Geneva School District 304 News Article



Attention all 6th grade students:

Auditions for the 6th grade play, “Night at the Wax Museum” are next week.

The hysterical meets the historical in this crazy comedy adventure where the magic of history comes alive…literally! Be a part of the hilarious fun as treasure-hungry outlaws, pirates, and royalty meet up with six unlucky summer school students and take them on an adventure they will never forget.

Auditions will take place in the cafeteria next Tuesday and Wednesday after school from 3:30 to 4:30. Sign-up in the main office or the 6B team center – be sure to take an audition form and a script excerpt. And you only need to attend one day of the auditions. See Mrs. Poppen in 6B or Mrs. Surjan in 8B with any questions.


Intramurals will be starting very soon and all students are invited to participate! The first two programs will be FLAG FOOTBALL beginning on Monday, September 10th after school and SOFTBALL beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 11th after school. Permission slips and more information are available in the main office. This is a great way to make new friends and have fun with your old friends!


7th and 8th grade students, remember that your devices will be audited during PE class today. Be sure to remember to bring your device to PE class. 8th graders, remember to also bring your charger to Science class today. Please see the email from Mrs. Oros for more information.


School pictures are next Thursday, August 30th! If you would like to order pictures, be sure to bring your completed order form with you on Thursday. Picture order forms were sent home in the mail to your parents.


From the Sports Desk:

The girls’ Cross-Country team had a tough race against Yorkville yesterday. The top 5 girls’ finishers were Grace Pryor, Riley Pryor, Elise Waldchen, Abby McMillen and Hannah McMillen. Great first race girls!

The boys’ Cross-Country team kicked off its season last night against a tough Yorkville team.  The boys lost, but the top 5 Geneva runners included Colin Opdyke, Andrew Mueller, Quinlan Bobeczko, Dominic Stolarik and Jimmy Stolfe. 


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