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A Big Thank You!

A Big Thank You!

What a wonderful surprise this morning at Geneva Middle School! Peyton Kerns, a 4th grader from Austinburg Elementary, donated 5 cases of water to the building for any...

What happens with RED?

What happens with RED?

If you have watched the news, you have seen numerous school districts adapting their current plans. Most of the changes that are occurring are a result of the level /...

New 8th Grade Class Officers

Congratulations to the class officers for the 8th grade class of 2025! They will undoubtedly serve their class and GMS well!President: Addy ReeceVice President: Lexie...

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Geneva Area City Schools

Geneva Area City Schools

1 day ago

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.

Geneva Area City Schools

Geneva Area City Schools

9 days ago

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.

Geneva Area City Schools

Geneva Area City Schools

about 1 month ago

See the NEWS article about Geneva Schools Plan changing from the current hybrid model to a 4 day a week schedule for all in-person students beginning on October 12th.

Geneva Area City Schools

Geneva Area City Schools

about 1 month ago

DETAILS for a change in the Geneva Schools in-person plan will be posted on the website for our students and families on Monday, September 28th (after 1pm). Some final adjustments and decisions are being made for the details that will be shared. Thank you for your support and patience during our hybrid and online start.

Geneva Area City Schools

Geneva Area City Schools

about 1 month ago

Information concerning the procedures for staff and students that may be exposed or need to to be isolated / quarantined is posted under NEWS (COVID-19 article).

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