Preschool students had a great time with middle school FACTS students. Thank you to our middle school staff and students for taking time to come hang out with us. It was a blast.
For just the fifth time since 1962, Geneseo High School is searching for someone to lead its storied football program. The school will be hiring a new varsity head coach and is now accepting applications: https://www.geneseoschools.org/article/1336221
On this Veterans Day, we honor and we thank all who have served our Nation.
At an assembly to honor local veterans on Friday, GHS Principal Tom Ryerson called Veterans Day an “opportunity for Americans to show their respect, gratitude and support for all who have served.” Read more: https://www.geneseoschools.org/article/1334661
Congrats to GHS principal Tom Ryerson for receiving the Maple Leaf Medallion. Tom has been a great leader for GHS staff, and advocate for all GHS students. Appreciate all that you do!
Geneseo Middle School wrapped up a very successful volleyball season recently. And the end of this season marks the end of an era as coaches Karna Frerichs and Michelle Glazier are both retiring. They combined for over 50 years of coaching experience and were honored and thanked by players, fans, and parents at the final home games. Congratulations and THANK YOU to Mrs. Frerichs and Mrs. Glazier for your decades of service to and support of Geneseo student-athletes. We'll miss you and wish you the VERY BEST in retirement!!!
Third graders have been learning the meaning of multiplication and how to build concrete models of equal groups and arrays to show their multiplication sentences!
GMS 7th & 8th grade basketball coaches and players are on the road tonight but they hosted Washington Monday night and played well in a tough early season match-up. The next home action for B teams will be this Thursday against Hampton and the A teams are road warriors until next week Thursday, November 16.
An innovative, modernized approach to teaching, learning, grading, and reporting is being piloted by 30 teachers throughout Geneseo's three elementary schools, middle school and high school. Learn more: https://www.geneseoschools.org/article/1324840
Student of the Quarter Breakfast this a.m. at GHS! Teachers nominated and recognized students who make their day brighter! Thanks to all the parents and guardians for attending this morning!
The tombs of Ancient Egypt were re-opened this past week for 6th grade sessions day. Students designed Cartouches, wrote in Hieroglyphics, spoke modern Egyptian Arabic, and Mummified apples. It was an awesome day of exploration across all subject areas.
“Since the first day of my life, I’ve been around Geneseo football in some way, shape or form,” said Larry Johnsen Jr. “Geneseo was my dream job." Read more about Johnsen's decision to step down after 20 seasons: https://www.geneseoschools.org/article/1321378
It was 50's Day in Kindergarten at Northside. Mrs. Vermost's class had a ball dressing up and learning about the good ole days. Some nifty outfits for their 50's bash.
Congrats to Kathryn Hogue and Nathan Dunker. They were chosen by our staff as the Elks Teens of the Month. These two have demonstrated outstanding character and academics at GHS.
Congratulations to Mrs. Unruh, the latest recipient of a Maple Leaf Medallion. Mrs. Unruh teaches 2nd grade at Millikin and models Teach - Learn - Care every day!
Geneseo High School is inviting local veterans to attend and be honored at a Veterans Day assembly on Friday, Nov. 10. Veterans interested in attending should enter through the library lobby doors (700 N. State St.) at 7:30 a.m. The assembly will begin at 8:00 a.m. and include a keynote speaker, guest introductions, and special music selections by the high school band and choir. The assembly will begin at 8:00 a.m. and include a keynote speaker, guest introductions, and special music selections by the high school band and choir. For questions, please contact Tara Laingen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Congratulations to Northside's October Students of the Month. These students have done an amazing job being respectful, kind, and hardworking. Bright futures are ahead for these young leaders.
Our Grow Your Own students visited Western Illinois University today as part of "Future Teachers Day"! WIU is a partner with our program who award our students 4 hours of articulated college credit upon enrollment at their university.
Geneseo High School is looking to hire an Administrative Assistant to work in its Guidance Department, and a Paraprofessional to assist special education teachers and students. Learn more about both roles and apply today: https://www.geneseoschools.org/page/employment
The 23-24 GMS performance season kicked off tonight at our annual 7th and 8th grade Halloween Concert. Jazz band warmed up the crowd, then the 7th, 8th, and combined bands knocked it out of the park.