Geneva School District 304 News Article



7th and 8th grade students, it's never too early to start thinking about your futures! Have you wondered what types of careers you could have in Geneva and surrounding towns? If so, take a tour of a local manufacturer and a local flavoring company to explore some of those opportunities that exist in your own community. The field trip is on Friday, October 5. Lunch is provided. Pick up a permission slip in the main office. Forms are due by Thursday.

Snack Attack is Back!!! The first session is Thursday, Oct 11th and permission slips will be due Oct 5th. Chefs, space is limited and this one fills up fast, so pick up a permission slip in the office soon.

Attention all students! Art club has a brand-new session starting on Monday October 1st. Students will design their own Art projects and put on an Art show. Permission slips are due by this Friday, September 28 and are available in the Main office or in the Art room.


Do you enjoy helping others? The Geneva Middle School LEOS Club is a school service club that does just that. Leos members will have the opportunity to develop valuable leadership skills, make new friends and have a lot of fun by getting involved in a wide variety of cool and meaningful community service projects. We have many projects already lined up, but we need you to make it happen.

Leo’s Club, your first meeting of the year is today from 3:30-4:30 in the library. Stop by the office for an informational flyer or see Ms. Beyer in 6 Blue for more information.


Are you interested in exploring robotics, coding, and technology using LEGO Mindstorms, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and more? Then the Wired Crew is for you! The first meeting is going to be next Thursday, Oct 4th. See Mrs. Fedor in the library with any questions.


Hispanic Heritage month is from September 15- October 15th.  Come to the library to see a large display of books as well as a collection of artifacts from the travels of South's very own Spanish teacher, Senora Lindahl. 

From the Sports Desk:

The 8th grade girls’ volleyball team traveled to the Batavia Bulldogs den last night and both teams were victorious.

The A squad beat Batavia in 2 solid games. Bella Walls, Annabelle Karch, Helena Havlovic, and Abby Buban lead the charge.

The B squad had a tough match, but sent the dogs to the pound. Kirsten Danosky, Ella Madden, and Mia Klein served well.

The teams will travel to the high school on Thursday to take on Geneva North.

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