Geneva School District 304 News Article


Chess Club's first meeting is today in the North library after school until 4:20. Even if you've never played chess before, this is a great opportunity to learn while having fun!  See you Thursday at the back of the North- that's right, the GMS North- library.  All are welcome!

Published author, Michael Witwer, will be at South the week after the book fair! For details on getting a signed & personalized copy of his new book, pick up a form in the library! 

The next Gaming Club meeting is today from 3:30-4:20. If you did not attend the first gaming club meeting, make sure to find Mr. Rhea and check your email to see what you missed!

The next meeting of the Dungeons and Dragons club will be on Monday! Please plan to meet after school in Ms. Riley's room number 263. Bring your character sheets and dice if you have them. Hope to see you there!

Social Studies Club will meet this Monday, October 2nd to finish our escape room activity. Even if you didn't attend the first meeting, you're welcome to join the fun!  We'll meet in Mr. Fader's room in the 8 White Team Center until 4:20. All are welcome!

FCA will meet this Friday here at South at 7:45 in the Community Room. Please join us for faith and fellowship. All are welcome!

LEOs Club-next meeting is Monday, October 2nd from 3:25-4:25 in Ms. Beyer's room #223. We will have a guest speaker from the Geneva Lions Club joining us.

Attention all 6th graders: We are still looking for more stage crew members. If you are interested, you can attend rehearsal after school today in the cafeteria until 4:20.

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.   

Mrs. Rolf’s lunch groups are cancelled this week. 


From the Sports Desk:


On Tuesday, the 8th grade girls’ volleyball team traveled to Herget to take on the Huskies. It's safe to say they sleigh-ed the competition! In the A game, the A team was led by Emma Peterson's clutch serves and Reagan Grubb's sets. Although the game went to three sets, the Grubb-Peterson connection was strong and helped send the Huskies back to the dog pound. 

In the B game, the Huskies were all bark with no bite. Indie 'Ice Cold' Ogden served ace upon ace, Mara Ternberg had a four-point serving streak, and Ruby Fiore's awesome defense helped secure the victory for the Vikings and send the Huskies running with their tails between their legs. Up next, the Vikings take on Thompson on the road next Monday.

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