Here are the GHS Announcements for Tuesday, April 23rd. The varsity softball team picked up another win by defeating the visiting Conneaut Spartans 13 to 3. Caidyn Siegel picked up the win from the mound only allowing 2 hits in 5 innings pitched. Savannah Burton was perfect from the plate. Kailyn Cerjan went 3 for 4 with a triple. Alyssa Palmisano, Claire Cafaro and Caidyn Siegel all added two hits. The Lady Eagles will take on the Jefferson Falcons tonight at home. The boys varsity tennis team took care of a short handed Andrews Osborne team yesterday. Singles winners were sophomore Myles Colgan in straight sets at first singles and freshman Shayne Miniard at third singles also in straight sets. Andrews had to forfeit the doubles, so the Eagles notched a 4-1 win to improve to 6-1 on the season. The varsity netters entertain Saint Vincent Saint Mary today in a state team contest, weather permitting. Good luck Eagles. Geneva Public Library is hosting their book sale and needs some GHS students to help. The librarians need help with setting up on Thursday April 25th from 2:30-5:00 and tearing down Saturday April 27th from 2:30-4:00. This is a great way to get community service hours. You can sign up in Mr. Yost's room or just go to the library during the times. Attention all boys interested in playing basketball next season: if you didn't make the meeting this morning, there will be another immediately after school in Room 306. We will be going over summer activities. Any questions, please see Mr. Barbo or Mr. McQuoid. Geneva Athletic Booster Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Crossley's office. In order to be eligible, athletes must have played at least 2 sports for 3 out of their 4 years of high school. In addition, applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. No applications will be accepted after April 26 A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
about 10 hours ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Monday, April 22nd. The varsity tennis team finished second on Saturday in the Ashtabula County Invitational Tennis Tournament. Individual flight winners were senior Isaac Riddell at first singles and freshman Logan Willsey at third singles. Taking second at first doubles were sophomores LJ Stark and Myles Colgan while second singles entrant Kaden Brewster and the second doubles team of Pu Amphonkiat and Noah Peterson collected third place medals. Good job guys. The varsity softball team picked up its 3rd straight win by bunting and stealing its way to a 18-0 victory over Cardinal Mooney at the Joanne Kernan Strike Out Cancer tournament on Friday at McCune Park in Canfield. Annabelle Bragg had another dominating performance on the mound only allowing 2 hits and earning 10 strikeouts in 5 innings of work. Alyssa Palmisano went hard for her 3rd homerun on the season and Kailyn Cerjan was perfect from the plate going 4 for 4. Caidyn Siegel, Annabelle Bragg, Cora Brace, and Alexis Shuttleworth all had 2 hits each. Prom Tickets are on sale now during lunch! Attention all boys interested in playing basketball next season: there will be two short meetings on Tuesday, April 23rd: one at 7:00 a.m. and then another immediately after school in Room 306. We will be going over summer activities. Please plan on making one of these meetings in order to find out what we have planned for this summer. Any questions, please see Mr. Barbo or Mr. McQuoid. Geneva Athletic Booster Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Crossley's office. In order to be eligible, athletes must have played at least 2 sports for 3 out of their 4 years of high school. In addition, applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. No applications will be accepted after April 26 A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
about 15 hours ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Friday, April 19th. It's Goody Bag Friday! The recipients of today's Goody Bags are Kaden Brewster, Cheyenne Thom, Nicole Harrison, and Sydney Park. Come pick up your Goody Bag from the Main Office sometime today. Happy Friday from FOR Club!! The varsity softball team improved to 2-2 in conference play last night by defeating Conneaut 19 to 0. Annabelle Bragg was dominating on the mound with 10 strike outs and only allowing 1 hit in 5 innings. The team combined for 18 hits led by Claire Cafaro’s grand slam and Alyssa Palmisano’s solo home run. Savanna Burton and Bailey Evangelista each added 4 hits for the Lady Eagles. The JV softball team beat Chagrin Falls 16-3 yesterday. Brooklyn Phillips earned the win on the mound with 10 strike outs. The team stacked up 14 hits with Ashlyn Palmer and Phillips earning 4 hits a piece. The Lady Eagles face off against West Geauga on Monday. Go Eagles! The boys’ varsity tennis team made an early season statement in the CVC Lake Division with a 5-0 shutout of the visiting Edgewood Warriors last night. Singles winners were Senior Isaac Riddell at first singles and freshmen Kaden Brewster and Logan Willsey at second and third singles respectively. Doubles winners were Isaiah Rose and Myles Colgan and Pooh Amphonkiat and LJ Stark. The Eagles move to 4-1 and 2-0 in the CVC. They entertain Lakeside today. Good luck guys. Prom Tickets are on sale now! Students who purchase a ticket by the end of the day will be entered into a drawing to win a $20 Amazon gift card. See Google Classroom for more details. Also, guest forms are due today. Attention all boys interested in playing basketball next season: there will be two short meetings on Tuesday, April 23rd: one at 7:00 a.m. and then another immediately after school in Room 306. We will be going over summer activities. Please plan on making one of these meetings in order to find out what we have planned for this summer. Any questions, please see Mr. Barbo or Mr. McQuoid. