The team met this evening and discussed a number of different topics. We began with additional work within the duty day in the form of substituting. We then discussed language in the contract for short notice change of assignment for teachers. We then moved on to discuss meetings outside of the duty day. The Pandemic clause was the next item discussed by the team. We finished the evening discussing the supplemental salary changes.
For the third year in a row, Geary County Schools USD 475 Special Education Department (SPED) has received the highest status level for the Kansas State Department of Education’s IDEA State Performance Plan Report for 2021.
Geary County Schools USD 475 Board of Education held a meeting on Tuesday at the Mary E. Devin Center for Educational Support.
The team discussed the high school teaching load for next year. Then, the group went on to discuss the importance of parent-teacher conferences. The group then went into a discussion on the short-change of assignment language in the contract. The group then spent time discussing the current funding issues and how they affect the compensation piece of our negotiation. The team ended the night by discussing additional work within the duty day.
Lifelong Junction City resident Kaelyn Burch has been heavily involved in her past four years at Junction City High School, from dancing to working as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) to keeping good grades to volunteering within her community.
In June, Junction City High School senior Anna Torres will have the opportunity to fulfill one of her longest dreams.
The Master Schedule for the high school was introduced and presented to the team. The team met to go over Parent Teacher Conference schedules for the district and pilot calendar. The team then moved on to speak about the Inclement Weather Procedures for the district. The alternate days for the pilot and district calendars was discussed. Finally, the team went over the times for the incentive for early resignations.
Geary County Schools USD 475 on Wednesday held their second day of contract negotiations between the district and the Junction City Education Association (JCEA) for the 2021-2022 school year.
As construction continues to flourish on the new Junction City High School, eight sophomores had the opportunity to tour the new, 437,000-square-foot facility.
The Geary County Schools USD 475 Board of Education held a meeting on April 20 at the Mary E. Devin Center for Educational Support.
Geary County Schools USD 475 on Tuesday began contract negotiations between the district and the Junction City Educator’s Association (JCEA) for the 2021-2022 school year.
Geary County Schools USD 475 will offer educational opportunities for their students this summer. The Early Childhood Center, Eisenhower Elementary School, Washington Elementary School, Seitz Elementary School, Grandview Elementary School, Westwood Elementary School, Junction City Middle School, H.D. Karns Innovations Academy, Fort Riley Middle School, and Junction City High School will all offer these opportunities.
During U.S. Army’s Installation Management Command-Readiness Director Brenda Lee McCullough’s recent visit to Fort Riley, she declared Geary County Schools USD 475’s schools on post to be the only Army installation within the Continental U.S. to hold in-person classes for their students throughout the entire school year.
Geary County Schools USD 475 Early Childhood Center will participate on Saturday, May 1, as one of the stops during the Early Childhood Family Network’s Spring Carnival.
The calendar for the 2021-2022 school year was approved by Geary County Schools USD 475 Board of Education at the March 25 board meeting. It is below. The first day for all schools, except Sheridan Elementary is August 11. A Read more
With April being the Month of the Military Child, Geary County Schools USD 475 wanted to truly show support and thank their military-affiliated students for the strength and sacrifices they make enduring the lifestyle in which they do.
Geary County Schools USD 475 Board of Education on Tuesday named Merrier Jackson as the principal of Junction City High School during their meeting.
Junction City High School will hold an in-person graduation ceremony for the 146th Graduating Class of Junction City High School on Sunday, May 30 at 7:00 p.m. at Al Simpler Stadium for all 320 graduating students.
The custodians at Spring Valley Elementary received the School of the Month award from ABM Industries, the contractor that provides the district’s custodial and maintenance service.
Geary County Schools USD 475 will hold their 2021 Elementary Summer School Camp from June 7 to June 25 at Eisenhower Elementary, Seitz Elementary, Washington Elementary, and Grandview Elementary between the hours of 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.