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Get Ready For an AMAZING Year!

It’s almost time for another amazing school year at USD 475! We are so excited for all of our new and returning staff and students. Below is information regarding the first-day schedule, school supplies, and Open House events! First Day Read more

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Immunizations

View the chart below to see what immunizations are recommended for your child. This information is provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, AAFP, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. For Read more

Summer Reading

Summer Reading Tips and Lists

The new school year is almost here! Has your child been keeping up with their reading? Research shows that children who don’t read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress, leading to a cumulative, long-term Read more

Summer Library Events

June Library Events

Join the Dorothy Bramlage Public Library this summer for a full schedule of events! Visit jclib.org for more information on these events and others! Read and LearnJune 4th – July 23rd (no classes July 2nd and 4th)Morning Class: Tuesdays at 10:00 AMEvening Read more

Summer Lunch Program

Summer Lunch Program

The Child Nutrition Department strives to maintain healthy food choices within Geary County Schools and oversees the annual Summer Lunch Program. Working toward a common goal for wellness in the district this department provides healthy options for students, some of Read more

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Kindergarten Roundup!

The Spring 2019 Kindergarten Roundup is quickly approaching! These Roundup events offer parents and students a night to talk with teachers and staff to find out about what to expect during your child’s Kindergarten year with USD 475. Building Date Read more

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USD 475 Update – Secure In Place

Out of an abundance of caution, all schools went into secure in place moments ago. There were no threats inside school buildings, no threats made to the schools and there is no evidence to suggest that students or staff were Read more