Geneva School District 304 News Article


Meet in Miss Mack’s room with Student Council for cookie decorating, hot cocoa, and a chance to win some prizes with holiday Kahoots! 


There is still time to donate new and unused toys for the Holiday Toy Drive! Help Student Council collect toys to donate to Lutheran General Hospital! You can bring all books and toys to the designated box in your team center by Friday, December 17th. Due to germs, all items must be new and unused and stuffed animals cannot be accepted.


Science Club will meet at North in Mrs. Benjamins room 121 after school until 4:20. Join us as we will be taking a closer look at fingerprinting. 


Viking Alliance will meet again Thursday, December 9 afterschool. Check with Mrs. Rolf in guidance if you have any questions!


Math Club meets Thursday after school until 4:20 in Mrs. Gain's room (Room 122 at North). Join us for a fun game of math basketball!


Our next Fellowship for Christian Adolescents meeting is this Friday, December 10th at 7:45AM at South in the downstairs Collaborative Learning Space.  We will have two guests from the High School FCA joining us. We hope you will join us for fun, fellowship, and donuts. 


A North/South run club will be available to students on Wednesdays after school beginning on December 8. In order to participate, you must submit a permission form and small payment. Forms and more info are available in the main office.


The 7th grade boys’ basketball A team started the conference tournament last night against Jewel and kept up their winning ways.   The Vikings scored 23 first quarter points and never looked back.  Mason Breusch’s 11 points and John Tweeds 9 points led the Vikings in scoring.  Jackson Snider and Logan VanDeusen chipped in with 7 points apiece as every player scored.  The Vikings take on Wredling in the final four as they continue their quest of an undefeated season. 


The season was full of Big Macs, Whoppers, Baconaters, and double burgers, but the 8th grade boys’ basketball B team couldn’t pull through last night. Like the entire year, the boys left it all on the line. AJ Young and Preston Wolf both played great games. The boys finished the season with an overall record of 5-4. Congrats to the entire team on a terrific season. 

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