Geneva School District 304 News Article


Last week’s Wheel of Fortune Puzzle winners are Brendon Conley, Emma Peterson, Brody Diehl, Georgia Japlon, and Ben Levin. Staff winners are Mrs. Zahner, Mr. Ellibee, and Mrs. Brady. Congratulations! Stop in the library to claim your prize!


Tomorrow, make sure you rock out your tie-dye and flared jeans for the 1970's! Wednesday we are dressing rad for the 1980’s, were some neon colors or geometric shapes, and be sure to douse your hair with Aqua Net hairspray! Stay tuned for the following dates and check your emails for more information! 


6th graders, it’s not too late to sign up for stage crew for the 6th grade play The Snow White Variety Show. You can help design sets and costumes, or control the lights, sound, or curtain during the show. You can 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 tomorrow, 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. 


Viking Gaming Club will have their next 6th grade meeting on Friday after school from 3:30-5:20. Remember to follow sign in instructions and have your ride home planned ahead of time.


It was a weekend to celebrate for the Geneva South Cross-Country Team as the team fired of a lot of personal bests. The Varsity Girls led things off in terrific fashion.  Despite the grueling hills, Mira Meyers, Gretchen Drexler, and Elena Mamminga all posted impressive top 25 finishes.  For the JV squad Natalija Gaikis ran a terrific time, earning her a medal and a top 15 finish.  Emma Jordahl and Mia Pettruci both led the troops and posted great races in the JV race, too.  In the open race, Brooke Lyles ran awesome and was the top finisher for the Vikings with Isabella Kisch close behind.  The girls packed it up and competed with personal bests in all three races.  The boys kept the momentum going in the varsity race as Andrew Lee, Brady Jordan, and Griffin Poterek all posted top 15 medals and helped lead the boys to a podium third place finish.  In the JV race, Jackson Fuhrman and Gaspar Estrada-Bravo led the Vikings, both placing in the top 20.  Then in the open race, Mack Biesk led the troops with Hudson Van Kleeck, Nathan Walkington and Matthew Bultmann packing it up right behind.  The boys team placed third overall in all three races (special shout out to North who was behind South in all three races).  

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