Geneva School District 304 News Article



A quick reminder from the library…   When you check out a book, it is due back in three weeks. If you don’t return it in three weeks, it’s considered overdue and the fines start adding up. If you need a book for longer than three weeks, just stop by the library or email Mrs. Fedor or Mrs. Burkitt to renew it.

Attention all 6th graders this is the announcement many of you have been waiting for…

Are you interested in helping behind the scenes of the 6th Grade Play, Alice @ Wonderland? If you want to help design sets and costumes, or control the lights, curtain, and sound during the show, then sign up in the Main Office or 6B team center today! The first Stage Crew Practice is going to be Monday, September 30th after school in the cafeteria from 3:30 – 4:25 on. We can’t wait to see you there!

Christmas is three months away.  And do you know what would be an awesome gift for your mom, dad, grandma or your favorite uncle?  A scarf or washcloth that YOU crocheted in the Crochet Intramural!  Adults LOVE homemade stuff from our kids! So, pop into to the office and pick up a permission slip because they’re due soon! 

Calling all writers! Writers Club is going to start on Tuesday, October 1st right after school in room 265 with Ms. Riley. All styles of writing are welcome from short stories, novels, and essays to poetry and graphic novels. There also will be plenty of opportunities to socialize and even chances to enter contests. Please see or email Ms. Riley for more details.


Do you sometimes find yourself needing extra help in math? From time to time do you have questions about math homework? Do you wish you had other opportunities to meet with a math teacher? Well, beginning this week there will be math tutoring sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays before school from 7:45-8:30 and after school from 3:30-4:20 pm. Feel free to drop in any session for as long as you need. No sign up is required.


Viking Alliance, a newly formed club at Geneva Middle School South, will have its first meeting after school on Friday, October 4th in the Reading Lounge. Viking Alliance is a student-led club for anyone who would like to do fun activities in a supportive, inclusive and nonjudgmental atmosphere. Viking Alliance is about valuing all people no matter their cultural beliefs or their sexual orientation.

If you believe in everyone’s right to be themselves, think that differences make a community stronger and enjoy lively discussion about diversity and inclusion, then this club is for you. Please see Mrs. Rolf in the Guidance Office if you have any questions.



Math Club is meeting today after school until 4:20 in Mrs. Gain’s room 122 at North. 

Social Studies Club also meets today until 4:25 in Mr. Fader's room in the 8W team center. 

Art Club meets today after school as well in the Art Room until 4:25.


Viking Gamer Club will be meeting today in the Old Up Lab from 3:30-5:30. Wait outside the room for Mr. Rhea today after school.  If you are not taking the activity bus home, make sure you have arranged for a pickup at 5:30.


FCA is going to have a special meeting this Wednesday at 7:30 am.  Please meet at the GMS North flagpole.



The next intramural is going to be Bowling!  It’s going to start October 10th, it will last for 8 weeks and it’s only $50 to join.  Also, this intramural is for both North and South students, so this is a great chance to do something fun with your friends from North! Permission slips are available in the Main Office.



Did you remember to wear your PJ’s today to start off Spirit Week?  If not, you can redeem yourself and get extra points for your class by participating in Sports Day tomorrow!  Support your favorite professional or local sports team by wearing a jersey or tee shirt!



From the Sports Desk


Congrats to the 8th grade A and B volleyball teams for their dominate win against Aurora Washington last week. Shout out to Bella Bunkleman for her competitive serving and overall great game, Annie Tomko for her first big kill of the season (Tomko also continued to have a strong offense at our tournament on Saturday) and Sela illg for 7 kills and 3 blocks! 

A big congrats to the 8th grade A volleyball team for their 3rd place finish in the Batavia invitational this weekend. The Vikings went 3-1 and played strong throughout the day. Special shout-outs to Kaylie Jursich for her consistent defense and serve receive, Caroline Madden for excellent serve receive and over all game play, Sela Illg for her strong offensive game, and Jaquelyn Cabellero for a great offensive game. In our last match of the day against Batavia, the Vikings had an impressive total of 13 kills- all with fierce assists by our setter, Kayla Shultz. 


The girls’ Cross-Country team had an exciting meet this past Saturday at the Troy Invitational. Despite the mud, the girls were still able to race hard. Kady Ketzel-Gaudette, Laney Sorrentino, and Zoey Silha all had great races, and 6th grader Maggie Anderson placed 34 out of over 180 runners. Great job ladies!



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