Fort Riley Middle School has towering gardens taking over the sixth-grade science classroom… and it’s fantastic! It all started with a proposed mini-grant by
The Geary County Schools Board of Education met for the regular November meeting on November 6, 2017, at 5:00 PM at the Devin Center
October brings football, pumpkin lattes, Halloween costumes and many other fun seasonal changes. October can also be celebrated for a much different reason. In
The Planet Protector Club is a group of 3rd through 5th-grade students within the school that meet on a monthly basis with 3 staff sponsors. The club collects recycling material from around the school and the students involved work to educate their classmates on the importance of keeping the planet in good shape. This partially grant funded program is supported by the building and the PTO which allowed them to deploy several receptacles for recycling around the building.
This month USD 475 would like to recognize the schools in our district who have been responsible for the most paper conservations through the use of eFlyers with the district adopted Peachjar Service. This service reduces the amount of paper consumption and printing costs in the district as well as helps to reduce resources in an attempt to become even better stewards of our planet.