Every Hero Needs a Squad!

The USD #475 Early Childhood Program is participating in the Pennies for Patients fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Teachers have sent home information and collection is happening this week. We can’t wait to share with you how much Read more

Clothing Donations

Thank you to all who have donated clothing, jackets, hats and mittens!!! Our Little Jays appreciate it!!! We are happy to accept donations of gently used or new (last week someone found a great sale at Wal-Mart) clothes (pants, shirts, Read more

May 2019 Newsletter

Early Childhood News! May 2019 Keep Learning All Summer! The end of the school year has snuck up on us again. It seems like we were just getting our year of learning and growing together started! As we all pre-pare Read more

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SPLASH INTO SUMMER!!!

Mark your calendars!! Splash into Summer learning carnival at ECC May 9th from 5:00-7:00 Games, activities, silent auction, book fair, and family fun! We hope you will join us for a great evening of family fun!!!!!

April 2019 Newsletter

EARLY CHILDHOOD NEWS April 2019 Happy Spring! The Little Jay staff have been busy planning our end of the year field trips and we are excited to offer your child a memorable day of learning away from the classroom! Our Read more

March 2019 Newsletter

Early Childhood News! March 2019 Geary County USD #475, Early Childhood Program We’re Ready For Spring!!!Spring is many people’s favorite time of year. The days get a little longer, leaves and flowers bloom, the weather warms up, and the world Read more

Winter Fun Carnival Rescheduled!!!!

The Winter Fun Carnival previously postponed, has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 23, 2019. The Early Childhood Family Network of Junction City/Geary County will host its 8th Annual Winter Fun Carnival on Saturday, March 23rd.  This is a family event Read more

Kansas Day Fun!!!!

January 29th was Kansas Day and the Early Childhood program was celebrating all week! On the 29th students and staff dressed as cowboys and cowgirls.  There were even saddles to sit on to have your picture taken! All week students Read more