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9/9/2021

Viking Gamer Club sign-up forms are due tomorrow! You can pick up a sign-up form from the main office, or Mr. Rhea’s in Room 140.

 

6th graders, tomorrow is the first Jivin’ Geneva of the year! Enjoy hanging out with your friends, participate in fun activities, and yummy snacks! Hope to see you there!

 

Come win prizes and have cereal with your friends at Breakfast and Bingo on Tuesday, September 14th, at 8:00 AM in the sewing room! 

 

Do you enjoy helping others?  The Geneva Middle School LEOS Club is a school service club that does just that.   Leo’s members will have the opportunity to develop valuable leadership skills, make new friends and have fun by getting involved in a wide variety of community service projects.  Stop by the office for an informational flyer or see Ms. Beyer in 6Blue for more information.

 

Come eat lunch in the library today and hear THE Alan Gratz in a pre-recorded message talk about his book Ground Zero, how people are often at their best when the worst happens and how impossible it is to make the right decision when both outcomes are unacceptable. 

 

Books and Breakfast is back tomorrow morning in the library at 8:00am.  No need to reserve a spot. C'mon in when you get here and grab something to eat, play a quick game with your friends, and have a chance to win some prizes. 

 

7th grade girls volleyball traveled to Thompson last night and though they fought hard, could not pull out the win. Madeleine Chiappetta kept the Vikings in the game with her strong serves and spectacular passes. Sophie Curshellas guarded the net, not letting anything by her! The B team had their first loss of the season but never let up. Emmy Kelly dominated the court, sliding and diving for anything in her sight! Emma Falkos attacked in the front row and showed her range with perfect serves over the net. 

 

Last night 8th Grade played two tough sets against a strong St. Charles Thompson team. On “A,” Maryn Tardy and Anna Lutzow had strong net play and made some amazing saves. For “B,” Yaslin Lopez had some fabulous digs, and Maissy Littlefield was a force in the front row. Great effort, girls! 

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