Geary County Schools USD 475 will host two career fairs to quickly fill open positions before the school year begins. The first fair will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, at the H.D. Karns Building, 300 W. Read more
Geary County Schools knows that providing families with a calendar is essential to the planning of the upcoming school year. The 2022-2023 school calendar is completed and available for download. Download the calendar here.
GEARY COUNTY SCHOOLS—Dr. Reginald Eggleston, Superintendent of USD 475 Geary County Schools, announces a new Chief of District Operations. Mr. Karl DeArmond, Chief Information Officer, will transition into his new role effective July 1st. DeArmond has been with the district Read more
GEARY COUNTY SCHOOLS—Representative from USD 475 and Fort Riley were invited to Arlington, Virginia to brief a federal review panel from the office of Local Defense Community Cooperation (OLDCC) regarding the status of Morris Hill Elementary on Fort Riley. Morris Read more
Geary County Schools USD 475 will offer numerous free educational opportunities for its students this summer for early childhood to high school students. Details for each program are listed below. Any parents, guardians, or students interested in the summer educational Read more
On March 30th, 2022, Scott Clark, Director of Emergency Management for USD 475 spoke at the JC Breakfast Optimist Club’s Celebration of Optimism. Mr. Clark explained that his “focus early on in his position was about responding to an active Read more
For the first time in the 20-year history of Junction City High School’s (JCHS) internship program, students are receiving the opportunity to intern on United States Army Installation Fort Riley.
In this week’s Talks with Doc, Marketing and Media Specialist Lindley Lund sits down with Junction City High School Senior Army Instructor Retired Lt. Col. Richard Hodgson!
After much consideration, Geary County Schools USD 475’s Board of Education on Monday voted to make the wearing of masks optional for students, staff, and visitors of schools not on Fort Riley, effective Tuesday, March 8
Geary County Schools USD 475 on Friday held the groundbreaking for the new, award-winning elementary school on Fort Riley.
ols USD 475’s weekly newsletter, Keeping Up with 475. We have so many amazing stories happening every day within our district, and this is where we will share and celebrate the accomplishments of our students and staff.
Geary County Schools USD 475 is taking its Safety and Security Program to a new level with a centralized security center located in Junction City High School.
Welcome to Geary County Schools USD 475’s weekly newsletter, Keeping Up with 475. We have so many amazing stories happening every day within our district, and this is where we will share and celebrate the accomplishments of our students and staff.
In this week’s Talks with Doc, Superintendent Dr. Reginald Eggleston sits down with COVID-19 Response Coordinator Rick Rook!
The Geary County Schools USD 475 Board of Education held a special Board meeting on Thursday at the Mary E. Devin Center for Education Support.
Geary County Schools and Emporia State University Teacher College on Tuesday announced Bryan Scruggs, Seitz Elementary School academic specialist, as a recipient of the 2022 Kansas Master Teacher Award.
ounty Schools USD 475’s weekly newsletter, Keeping Up with 475. We have so many amazing stories happening every day within our district, and this is where we will share and celebrate the accomplishments of our students and staff.
Junction City High School (JCHS) is celebrating 20 years of providing students a head start in their future endeavors through its Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathways.
n this week’s Talks with Doc, Marketing and Media Specialist Lindley Lund fills in for Dr. Reginald Eggleston to sit down with Junction City High School student Avery Jacobsen!
LTC (retired) Richard Hodgson, SFC (retired) Ted Ehlers, Cadet Mahkayla Cole, Blue Jay Battalion Commander Cadet LTC Grant Shrader, and SSG Jack Kalen from the Junction City High School JROTC program shared about the high school’s Raider Team, which recently won first place in the Raiders National Competition in Medina, Georgia, with the JC Breakfast Optimist Club.