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9/22/2021

Show your Homecoming spirit next week and dress for the decades! Monday is all about the 1950's, come dressed as your favorite character from Grease or in your best poodle skirt! Tuesday is going to be groovy as we dress like the 1970's, so rock out your tie dye and flared jeans! Stay tuned for the following dates and check your emails for more information! 

 

7th and 8th graders, it’s your time to jive! Friday, September 24 is the first Jivin’ Geneva for 7th and 8th graders after school! Come enjoy food, games, and hanging out with your friends! Hope you see you there!

 

Attention Viking Gamer Club.  The first meeting for 7th & 8th graders only will be this Friday, upstairs in Room 252.  The club will meet from 3:30-5:20. Please bring your school laptop with you to the meeting.  Also, make sure to check your email for important updates and information on Gaming Club!

 

The first Fellowship of Christian Adolescents, FCA, meeting is this Friday at 7:45am. Meet around the North flagpole in the bus circle to join in a worldwide prayer movement and pray for our school and community. Please join for some fellowship and donuts!

 

Attention all 6th graders! Are you interested in helping behind the scenes of the 6th grade play The Snow White Variety Show? If you want to help design sets and costumes, or control the lights, sound, or curtain during the show, then sign up in the main office or 6 blue team center today! The first Stage Crew Practice will be held after school in the cafeteria from 3:30 – 4:20 on Tuesday, September 28th. We can’t wait to see you there! Please reach out to Ms. Poppen and/or Mr. Tatar in 6 Blue with any questions. 

 

7th grade girls’ volleyball took on the Rotolo Bulldogs last night and even though Letti Klein had a 7-point serving streak, the Vikings couldn’t pull out a win. Lauren Stachowicz dominated in the back row while Kate Hupke showed her versatility by playing in the front and back. It was the Phoebe Law and Myla Giang(Yang) show last night for the B team. Both players hit all their serves and covered the court with their fancy footwork taking the Bulldogs to three games! Though it was a hard loss, everyone should be proud of how they played! Come cheer them on this Thursday in the contest gym after school!

 

8th grade girls volleyball played a tough match against Batavia last night. After a devastating loss of 25-4 in the first game, the "A" team had their best comeback of the season. Strong net play from Mia Valenti, serves from Alexa Cosky, and passes from Anna Lutzow and Ella Wilkison helped secure the hard-fought victory for the team. The "B" team played hard but fell just short of victory. Millie Spindle and Yaslin Lopez both had their best games of the season, and Fynnley Huffman made some perfect passes. Great game, girls! Don't forget we have practice tonight! 

 

The boys’ cross-country team bulldozed past the bulldogs last night for a dominating victory.  Ben Barton had the eye of the tiger and led the Vikings finishing second place overall.  Nick Easter ran his best race of the year while Jake Stanuch and Will Lange both set monster personal bests. The girls ran a great race of their own, too as they really packed it together.  Alexis Guess posted another stellar race while Natalija Gaikis and Emelia Bellino ran gutsy races, and Abby Frazier cruised past the competition for her final 100-meter kick. Time to ice the knees and watch Air Jordan highlight tapes to get fired up for the conference championships on Saturday.  Go South!

 

The middle school Varsity football team takes on Jewel on Thursday at 4:30 pm at North's field. Come support the football team! There will be student raffles and the theme is super fan so wear all the Geneva blue and white you own from head to toe! Hope to see you there!

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