or someone you know is struggling, reach out to a trusted adult or the guidance office for support. Let’s bring awareness to mental health by dressing like a twin tomorrow to show that you are not alone!


The Super Smash Bros. Tournament took place on Friday for 6th grade Viking Gamers.  While it was a close match, Matthew Haughan stole the victory and earned 1st place in the competition.  Heath Lapsley took 2nd place after putting up tough battle, followed by Adyn Colon in 3rd place, and Jillian Bultmann in 4th place.  Congratulations to the champions and all the competitors on a game well played!


Last Thursday the 7th grade boys track team won the quadrangle meet between Aurora Jefferson, Aurora Jewel and Geneva North and a new school record was set.  The 4x400 team of Parsa Manafi, Andrew Lee, Noah Hallahan and Mason Bruesch ran a 2:16 time to beat the old record in that event.  Peyton Groves also jumped over 36 feet in the triple jump to nearly break that record as well.  The team takes on the Batavia Bulldogs at home tonight.

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