To thrive requires action. It demands that we grow and excel in every aspect within Geary County Schools. Our focus as we launch into a new school year is to #ThriveIn475.

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USD 475 students & staff helped bring in the spirit of the holidays last Friday during the Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce’s 27th Annual Christmas Parade. Featured, among others, were our champion Junior Jays football team and the JCHS Marching Band & JROTC. The much-loved parade is always held the day after Thanksgiving. #ThriveIn475 See MoreSee Less
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Happy Thanksgiving! May your day be blessed with gratitude and joy. See MoreSee Less
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There’s so much to be thankful for! What are you thankful for? #ThriveIn475 See MoreSee Less
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We are pleased to nominate Melissa Hall for the Kansas Master Teacher Award. Ms. Hall is the STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) electives teacher at Fort Riley Middle School USD 475, where she intentionally structures her classes so all kids can try different STEM fields. She also sponsors 5 clubs, coordinates Food4Kids, and is a leader among her coworkers. She is committed to connecting with and supporting students & colleagues. #ThriveIn475 See MoreSee Less
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The USD 475 Board of Education spent the day visiting schools on Fort Riley and checking on the construction of the new elementary school. The 65,000 sq. ft. building is 50% done and on target to open in Fall 2023. #ThriveIn475 See MoreSee Less
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