News Post

Geneva School of Boerne Grammar students, faculty and parents mobilized across Boerne for the school’s annual “Love Thy Neighbor Day.” This day, in honor of Valentine’s Day, is celebrated each year by Geneva’s Grammar School to encourage students to be other-focused and show Christ’s love to the Boerne community.

Students visited city and county officials, police, fire, sheriff and EMS offices to express gratitude for all they do to protect and serve their citizens. The students also assisted several area ministries, visited nursing homes, picked up trash and swept store fronts on Main Street, assisted with various projects at Hill Country Daily Bread and painted and mulched at Cibolo Nature Center’s Herff Farms.

Fourth-graders Kennedy Marlowe and Anna Lee Lueke picked up trash and swept store fronts along Main Street in downtown Boerne to show love in the Boerne community.

Fifth-grader Reagan Surley along with classmates and parent volunteers spent the morning assisting at Hill Country Daily Bread as Geneva’s Grammar School students celebrated “Love Thy Neighbor Day.”

Third-graders Penelope Perez, Matthew Murray and their classmates spread mulch, fed chickens, made seed balls and painted at Cibolo Nature Center Herff Farms in honor of Geneva’s “Love Thy Neighbor Day.”