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award is awarded to GHS juniors and consists of a 5 day leadership camp this summer at Baldwin Wallace University. Those that attend this leadership camp will focus on service and leadership. Being selected to attend is a great honor. The cost of attending is paid for by the Geneva Rotary Club. If you are interested in attending this leadership camp, please see or email Mr. Yost or Ms. Ball at the Middle School this week for more information Geneva Athletic Booster Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Crossley's office. In order to be eligible, athletes must have played at least 2 sports for 3 out of their 4 years of high school. In addition, applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. No applications will be accepted after April 26 A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
4 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Thursday, April 18th. The boys varsity tennis team made quick work of the visiting Madison Blue Streaks with a 5-0 shutout last night. Singles winners were Senior Ike Riddell and freshmen Kaden Brewster and Logan Willsey. Doubles winners were the teams of sophomores Isaiah Rose and Myles Colgan and Sophomores Pu Amphonkiat and LJ Stark. Congrats guys and good luck today in your big CVC matchup with Edgewood. Prom Tickets are on sale now! Students who purchase a ticket by the end of the day on Friday, April 19th will be entered into a drawing to win a $20 Amazon gift card. See Google Classroom for more details. Also, guest forms are due this Friday. Attention all boys interested in playing basketball next season: there will be two short meetings on Tuesday, April 23rd: one at 7:00 a.m. and then another immediately after school in Room 306. We will be going over summer activities. Please plan on making one of these meetings in order to find out what we have planned for this summer. Any questions, please see Mr. Barbo or Mr. McQuoid. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award is awarded to GHS juniors and consists of a 5 day leadership camp this summer at Baldwin Wallace University. Those that attend this leadership camp will focus on service and leadership. Being selected to attend is a great honor. The cost of attending is paid for by the Geneva Rotary Club. If you are interested in attending this leadership camp, please see or email Mr. Yost or Ms. Ball at the Middle School this week for more information Ohio Military Family Spirit Week will continue for the rest of the week. Wear red tomorrow to show support for military families. Geneva Athletic Booster Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Crossley's office. In order to be eligible, athletes must have played at least 2 sports for 3 out of their 4 years of high school. In addition, applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. No applications will be accepted after April 26 A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
5 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Wednesday, April 17th. The varsity softball team came back from a 4 run deficit by scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the 5th and tacking on another 4 in the bottom of the 6th. They defeated the visiting Kirtland Hornets 10 to 5 behind the combined pitching efforts of Annabelle Bragg and Caidyn Siegel. Alyssa Palmisano and Annabelle Bragg led the offensive attack with 2 hits each while Savannah Burton went 1 for 3 but drove in 3 RBIS and had 3 stolen bases on the night. The Lady Eagles will travel to Conneaut Thursday for their next game. Congratulations to our Geneva JV Tennis Team on a convincing 5-0 win over West Geauga. Ethan Taylor, Noah Peterson, and Cameron Yost got strong wins at singles with Boston Parrish/Mayank Yadav, and Aiden Dimos/Owen Lacey cruising to doubles wins. We’re back on the court tonight versus Madison. Go Eagles! The boys varsity tennis team knocked off Northeast Ohio’s fourth ranked Division 2 team from Beachwood on Monday by a narrow 3-2 score. Winning two of the three points were freshmen singles players Kaden Brewster at second singles and Logan Willsey at third singles. Notching the decisive third point were sophomores Isaiah Rose and Myles Colgan at second doubles. Congratulations gentlemen and good luck the rest of the week. Prom Tickets are on sale now! Students who purchase a ticket by the end of the day on Friday, April 19th will be entered into a drawing to win a $20 Amazon gift card. See Google Classroom for more details. Also, guest forms are due this Friday. Attention all boys interested in playing basketball next season: there will be two short meetings on Tuesday, April 23rd,one at 7:00 a.m. and then another immediately after school in Room 306. We will be going over summer activities. Please plan on making one of these meetings in order to find out what we have planned for this summer. Any questions, please see Mr. Barbo or Mr. McQuoid. