Geneva School District 304 News Article



Lost and found is up for one more day, but after today it’s all going to Good Will, so be sure to take a look during your lunch period.


The Basketball intramural starts next week Thursday!  Don’t forget to pick up a permission slip in the office – they’re due April 16th.


Alliance Club don’t forget you have a meeting this afternoon.


Science Club your next meeting is going to be on Thursday, April 18 in Mr. Duber’s classroom 154 and the topic will be STOMP ROCKETS (hopefully outside)!


Other meetings coming up next week include Art Club and Math Club on Monday, Writer’s Club on Tuesday, and FCA and Chess Club on Thursday.


Also coming up next week Thursday is the GMSS Library Tech Day.  Be sure to come during your study hall or at lunch to have a chance to use Sphero Sprk, Sphero Mini, Dash, Cue and LEGO WeDo. 


Music students today is a Band/Orchestra day.


From the Sports Desk:

The weather held up and so did the Geneva South track team as there were stellar performances all around the track last night.  The 8th grade girls led the charge as Kayla Eichstaedt took first place in the mile while Abby McMillen cruised to a smooth victory in the 100-meter dash.  For the 7th grade girls, Emily Potosnak did a phenomenal job in the high jump, and Brooke Lussnig was her normal speedy self in the 100 meters.  On the boys’ side of the track, Calvin Kautz and Anthony Graske dominated the 400 meters, taking two of the top three spots.  For the 7th grade boys, Alex Fitzgerald, Matt Styrna, Logan Weber, and Sam Esparza all ran excellent legs of the 4 by 200 as their team took home the first-place medal.  And finally, varsity standout Andrea Turek made a special guest appearance last night with a fantastic double.  Turek jumped an incredible 45 feet in the triple jump and then capped her night off by jumping 10 feet in the high jump.

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