Each year, USD 475 schools participate in Freedom Walks and encourage students, staff, and families to wear Red, White, and Blue to show their patriotism
Incoming parents of kindergarten students will be asked to take two surveys this August as part of their child’s enrollment process. The surveys, ASQ:3 and
Coach Bill Snyder from Kansas State University visited Lincoln Elementary today. He spoke about how the students can approach life with a growth mindset.
If you have a child that will be five years old on or before August 31, 2018, you will want to attend one of Geary County Schools USD 475 Kindergarten Round Ups.
Lincoln Elementary STUCO group consisting of co-leaders Freedom Brass and Resia Muto and eleven students, third through fifth grade, visited the Senior Citizen Center on Spring Valley Road on March 8, 2018.
#STEM Week of the Engineer was this week! Read this article to see how USD 475 participated! @USD475_STEM
Lincoln Elementary 5th grade girls are doing a book study on “Strong is the New Pretty” by Kate Parker. Each Friday we have invited
Good things are happening in the USD 475 Vocational Training Program! Senior Nicole Burke read to a classroom at Lincoln Elementary. She is the
Lincoln Elementary PTA hosted a breakfast with cinnamon rolls and coffee for parents, staff, and students on December 18, 2017. Last year, the event was
In September 1620, a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 passengers seeking a new home in the New World. After