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Do you enjoy helping others? The Geneva Middle School LEOS Club is a school service club that does just that. Leos 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. We have many projects already lined up, but we need you to make it happen. The first meeting of the year is next Tuesday, September 25 from 3:30-4:30 in the library. Stop by the office for an informational flyer or see Ms. Beyer in 6 Blue for more information.


This Friday, September 21 from 6:30-8:00, the Geneva Public Library is having a class called Teen Tech Studio: Light Painting.  Trace writing and drawings in the air that show up as glowing lines in photos.  Try out glow sticks, holiday lights and more. Sign up is at the library, but you can ask Mrs. Fedor in our library if you want more information.


Attention all 6th graders! If you are interested in helping behind the scenes of the 6th Grade Play, Night at The Wax Museum you can sign up in the main office or the 6 Blue team center and be sure to attend the first Stage Crew meeting tomorrow after school in the cafeteria from 3:30 – 4:25. See you there!


The library puzzle of the week winner is Daniel Davis! Good job, Daniel! You can claim your prize in the library.


From the Sports Desk:

The boys’ Cross-Country team ran in the 56 team Troy Invite on Saturday. The 6th grade boys came in 5th out of 56 schools with Dominic Stolarik earning a medal by placing 18th, Brady McMillen 31st, Jackson Raby 42nd, Noah Martin 52nd and Owen Chandria 74th in a race featuring 448 runners. The 7th grade boys saw Lorcan Duffy perform his best race of the year placing 63rd out of 377 runners. In the 8th grade race South placed 12th out of 54 schools with Colin Opdyke, Colin Hasty and Quinlan Bobeczko placing in the top 100 of the race. The team will be home on Tuesday and Thursday at Peck Farm.