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award is awarded to GHS juniors and consists of a 5 day leadership camp this summer at Baldwin Wallace University. Those that attend this leadership camp will focus on service and leadership. Being selected to attend is a great honor. The cost of attending is paid for by the Geneva Rotary Club. If you are interested in attending this leadership camp, please see or email Mr. Yost or Ms. Ball at the Middle School this week for more information Ohio Military Family Spirit Week will continue for the rest of the week. Wear camo tomorrow to show support for military families. Geneva Athletic Booster Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Crossley's office. In order to be eligible, athletes must have played at least 2 sports for 3 out of their 4 years of high school. In addition, applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. No applications will be accepted after April 26 A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
6 days ago, Michael King
Class of 2024 Senior Banners - Sponsorship Opportunity * Will be displayed in Downtown Geneva * Cost is $60 to Sponsor *Click the Link to Fill out Form. https://forms.gle/pNBPtVEsvpLNWPgP6
7 days ago, Geneva High School
Senior Banner
Here are the GHS Announcements for Monday, April 15th. Attention all boys interested in playing basketball next season: there will be two short meetings on Tuesday, April 23rd,one at 7:00 a.m. and then another immediately after school in Room 306. We will be going over summer activities. Please plan on making one of these meetings in order to find out what we have planned for this summer. Any questions, please see Mr. Barbo or Mr. McQuoid. Congratulations to the varsity quiz bowl team on wrapping up their season on Saturday with an all-day regional competition at Solon High School. They didn’t come up on top, but finished as the top CVC school of the day. Congratulations on a phenomenal season. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award is awarded to GHS juniors and consists of a 5 day leadership camp this summer at Baldwin Wallace University. Those that attend this leadership camp will focus on service and leadership. Being selected to attend is a great honor. The cost of attending is paid for by the Geneva Rotary Club. If you are interested in attending this leadership camp, please see or email Mr. Yost or Ms. Ball at the Middle School this week for more information Attention girls in grades 9-11. There will be an informational meeting tomorrow after school in room 407 for those interested in playing girls golf next season. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Ankrom. The Varsity and JV Baseball team will travel to Jefferson today to take on the Falcons at 4:30. Both games will be held at the Havens Baseball Complex. Ohio Military Family Spirit Week will continue for the rest of the week. Wear red white and blue on Tuesday to show support for military families. Geneva Athletic Booster Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Crossley's office. In order to be eligible, athletes must have played at least 2 sports for 3 out of their 4 years of high school. In addition, applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. No applications will be accepted after April 26 A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
8 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Friday, April 12th. Don’t forget Ohio Military Family Spirit Week starts next week. Wear purple on Monday for the statewide “Purple Up Day” to show support for military families. Geneva Athletic Booster Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Crossley's office. In order to be eligible, athletes must have played at least 2 sports for 3 out of their 4 years of high school. In addition, applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. No applications will be accepted after April 26 A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. There will be an Interact Club Meeting on Monday, April 15th at 6:45 a.m. in Mr. Yost's room. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
11 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Thursday, April 11th. A reminder to seniors, Thursday, May 2nd is the last day to turn in your senior fee at the $20 rate. Beginning on Monday, May 6th the fee will go up to $30. There will be an Interact Club Meeting on Monday, April 15th at 6:45 a.m. in Mr. Yost's room. The boys’ varsity tennis team collected their first CVC win last night with a tight 3-2 win at Jefferson. Garnering the three points were Sophomore Pooh Amphonkiat at third singles, sophomore Isaiah Rose and freshman Logan Wilsey at first doubles and junior Noah Peterson and sophomore Ethan Taylor at second doubles. A great team win as they begin league action. The team travels to Gilmour today. Good luck gentlemen. The varsity baseball team had a big bounce back win yesterday against Lakeside 15 - 2. Hewitt Wilt led the way offensively going 3 for 3 with a triple and a homerun. Both Logan Queen and Shea Arkenburg added two hits apiece. Shea picked up the win on the mound pitching 3.1 innings and striking out 8 and only allowing 1 hit. Andrew Oros also pitched great striking out 4. GHS is sponsoring a Hats for Hospice Day on Friday, April 12th. The donation to wear a hat is $1, but feel free to donate more to this worthy cause. All funds collected will remain in Ashtabula County, helping those in need of Hospice care. The first period class that collects the most money will receive donuts. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
12 days ago, Michael King
