Geneva School District 304 News Article

Staff Spotlight: Lisa Stone

Lisa Stone is the Principal's Secretary/Administrative Assistant at Geneva High School.
When did you start working at Geneva CUSD 304?
July 1995
What is your role in the District?
My role has changed over the years. When I first began working at Geneva High School, I managed student schedules and grades. Currently, I provide support to our administrators, teachers, and staff in the building as well as booster groups, community members, parents, and students that come through the office. I manage a variety of jobs such as registration, PushCoin, board deposits, parent and student communications, and maintaining the high school website.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
My husband and I enjoy traveling, which we plan to do more of when I retire. In my downtime, I enjoy going for walks outside and hanging out with my friends, my family, and my grandchildren.
What would you like the parents and the greater Geneva community to know about the District?
Geneva schools are great for many reasons but specifically, because they provide a safe learning environment, and the staff genuinely care about the students and their success. We moved here in 1995 when our kids were ages 2 and 4 and we are grateful for the education they received here.
What’s your favorite part of your job?
I love working at GHS. I love the people most of all. I get a lot of positive energy from my co-workers. Every day is different from the previous day, and it is never boring. I am truly blessed to be a part of such a great school and community.
What is your favorite memory of Geneva CUSD 304?
By far, my favorite memory while working at Geneva High School was in the spring of 2009 when I was a chaperone for the marching band and orchestra’s trip to Walt Disney World. My two kids were in the band at the time, and I really enjoyed getting to know the other chaperones and seeing what a great group of students and leaders we have. The band director also placed my kids together in the formation which allowed me to easily take pictures of them marching on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom. I will always treasure this memory!

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