Geneva School District 304 News Article



The box tops prize drawing is coming up this Friday. Entries of 25 or more box tops will be eligible to win a $25 gift card to either Graham’s or Randall Theater – winner’s choice!

Entries of at least one box top will be eligible to win a $10.00 gift card to the Randall 15 or Graham’s. Again, the winner’s choice.


Did you know, “Every dog happens for a reason?”  Read A Dog’s Purpose and come to our GMSS book club to share your love of dogs on Tuesday, 3/5. See Mrs. Fedor or Mrs. Hollis for details.


Another Student Council Movie Night is coming up this Friday until 5:15 in the library. This week’s showing is going to be The Greatest Showman. Great movie – don’t miss it!


FCA is having a meeting this week Thursday at 7:30 am at North. Stop in for some fellowship and donuts.


Also meeting Thursday is Chess Club. Your meeting will be after school right here at South.


The winner of last week’s library trivia question is Sienna D’Argento. Congrats, Sienna! Be sure to head to the library sometime today to pick up your prize!


Save the date.  South will vote for its favorite 2019 Rebecca Caudill book nominee on Monday, February 25th and Tuesday, February 26th.  If you have read 3 or more of the titles on our list, you may vote.  Will South vote the way Illinois does?  We shall soon find out!    
Do you have old pairs of eyeglasses cluttering up a drawer? Keys that don’t open or start anything? Empty ink cartridges that you just don’t know what to do with? Or how about really old mobile phones that don’t even have a charger anymore? Good news – you can donate those items to the Leo’s Club, and they will recycle them for you! All items that are collected will help fund programs for the visually- and hearing-impaired right here in Illinois.        
Keep bringing in Pop Top Tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charities. You can put them in the boxes in the cafeteria or bring them to Ms. Beyer in 6Blue. Our donations will help Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families of children receiving treatment from a nearby hospital.  

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