Kansas: Geary County Unified School District 475

The information presented below was developed through a survey of school districts conducted in the winter and spring of 2013. Although accuracy was a priority, the most current information will come from contacting the new school district directly. The Tools for Making a Smooth Transition section includes suggestions for contacting school districts and sample questions to ask.

District Contact Information

  • Address: 123 North Eisenhower, Junctino City, KS 66441
  • Phone: 785-717-4091

District Enrollment

  • Total Students: 7732
  • Total Students with Disabilities ages 3-5: 254
  • Total Students with Disabilities 6-21: 1066
  • Number of Students with ASD: 154
  • Number of Students with ID: 50
  • Number of Students with E/BD: 224

Types of Educational Services Provided:

  • ASD: Services provided in regular education classroom to maximum extent possible, but students that need resource services or the Autism Resource Classroom receive those services.
  • ID: Services provided in regular education classroom to maximum extent possible, but students that need resource services or the Functional Life Skills classroom receive those services.
  • EBD: Services provided in regular education classroom to maximum extent possible, but students that need resource services or the Behavior Support classroom receive those services.

Types of Post-Secondary Transition Services Provided:

  • Vocational training, On job-site training, Big Lakes training

Family Resources:

  • Exceptional Family Members Program for military families, Autism Parent Support Group

District Access to Board Certified Behavior Analyst:

  • Board-certified Behavior Analysts in private practice who are allowed access to students during the school day. There is also a district autism support specialist.

Military Installations & School Districts

Below are links to military installations and the districts that serve them. Clicking on the installation link will take you to its Fast Facts page at Military Installations while clicking on the district link will take you to the district’s webpage.

Fort Riley

Child drawing with markers