November 11, 1918 is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars”. Fighting ceased seven months earlier than the Treaty
Fort Riley Middle School 8th grade students had the opportunity to hear, Court of Appeals Judge Joseph Pierron present, “You be the Judge.” The
Fort Riley Middle School was invited, for the first time, two weeks ago to attend the ECO-Meet in Milford Kansas. As the only middle
Going into Ms. Miller’s classroom, everyone was scared of the cow eye dissection. We all thought we would get sick to our stomachs. Ms.
Board of Education members and district officials with members of the community gathered at the Devin Center on Monday, June 5, 2017, for the monthly Board of Education Meeting. The meeting highlighted several achievements throughout the district which included an Administrator of the Year Award, a Track and Field win at the State level, and a long list of academic achievements.
Summertime! It’s your vacation and party time. That’s right, say it loud! Summertime! School’s out so feel free to scream and shout. Finally summer’s
The bus ride to Kansas City was normal enough. I checked in once with mom, texting her to make sure she wouldn’t bother me the rest of the day. She worries. The class was excited and loud. We all were trying to talk over each other. Finally, we were pulling up to the gates!
Fort Riley Middle School’s track season ended May 9 at the North Central Kansas League meet. This was the first year for them to compete in this competition.
Fort Riley Middle School kick-started National Physical Education and Sport week by hosting their annual Wellness Fair on Friday, April 28. Bethany College’s Track and Field/Cross Country Coach Aaron Yoder welcomed the students and spoke to them about the importance of Positivity, Responsibility, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence (FRMS Trooper Traditions P.R.I.D.E.) He focused primarily on determination and how it helped him to become the World Record Holder in the Backwards Mile.
Unified School District 475, Geary County Schools, announced on April 24, 2017, the selection of a new Assistant Principal at Fort Riley Middle School, pending Board of Education approval. Shannon Molt, an Instructional Coach at Fort Riley Middle School since 2008, was selected for the position following an interview process. Molt will make her switch from Instruction Coach to Assistant Principal on July 1, 2017.