Melissa Hull 11:28 AM (19 minutes ago) to me Here are the GHS Announcements for Wednesday, April 10th. The varsity baseball team opened up CVC Conference play last night losing a close one,3-2, to the Lakeside Dragons. Hewitt Wilt pitched 5 innings giving up 2 hits and 2 earned runs while striking out 8. Curtis Maier led the eagles offense with a triple and Logan Queen had a single and an RBI. The Eagles are back at it today at home against the Dragons! In softball, Caiden Siegel struck out 13 batters and only allowed 4 hits in 5 innings to lead the varsity team to a 15 - 0 win last night over the visiting Lakeside Dragons. Alyssa Palmisano led the offensive attack with a 3-run homerun. Claire Cafaro hit a triple and Gianna Markijohn and Cora Brace each added a double. The Lady Eagles travel to Perry this afternoon to take on the Pirates. The Geneva Academic Boosters Club needs your help to acknowledge the excellence of Geneva High School educators for the 2024 GHS Teacher of the Year Award. Nominations are open to all students, teachers, and staff at Geneva High School. You are allowed to vote only ONCE but can nominate up to 2 teachers. Nominating forms are in the office or you can vote on the form posted in Google Classroom. Nominations are due on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. GHS is sponsoring a Hats for Hospice Day on Friday, April 12th. The donation to wear a hat is $1, but feel free to donate more to this worthy cause. All funds collected will remain in Ashtabula County, helping those in need of Hospice care. The first period class that collects the most money will receive donuts. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
13 days ago, Michael King
Eagles: Don't forget we are CLOSED Monday, April 8th due to the Solar Eclipse! ***Please remember: DO NOT look at the eclipse without certified eclipse safety eyewear.
18 days ago, Michael King
Eclipse
Here are the GHS Announcements for Friday, April 5th. Volunteers are really needed for the Red Bow 5k at GPS this Saturday from 8 am-11am. Please see Mrs. Debacker ASAP to let her know if you can help. It's time for Goody Bags! Our Goody Bag recipients this week are Jacob Clemens, Ava Ralph, Nathan Richter, and Ryleigh Wurm. Please pick up your Goody Bags in the main office. FOR Club wishes you a fabulous Friday!! The Geneva Academic Boosters Club needs your help to acknowledge the excellence of Geneva High School educators for the 2024 GHS Teacher of the Year Award. Nominations are open to all students, teachers, and staff at Geneva High School. You are allowed to vote only ONCE but can nominate up to 2 teachers. The winning teachers will be selected by a panel of Geneva Academic Boosters volunteers.Winning teachers will be recognized in May during the end of year award ceremonies. Nominating forms are in the office or you can vote on the form posted in Google Classroom. Nominations are due on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. Attention Seniors: Scholarship applications are due today. GHS is sponsoring a Hats for Hospice Day on Friday, April 12th. The donation to wear a hat is $1, but feel free to donate more to this worthy cause. All funds collected will remain in Ashtabula County, helping those in need of Hospice care. The first period class that collects the most money will receive donuts. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out with Glimpse the Eclipse from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great weekend Geneva!
18 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Thursday, April 4th. Volunteers are really needed for the Red Bow 5k at GPS this Saturday from 8 am-11am. Please see Mrs. DeBacker ASAP to let her know if you can help. The Geneva Academic Boosters Club needs your help to acknowledge the excellence of Geneva High School educators for the 2024 GHS Teacher of the Year Award. Nominations are open to all students, teachers, and staff at Geneva High School. You are allowed to vote only ONCE but can nominate up to 2 teachers. The winning teachers will be selected by a panel of Geneva Academic Boosters volunteers.Winning teachers will be recognized in May during the end of year award ceremonies. Nominating forms are in the office or you can vote on the form posted in Google Classroom. Nominations are due on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. Attention Seniors: Scholarship applications are due today. GHS is sponsoring a Hats for Hospice Day on Friday, April 12th. The donation to wear a hat is $1, but feel free to donate more to this worthy cause. All funds collected will remain in Ashtabula County, helping those in need of Hospice care. The first period class that collects the most money will receive donuts. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out with Glimpse the Eclipse from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. The Geneva Academic Boosters Team Spelling Bee fundraiser is this Saturday, April 6 at 7:00 pm at GHS. The teams of 3-4 people will include a Board/Administration team, a teacher team, a senior class team, a quiz bowl team, and more. Who will win?? You can help your favorite team get a second chance or save if they miss a word by bringing in your change to school on Thursday, April 4 and Friday, April 5. Put your change in your favorite teams container at lunch time and the team with the most money will get a second chance during the competition on Saturday night. What team do you BEElieve in? You can CHANGE the outcome of the competition!
