Preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s world.
The Geary County Schools USD 475 District Administration is made up of a team of professionals with a vast amount of experience in technology, innovation, and relationships. The Superintendent of Schools provides leadership for the district and works with the Devin Center Team (DC Team) to provide first class programs, education, and processes to Geary County Schools students and staff.
This DC Team is made up of Executive Directors for Student Support Services, Communications, Innovation and Technology, Special Education, Human Resources, and Teaching and Learning. The team also includes the Chief Operations Officer, Chief Information Officer, and Chief Financial Officer. It is overseen by the Superintendent and the Associate Superintendent. Members of the DC Team lead departments in their field and provide support and assistance to both students and staff within the Geary County Schools community.
Dr. Beth HudsonInterim Superintendent
The Interim Superintendent of Schools oversees the operation of the district. Her role also allows her to visit schools in order to monitor operations and interact with students and staff. The Interim Superintendent provides guidance and direction to the district during her assignment.
Marilee FredricksChief Financial Officer
Mat DrogeExecutive Director of Marketing and Media Relations
Greg LumbExecutive Director of Innovation and Technology
The Executive Director of Innovative Instruction & Technology is a director on the Teaching and Learning team and oversees Math, Science and Technology Integration for USD 475 K-12 classrooms. Additionally, he has oversight of several of the district’s grant programs.
Nathan DownsExecutive Director of Special Education
The Executive Director of Special Education is responsible for implementing and maintaining birth to age 21 Special Education programs and services in conformance to District, State and Federal objectives; providing written support and/or conveying information; serving as a resource to patrons, school personnel and the Board of Education; and maintaining adequate staffing to ensure objectives of programs and services are achieved within budget.