Shall the following be adopted? Shall Unified School District No. 475, Geary County, Kansas (Geary County Schools) issue general obligation bonds in an amount
Today, Tuesday, November 7, 2017, is election day in Geary County and the community has many very important decisions to make. Voters will cast
Last Friday, Dr. Corbin Witt along with JCHS Principal Melissa Sharp, and Chief Operations Officer David Wild were on the radio taking part in the
Following the resolution from the Board of Education earlier this year, an application for a bond election was approved by the State of Kansas.
The following was supplied by the Geary County Clerk through a press release: Rebecca Bossemeyer, Geary County Clerk, announces that in-person advance voting has begun
Throughout the JCHS Way Forward process, USD 475 has laid out three measures that must be passed in order to continue moving forward as
Geary County Schools USD 475 held a press conference on October 23, 2017, at the Devin Center for Educational Support and made two large announcements related to the proposed new high school bond. The Geary County community will have the opportunity to pass this bond on November 7, 2017. If passed, USD 475 will receive 47% of the total $105 million project cost from the State of Kansas.
JUNCTION CITY, KAN. – Geary County Schools USD 475, currently in the midst of an informational campaign regarding the highly talked about proposed new
The Junction City High School Way Forward project, which gained attention in late 2016 when a steering committee made up of community members was
During its Town Hall discussions held on October 7th, Geary County Schools USD 475 was asked to consider providing comparative operational cost information between the current and possible future high school. The District consideration and technical review of this request finds it impractical to make a comparison between the current facility and a notional future facility yet to be designed. Such comparison requires too many operational and structural assumptions pertaining to the proposed new school. Consequently, any such cost comparison would be highly unreliable.