Morris Hill Elementary has been the home of the Panthers since 1957. We are one of four elementary schools on the army military installation of Fort Riley, Kansas. We recently earned the National Blue-Ribbon Award for Academic Excellence. What makes Morris Hill unique is the supportive relationships we build among ourselves, our students, and their families. When families call or visit our school they are welcomed with open arms. The trusting relationship established from the beginning helps create a path for success. Morris Hill has received several accolades over the years and when asked what makes us so successful it comes down to the relationships we build with our students and their families.
Mrs. Melisa Burgess, Principal
Geary County Schools USD 475 is proud to announce that it had 101 fourth and fifth grade students inducted into its National Elementary Honor Society chapter this school year.
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Washington Elementary instructional coach Jennifer Fallin was named one of seven state-wide 2024 Kansas Master Teachers on Thursday morning by Emporia State University.
Cole Carmody in his first year of teaching at Junction City High School USD 475 and is truly making a difference in our students lives every single day by his infectious personality and exceptional ability to relate to students, positively.
Spring Valley Elementary first grade teacher Denise Acosta is currently in her first-year teaching in USD 475 after being raised in a southern village called Umatac in Guam.
Geary County Schools USD 475 is proud to announce that it had 2,736 students from throughout the district earn the 95-0-3.0 Thrive Award for the first semester.