SEE NEWS ARTICLE entitled: IMPORTANT: CHANGE IN DISTRICT SCHEDULE DUE TO 2nd VACCINE CLINIC. This provides some important details for changes on March 24th, 25th and 26th.
Bus Change for Monday, March 1st: GPS - No Bus #36 - students will ride Bus #21 home. Cork - No Bus #12 - students will ride Bus #29 home. Students riding Bus #29 may run slightly late as pickup will be at approximately 3:20 pm at Cork Elem.
PHONE ISSUES: Last night, we began a change from Windstream to a new cloud based system. We are having some issue with our main line: here are two temporary lines that can be used if you need to reach the schools - (440) 688-5126 and (440) 276-0357. Sorry for any confusion! Thank you!
Some confusion?... ALL EARLY RELEASE DAYS were removed from the DISTRICT CALENDAR due to changes in the daily school schedule. A regular school day will occur on Fri., Feb. 12th and Thurs., May 6th for all in-person K-12 students and staff. Thank you!
Parent / Teacher Conferences for Geneva Schools for all levels - elementary, MS and HS will be on 2/9 or 2/10 based on the teacher's selection. The original dates were altered due to the vaccine clinic for Geneva Schools that was scheduled to occur on 2/10/21. Next week's conferences will take place on 2/16 or 2/17 based on the teacher's selection. The vaccine clinic was rescheduled for Geneva Schools on Wednesday, February 17th. All conferences are by telephone or video conferencing. You should have been notified by your child's teacher(s) for any schedule changes. Thank you!
Bus Change: Mon., Feb. 1st - NO BUS #36 this afternoon for dismissal. Students at GMS will ride Bus #35 home. Students at GPS will ride Bus #8 or Bus #23/17 home. There may be a slight delay in normal drop off times. Thank you!
1/15/21 - Attention Bus Changes: GHS / GMS - NO BUS # 21 - students will be transported by Bus # 8, NO Bus # 36 - students will be transported by Bus #35. Geneva Platt R. Spencer - Bus #8 will take their normal students PLUS ...Daycare students (United Methodist and Carol's Corner) and students on Grant and Walnut Street. GPS: No Bus # 21/17 - students will be transported by Bus #23. Thank you for your cooperation!
1/14/21 - Bus Change: Bus # 17/21 will not be available for dismissal for GPS. Bus #36 will take those students home this afternoon. Students may be running late due to the bus change. Thank you for your cooperation.
1/12/21 - Attention Bus Changes: BUS #5 will not be available for GPS (at dismissal). Students may be dropped off later than their normal time. Students will be transported on Bus #24 / #23 / #36. Thank you for your cooperation!
Happy New Year! School resumes on Monday, January 4th in a remote instructional model. We will resume in-person instruction in all buildings on Monday, Jan. 11th. We look forward to our students returning in-person. Stay Safe! Stay Healthy! ... and Stay Positive!
It is with sadness that the District shares that Mr. Rapose passed away this past Sunday. He taught at GHS as an Intervention Teacher and was a valuable staff member for 14 years in the Geneva School District. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family. He will be missed by many! With Pride ...we honor Mr. Rapose for his dedication to our students and the field of education. If any students need to see a counselor or need to talk to someone, please contact Geneva High School on Monday (Jan 4th). We will have staff members or others available.
Due to the weather and other problems, the district phones and website are having some issues. We are not able to receive or make any calls to outside lines. I apologize for the inconvenience... Windstream has been notified of the issue.
The District is having phone issues (calling or receiving calls from outside numbers) as of Monday, November 30th at 9:30 am. An update will provided when the issue is corrected. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Information and details for any change to the District's school plan based on current COVID-19 exposures and the county level will be shared tomorrow (11/19/20) on the website and through a robo-call tomorrow evening. Thank you for your support!
Austinburg Elementary will be CLOSED today for students and classes (Mon., Nov. 16th) due to a staff shortage. All available / regular staff should report for normal hours.
ATTENTION COVID-19 CASE UPDATES: The updated COVID-19 cases and updated information can be found under NEWs on the main page of the website. (the article with the Mask Up Eagles graphic) . This is UPDATED information even though it says 2 months ago (which is when the first post in the article was added).... please click on the title to see the cases in order (with most current on top).
Geneva Area City Schools will be CLOSED tomorrow due to staff shortages. The illnesses are not all related to COVID-19 but some are other illnesses, family illnesses or personal days. There will be no transportation to Atech or St. John with a shuttle bus. Also... NO BREAKFAST OR LUNCHES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TOMORROW (11/13). We will resume with our normal schedule on Monday, November 16th. With the closure: ALL ACTIVITIES for the Geneva Schools ARE CANCELLED FOR THE WEEKEND.
Geneva Middle School will be closed today ( Mon., Nov. 2nd) due to no power and heat from an outage. All other schools are open.
With Ashtabula County changing to the red level on Thursday, Oct. 29th, further discussion was held with county officials. After conversation with the Ashtabula County Health Department and other county schools, the Geneva School District will not alter its current school plan at this time. We will continue with in-person classes (4 days a week - Mon., Tues., Thurs., and Fri.). Wednesdays will continue to be a sanitizing and support day. We will continue to monitor any changes and increase in exposure in our schools. Thank you for your support and patience. Please check the website - NEWS or Livefeed for any updated information.
There have been questions concerning potential changes in our in-person plan if Ashtabula County changed in the color coding / level system. The following is part of our plan that is posted on our website. If there is a change, we will work closely with the Ashtabula County Health Department to determine the reason for the change and if any action in our plan is necessary. If after consultation and further recommendations, the following will be followed: If the county goes to a Level RED: Notification will be made by the district (this may not be immediate but we will work closely with the Ashtabula County Health Department), students will go to online education only. Teachers and staff will still report to their buildings with safety precautions observed.