We strive to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s world. We seek to accomplish this through the belief that education goes beyond textbooks and classrooms. It is about fostering creativity, critical thinking, and personal growth.
JCMS has a dedicated team of educators committed to providing a supportive and inclusive environment where every student can thrive. We recognize and celebrate the unique talents and abilities of each student, seeking to nurture their passions and interests throughout their time with us.
At JCMS, you will find a wide range of academic programs designed to challenge and inspire your student. From STEM to the Arts, we offer a diverse range of opportunities for exploration and self-discovery. Beyond academics, we believe in the holistic development of our students. JCMS students following the guidelines for success of PRIDE- Purposeful, Respectful, Inclusive, Dynamic and Engaged. Following these guidelines in their day to day actions helps to develop students who are active in our community, serve in leadership roles, work collaboratively with their peers, and show empathy to one another. In addition, our comprehensive extracurricular activities provide avenues for students to pursue their passions, discover new interests and develop lifelong friendships.
Communication and collaboration are a priority at Junction City Middle School. We value the partnership between our school, parents, and the community. Together, we create a strong support system that empowers students to achieve their goals and dreams.
Mrs. Heather N. Oentrich, Principal
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Geary County Schools USD 475 and the Junction City Education Association are proud to announce that Washington Elementary instructional coach Jennifer Fallin and Fort Riley Middle School sixth grade math teacher Samantha Garner have been named the district’s nominees for the Kansas Master Teacher Award.
Geary County Schools USD 475 will begin recognizing students who achieve 95% attendance, 0 discipline referrals and a 3.0 GPA during the 2023-24 school year.
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Geary County Schools USD 475 is proud to announce that Spring Valley Elementary early childhood teacher Kelsey Mann and Fort Riley Middle School math teacher Sara Elliott have been named the district’s nominees for the Kansas Teacher of the Year Award Program.
The Geary County Schools USD 475 Board of Education recently approved that the district could start construction on a new Early Childhood Center during the 2023-24 school year.