Geneva School District 304 News Article


The Scholastic Bookfair continues all week. Come get some great books & have a chance to win some prizes. Donate a book or round up your purchase to benefit our teacher classroom libraries. 


Please join Ms. Mack for a “Halloween Cook-tacular” on October 24th or 26th in the FACS room. Students will only sign up for one of the dates. You will be cooking fall themed foods like pumpkin bread and spider cookies! The cost is $10 and permission slips can be picked up in the main office. 


Math club meets this Thursday after school at North in Mrs. Gain's room (Rm 122) until 4:20. Join us for a snack and some fun math activities.


The next Creative Writing Club meeting will take place next Tuesday morning at South. Please plan to meet in Ms. Riley's room at 7:40 am to explore the thriller/mystery genre and for details about our upcoming spooky writing contest!


Chess Club will meet after school on Thursday this week in the South library.  If you haven't attended a Chess Club meeting yet this year, you're still welcome.  See you in the South library.  The meeting ends at 4:20. 


The Conservation Club wants to remind you to recycle markers, pens, mechanical pencils, and empty glue sticks in the small green or blue recycling bins in each team center.  Due to recycling efforts last year, the club was able to redeem points earned to help fund charitable events like providing drinking water to people in need and protecting an acre of rainforest.


What do Jolly Ranchers wrappers, Blow-pop wrappers, pencil shavings, and Kleenex all have in common?  They are all items that should go in the trash, not the recycling bin.  To help guide you, the Conservation Club put signs in each classroom to promote the correct disposal of recycling and trash items.   Thanks for your help!


Student council meets tomorrow at 8 in the library book nook. Let's finish talking about Red Ribbon Week door decorating. Don't forget to pick up your order form for your student council t-shirt!


FCA meets this Friday at North at 7:45AM. Please join us for Faith and Fellowship. All are welcome!


From the Sports Desk:


Want to show your school spirit? Try out for cheerleading! Try-outs are Monday the 16th through Wednesday the 18th after school in the fitness room. Complete the registration online if you are interested! You can email Ms. Parisi with any questions.


Last night your JV Viking football team ended their season at home against the combined might of the Gold and Red teams of Batavia. Your Vikings opened the game with a 65-yard touchdown run by Cody Brown. Cody Rader was dominate through the air with a 68-yard touchdown pass to Brown. Maddox Carson came up with the two-point conversion. Two drives later, Austen Ganz threw a halfback pass to Michael Lutzow for a big touchdown. On the very last play of the season, Logan Garcia rumbled into the end zone for a touchdown. The final score was 36-14. The Varsity squad takes on Batavia for their last game of the season on Thursday. 


The girls' 7A volleyball team defeated the Herget Huskies in the first round of their conference championship. From serving to spiking, every player contributed 110% to this awesome win. The girls will play in the Final Four tonight at 4:30. Be sure to wish them luck or come out to support them at the game!

7B had a tough loss last night to Aurora Jewel which ended their season. Though everyone played hard, we were not able to come out on top. 7B ended the season with an amazing 7-2 record and they should all be very proud of their hard work!

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