Geneva School District 304 News Article


Auditions for the 7th and 8th grade musical, Aladdin are coming up after break on Tuesday, January 7th and Thursday, January 9th. Be sure to stop by the office to sign up for an audition time and pick up an audition packet.

Only three days left of the Student Council Toy Drive, so while you’re out doing your last-minute shopping this week be sure to pick up a toy for a child at Lutheran General Hospital.


Tomorrow is the Student Council holiday movie night!  Make plans with your friends to stay after school and watch How the Grinch Stole Christmas!


Friday is Holiday Bling Day!

This is the day to wear every flashy, sparkly, blinking, jingling, and tacky holiday thing you own! There will be winner selected from each team.


Fine forgiveness is happening in the library this week. Stop by and make a snowman for a nursing home resident and earn a fine forgiveness dollar. If you don’t have any fines, come anyway and spread some cheer. 


This Friday is a Clean Sweep Friday, so get here a little early to get that locker cleaned out before break. 


From the Sports Desk

The 8th grade A team was tougher than nails last night against Batavia Gold.  After some NBA threes from Batavia early, the Vikings hung with it and put on a show in the second half.  Max Keller, aka, Mr. Postseason had a sweet "And 1 Mix Tape" lay-up and knocked down some big threes to finish with 12 points.  Colin Sprague was a monster on the offensive boards, and the team defeated Batavia Gold to move onto the semi-finals against number 1 seed Yorkville.  Way to go!

The 8th grade B team was trending on Twitter last night as they took down the 2 seed Thompson.  You'll have to open up GoogleMaps on your phone to find out the exact location Drew Peters knocked his 3-pointer from because it was far away from the hoop.  It was great team play that helped the Vikings team swipe left against Thompson to bring on the new opponent. Next icalendar event is the semifinals.

The 7th Grade B Team emerged victorious last night in a thriller versus Geneva Middle School North, winning by a score of 20-17.  Your Vikings were led by Peyton Friedman, who scored 8 points.  Bryce Adams scored 7, including a huge 3 pointer to put South ahead with less than a minute left in the game, while Christian Novay chipped in 5 points.  The win was a true team effort as all 12 players made major contributions. The Vikings are back at it today at 4:15 against the Wredling Redhawks.  Come out and support your classmates as they try to extend their winning streak and hand Wredling their first loss of the season.  Go Vikings!

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