19 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Wednesday, April 3rd. The Geneva Academic Boosters Club needs your help to acknowledge the excellence of Geneva High School educators for the 2024 GHS Teacher of the Year Award. Nominations are open to all students, teachers, and staff at Geneva High School. You are allowed to vote only ONCE but can nominate up to 2 teachers. The winning teachers will be selected by a panel of Geneva Academic Boosters volunteers.Winning teachers will be recognized in May during the end of year award ceremonies. Nominating forms are in the office or you can vote on the form posted in Google Classroom. Nominations are due on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. Attention Seniors: Scholarship applications are due today. GHS is sponsoring a Hats for Hospice Day on Friday, April 12th. The donation to wear a hat is $1, but feel free to donate more to this worthy cause. All funds collected will remain in Ashtabula County, helping those in need of Hospice care. The first period class that collects the most money will receive donuts. Next Monday is the solar eclipse, and thanks to the Geneva Academic Boosters every student in the school will receive a pair of eclipse glasses so you can view this incredible phenomenon safely! Glasses will be distributed during your 4th period class on Thursday. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out with Glimpse the Eclipse from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
20 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for Tuesday, April 2nd. Attention Seniors: Scholarship applications are due tomorrow. GHS is sponsoring a Hats for Hospice Day on Friday, April 12th. The donation to wear a hat is $1, but feel free to donate more to this worthy cause. All funds collected will remain in Ashtabula County, helping those in need of Hospice care. The first period class that collects the most money will receive donuts. Next Monday is the solar eclipse, and thanks to the Geneva Academic Boosters every student in the school will receive a pair of eclipse glasses so you can view this incredible phenomenon safely! Glasses will be distributed during your 4th period class on Thursday. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out with Glimpse the Eclipse from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
21 days ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for March 22nd. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out at their Glimpse the Eclipse event from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Please check the lost and found. All items left behind will be donated to Rachel's Closet or disposed of over spring break. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Students: To help you keep track of your community service hours, all community service forms should be turned into the guidance office. Have a great spring break Geneva!
about 1 month ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for March 21st. Interact club is sponsoring a pajama day on Friday, March 22nd. Please donate $1 to wear pajamas all day. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out at their Glimpse the Eclipse event from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Please check the lost and found. All items left behind will be donated to Rachel's Closet or disposed of over spring break. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Students: To help you keep track of your community service hours, all community service forms should be turned into the guidance office. Have a great day Geneva!
about 1 month ago, Michael King
Spring Break begins March 23rd! School resumes April 2nd!
about 1 month ago, Michael King
Sp Break
Here are the GHS Announcements for March 20th. Interact club is sponsoring a pajama day on Friday, March 22nd. Please donate $1 to wear pajamas all day. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out at their Glimpse the Eclipse event from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Please check the lost and found. All items left behind will be donated to Rachel's Closet or disposed of over spring break. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Students: To help you keep track of your community service hours, all community service forms should be turned into the guidance office. Have a great day Geneva!
about 1 month ago, Michael King
Here are the GHS Announcements for March 19th. The Geneva Public Library needs volunteers to help out at their Glimpse the Eclipse event from noon to 4 on April 8th. Please stop by the library to sign up for a time slot. Technical Interviews are today, March 19th from 2:30-4:30 in the GHS Auditorium. ANYONE interested in working on any crew MUST interview for a position. No one will be returning to their previous position without an interview. ALL positions are open. You may interview even if you audition, but you will either be on cast OR crew, NOT both. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Christopher in Room 208. Please check the lost and found. All items left behind will be donated to Rachel's Closet or disposed of over spring break. Yearbooks can be purchased online at jostensyearbooks.com through May 3rd. Have a great day Geneva!
about 1 month ago, Michael King