“I’ve participated in summer reading since my freshman year. From experience, I believe summer reading is very beneficial to students, including myself, because it keeps your brain refreshed during the summer months. I encourage future students to participate,” said senior, Spencer Huggins.
During the third week of May, all current college preparatory English students in grades eight through 11 will receive information on the assigned books, a letter to their parents with a form to be signed and returned, and written assignment instructions.
A reminder to parents that, as the state has granted the district a waiver day for safety training, students will not be required to come to school on Monday May 13. Also, final examinations will take place on the last two days of school, June 3 and 4. Students’ last day of school will be June 4, and any make-up final examinations will take place on June 5. Finally, Geneva High School would like to thank the community for their support throughout the year, and wish everyone a safe and exciting summer.