Geneva School District 304 News Article


7th and 8th graders, Jivin Geneva is today after school until 5:00. Be sure you have a ride home or plan to take the activity bus.


Conservation club with Mrs. Brady is coming up!  The first meeting is next week Wednesday, September 27th after school in Mrs. Brady's room 261.  This is a great opportunity to meet new people as well as help the community and the earth! 

No need to sign up or get a permission slip. All are welcome!


Do you have school spirit? Yes, we do! If you are interested in trying out for cheer, please fill out the interest form during lunch time! Email Ms. Parisi if you have questions.


Dungeons and Dragons will have its first meeting of the school year Monday, September 25th after school in Ms. Riley's room 263.  New and experienced players are welcome!


The next meeting of the Creative Writing Club is coming up! Please plan to join us on Tuesday morning at Geneva Middle School North. We will meet in room 103 across from the main office at 7:40 am.


Mrs. Rolf’s lunch groups are cancelled this week. Viking Alliance group is also cancelled this week.


From the Sports Desk:


The 7th grade girl's volleyball team traveled to Aurora Jewel to take on the Jaguars last night. The A team lost in two close matches. The team made some great plays during the second game, and Camryn Tardy brought the Vikes to within two points of the win. The Vikings played tough but weren't able to take home the W. The B team took the Jaguars to 3 and came out victorious. Madalyn Painter brought the heat with some killer serves and played amazing in the front row at the net. Lydia Poustinchian left the Jaguars with their tails between their legs as she protected the back row and served up some aces to lead to a Viking victory! 


Yesterday, the 8th grade girls volleyball team hosted the Jewel Jaguars. The Vikings were fast out of the gate, as Emma Peterson had three kills to put the Vikings up in the first game. Evie Oliva kept things going with awesome serves to help bring home the Viking W. In the B game, Aly Jones was a monster on defense, and Indie Ogden had ice in her veins, with huge serving streaks in both games to secure a Viking victory and send the Jaguars running. Both games showed great team efforts! The Vikings play next at Herget on Tuesday. 

Last night, the varsity Viking football team took on the Thompson Thunder under the lights on Geneva High School's rain-soaked Burgess Field. Although the Thunder made some noise in the first half, it was the Vikings who brought the lightning all game long. Quarterback Nick Lazano threw for a season high four touchdowns, one to Gavin Dvorak and three to the human high light reel Luke Ignoffo who finished the game with over 200 yards receiving. Lozano would also add a score on the ground. Defensively, the Vikings continued to dominate. After Lincoln Czupek's interception ended a Thunder drive in the final seconds of the first half, the Viking linebacker corps of Ryan Michelli, Graham Burt, and Kyler Vanderploeg completely shut down the Thunder offense, supported by Miles Meservy and Quinn Hogan. The Vikings rolled to a 38-6 victory over the Thunder. Shout out to the student fans who weathered the rain to support the team!




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