Geneva School District 304 News Article


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.


Chess Club for tomorrow afternoon has been cancelled.


Math Club meets tomorrow after school until 4:20 in Mrs. Gain's room (room 122 at North). Come play some math basketball while you enjoy an after-school snack. 

Join us for our next Dungeons and Dragons meeting after school on Monday, November 14th, until 4:25 pm. Please have your character created so we can kick off our adventures straight away! See Ms. Riley's email for helpful advice and resources if you are struggling to design your character. Hope to see you soon!

Leo’s Club members don’t forget to pick up your permission slip in the main office for the Apple Pie Making event on Wednesday, Nov 16th.   This is a fun and delicious way to help your family with Thanksgiving this year and it’s only $5. Don’t miss it!

The Creative Writing Club will meet again before school on Tuesday, November 15th at Geneva Middle School South. Please join us in room 265 to share your realistic fiction stories and to start planning for two contest opportunities and our winter party! See or email Ms. Riley with questions.

Do you have dried up markers, pens or used up glue sticks?   Don’t throw them away! The Conservation Club has provided us with small blue or green recycling bins in all the team centers that we can put all those used up markers, pens and glue sticks in. Thanks Conservation Club!


From the Sports Desk:

On Monday, your Viking wrestlers went to Batavia’s Rotolo Middle School to face the “Battlin’ Bulldogs”. It was your Vikings that kept Batavia on a leash this time, as both the varsity and JV teams came out with collective wins. Eli Brazelton and Joey “Takedown” Torrence were just a couple of the many pins that kept Batavia in the doghouse. On Thursday, your wrestlers go to Saint Charles to face Wredling.

Geneva South had a big run to Jewel on Monday night.  For the A team, Jackson Snider was serving up a couple of "3 burgers" while Mason Bruesch and Tate Beran were like "butter" because they were on a "roll" to the basket.  The B squad opted for the self-checkout line in the second half.  Ellis Dziadus "dished" up some tasty steal and drives to the hoop, and Ryder Krempin was a beast not behind the deli line, but on the boards.  

Both teams moved to 2-0 on the season.  

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