Geneva School District 304 News Article


Aloha, Vikings! Spirit Week continues at Geneva South with Hawaiian Day today.  Tomorrow is Twin Day, so dress like your friend or classmate.  

Tomorrow is South Spirit Day – 8th graders wear black, 7th graders wear blue, and 6th graders wear white.  

This week is also Banned Books Week, and it celebrates your freedom to read. Books unite us; censorship divides us. Stop by the library and check out our display which spotlights attempts to censor books in libraries and schools. While you are there take a guess in our contest featuring a Banned Book.

Jivin’ Geneva for 7th and 8th grade students is this Friday after school until 5:00 pm.  

There’s going to be a new intramural in town!  It's Dungeons and Dragons!  The first meeting will be Monday, October 17th in Ms. Riley's room after school from 3:30-4:20pm.  Experienced and new players are welcome to join! 


Permission slips are available for Snack Attack with Miss Mack and for the Epic Air Trampoline Park

This Week’s Club Meetings

Conservation Club meets today after school in Ms. Bruno’s room 221.

Art Club meets tomorrow after school in Ms. Marks art room 269.

Student Council meets tomorrow morning before school in the library at 8:00 am.

Join LEOS Club for a scavenger hunt with Leo’s Club from North.  Meet in Ms. Beyer’s room #223 after school tomorrow. 

Chess Club meets tomorrow after school at North.  Meet Mr. Fader in the South library to walk over to North together.

Calling all writers and creative sorts! Are you the next J.K. Rowling, Ronald Dahl, or C.S. Lewis? Consider joining the Creative Writing Club! All styles of writing are welcome, and you'll make new friends! The first meeting will be tomorrow morning at 7:40 am in Ms. Riley’s room, Room 265. 

Viking Alliance meets tomorrow after school in the Reading Lounge.

Fellowship of Christian Adolescents meets in the South Community Room Friday morning at 7:45 am.

Remember, all students are always welcome at all club meetings!



From the Sports Desk:

The girls’ and boys’ cross-country teams raced in the heat yesterday against Rotolo Middle School. They may not have clinched the "W", it was still a tight race. Connor McInerney, Murphy Hall, Eli Quiroga and Landon Callahan had great finishes for the boys and Ashley Stinger, Izzy Bowgren, Julia Jordan and Lauren Kusack ran hard for the girls. The cross-country team has their conference meet this Saturday.

The 7th grade volleyball team fought hard in last night's game against Batavia.

7A had a strong showing but lost in three nail biting games. Hannah Cosky and Teagan Lee worked the outside sending several hits over the net. Emma Peterson guarded the net making Batavia work for every point. 

7B also fought hard and came close in both games. Aylin Harper had a some gorgeous serving runs. Jade Davenport made some great plays at the net with Harper Kobbeman sending some great passes across the net.


The 8th grade girls’ volleyball team traveled to Rotolo and unfortunately could not pull off the win. Lyla She-Hulk Folden had some killer serves and saves at the net. The B team fell victim to the Bulldog heat, but Autumn Reed protected at the net while Madeleine Chiappetta defended in the back row. 



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