Geneva School District 304 News Article



Beethoven was a German composer widely considered to be one of the greatest musical geniuses of all time, which is especially impressive considering he was deaf.  This morning you heard one of his most famous pieces, Symphony No. 5.


The Viking Alliance meeting for today has been canceled. 


If you are interested in the Bowling Intramural which starts next week on October 10th. Permission slips are available in the Main Office and are due on Monday.


The last two sessions of Flag Football will be on Monday and Tuesday of next week.  There will be no session on October 21st.


7th and 8th graders, are you interested in cheerleading? Please be sure to attend an informational meeting next Thursday, October 10th at North in Ms. DiNatale’s room 124 and have your parent or guardian sign you up on 8 -18. All participants must have a physical on file before try-outs!


Be sure to stop by the library and pick up a piece of bookmark cardstock so you can design South’s fall bookmark. Entries are due Tuesday morning by 8:30 am.

Social Studies Club will meet in Mr. Fader’s room 112 in the 8W team center on Monday until 4:25. We’ll be digging into the trenches of World War I with our gas masks and grenades.

Math Club meets Tuesday October 8 after school at South in Mr. Gain's room 114. Please join us for some games, math puzzles and snacks!

Other Club Meetings next week:

Monday – Art Club

Tuesday – Writer’s Club, Math Club, and Student Council

Thursday – Science Club


Music Students today is a Band/Orchestra Day.


From the Sports Desk

Congratulations to the girls’ cross-country team for their win over not one but two Aurora schools, Jefferson and Washington. It was a cold wet race, but the girls were able to push through to win and took 2nd - 7th place along with other great finishes. Abby Anderson, Riley Pryor, Ava Migliazzo, Maggie Anderson, Alana Cielo, and Megan Maertens were our top 6 finishers. Congratulations ladies!

The boys’ cross-country team defeated both Aurora Washington and Aurora Jefferson last night behind very strong overall performances by the whole team.  Grant Fischer had his best race of the year taking first place and Geneva put 9 runners in the top 11 of the race.  The final conference meet is next Tuesday.

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