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USD 365
A small community with a big passion for your child’s education. Unified School District 365 is located in Anderson County, Kansas, just 45 minutes from Kansas City, Lawrence, Emporia and Topeka.




Our Mission

To promote academic success in an environment which is friendly to students and encourages positive self esteem through appropriate social skills.




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Greeley Gym Floor
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Team Greeley!
Team Greeley!


Our Mission Statement:

"To promote academic success in an environment which is friendly to students and encourages positive self esteem through appropriate social skills."



2023-2024 School Year:

Monday, October 9    Fall Picture Day for Morning Preschool & K-6th grades.  Afternoon Preschool pictures will be in November.  


Building doors open at 7:30 a.m. this year.  Breakfast is served from 7:30-8:00 a.m.  


Textbook Fees & Meal Accounts:   Please remember that all fees are due by the first day of school and deposits should be made to student meal accounts by then too.  Applications for free/reduced meals are always available in the school office and will be available at the open house.  

We still have a few copies of last year’s yearbook if you forgot to purchase one.  $17 ea.


School Supply List 2023-24  click the link below:





 baseball              Spring 2023  Quarter 4

The fourth quarter of the school year is here already!  April and May are busy months.  Our spring program was wonderful.  Mrs. Powls’ K-6 music and band students did a great job.  Some important dates for upcoming events will be listed below:

Monday, April 24    Family Fun Night!  Our Greeley students and their families can enjoy fun together playing selected games in the gym.  This is meant for parent/grandparent interaction with the children!  We will also have a bake sale.  Families are asked to donate a homemade baked good. It can be brought Monday morning, or upon arrival at Family Fun Night, which goes from 6:30-8:00 p.m.  Popcorn and bottled water will be available for purchase.  (See the poster above).  

Wednesday, 4/26  K-6 Fieldtrip to National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame in Bonner Springs.  Your child needs to bring a sack lunch and drink!  Parents may attend but must drive separately and pay admittance at the door.  Student admittance is paid by the Greeley PTO.   Leave the school by 8:20 a.m. and return by 2:45 p.m.  

Thurs. 4/27  3rd and 4th grades go to Day on the Farm in Garnett.  Sponsored by Farm Bureau.  Lunch is provided.  

Thurs. 5/11  Ms. Wiesner’s class will visit the Gerth Cabin in Greeley.  1:00 p.m.

Mon. 5/15   6th grade trip to Rush Fun Plex  Leave the school by 8:00 a.m

Tues. 5/16   K-6  Afternoon in the Park.  11:00 a.m

Wed. 5/17    Last Day of Preschool for the A.M. and P.M. Sessions! A.M. Graduation begins at 9:30 a.m.   P.M. Graduation begins at 12:30 p.m. 

Thurs. 5/18  USD 365 Play Day at the old football stadium by the Garnett City Pool.  Your child will be scheduled for 3 events and should wear t-shirt and shorts and tennis shoes and have sunscreen applied.  No sandals, boots or cleats.  Watch the forecast in case a jacket might be needed.  Events begin at 9:00 and end by 2:00 p.m.  All children must ride to Play Day on the bus, however parents may take their children with them after their final event but MUST CHECK-OUT WITH THE TEACHER FIRST.    Everyone must bring a sack lunch and drink.  

Friday, 5/19   Last day of school and end of Semester 2.  Students will have a school sack lunch at 11:00.  Our final Pride Assembly, recognition of 6th graders and special awards will begin at 11:30.  Dismissal at 1:00 p.m.  

Details for summer school will be coming.  

                                                 It’s been a busy year of learning!  Have a Super Summer!  :)

Details of upcoming events will be added as its available.  You may also check out our facebook page at



kc chiefs logoWe will be cheering on the KC Chiefs football team in their journey to the Super Bowl!  You can view our videos from previous seasons by scrolling down from here.  You’ll also see current photos of school activities at the very bottom of this page!  

The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl LVII Champions!  Click on our school video below:











  Greeley Pre-K  Early Childhood Screenings for 2022-23:   Click on the link below for information:                    





Greeley Winter Program 2021    Click on the link:




Monthly Newsletters can now be found under the “Newsletters” tab at the top of the page!

 Scroll to the bottom of this page for our slideshow!            

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                                                   Greeley Cheers on the Chiefs vs The Bengals!









Cheering on the KC Chiefs vs the Bills!




Greeley Cheers the Chiefs:  Win Super Bowl LV !




Greeley Cheers for the KC Chiefs!



Links!   Watch videos of school activities:

Final Pride Assembly for 2020-21 

Greeley Spring Program:

AN. Co. Spelling Bee 1/29/21 1:15 p.m live-streaming link:

Greeley Spelling Bee:         

2nd Quarter/1st semester Pride Assembly:   

Pride Assembly:

Halloween Parade Link:

Veterans Day Assembly:






Reminders for preschool parents/guardians:

Please send an appropriate and complete change of clothing in case there is a bathroom accident, illness or big spill.  

You must call the school (785-867-3460) and the bus barn (785-448-5778) if your child will not be attending that day.  

Please keep your child home if they have a fever of 99 degrees or higher, diarrhea, vomiting or unusual rash/infection.  


Inclement Weather:  In the event of bad weather, school cancellations and late starts will be announced on major t.v. and radio stations in Kansas City, Topeka and Ottawa.  USD #365 School Reach also sends out automatic phone calls to families who have provided a working phone number.  See USD #365 Inclement Weather (late start policy) under the Newsletters link at the top.  Click on January 2020


Parent Portals:   On-line enrollment this year required parents to set up their parent portal, however, the parent portal has actually been available for several years.  It allows you, the Parent/Guardian to see your child’s grades, attendance, and meal account balance whenever it’s convenient for you!  All families will need to have their portal set up because it will be the gateway to enrollment from now on for preschool through grade 12.  Those who haven’t set it up will have opportunity later this year.  It’s easy and it’s convenient; the key is remembering your password.     Use the following link to get started:

Student Meal Accounts:   Each student has a meal account for tracking breakfast and lunch activity.  It’s very important that your child’s meal account balance does not fall into the negative.  You can track the balance by logging into your parent portal and clicking on meal accounts.  You can pay on-line using e-funds or by sending a check or cash to the school office.  Automated phone calls begin once a negative balance is reached.  It will notify you of the low balance.   We cannot carry negative balances so it is important to keep your child’s account current.  Please call the office if you have special circumstances.

Bus Students:   (Preschool through 6th)  If your child will be absent from school, please call the school office and then YOU MUST CONTACT THE BUS BARN SO THEY DO NOT COME TO YOUR HOUSE UNNECCESSARILY.  The same applies at dismissal time.  If your child will not be riding the bus home please call the SCHOOL and THE BUS BARN  (785-448-5778).

Illness:  If your child has a fever, has vomited, or has had diarrhea, he/she needs to stay home until they have been SYMPTOM FREE for 24 hours.  This insures that the illness has actually cleared. 


PTO/Site Council:   Our PTO (Parent-Teacher-Organization) is an important part of Greeley Elementary and is made up of parents who help us bring extra activities to our school that we wouldn’t otherwise have funding for.   Volunteers are always needed and you can do as much or as little as fits your schedule.  We are very lucky to have the extra funding available for field trips, celebrations, Pumpkin Day, Christmas Store and LOTS more, but it takes volunteers to make it happen.   Consider attending the next meeting and see what a difference our PTO makes.    Covid-19 policies are in effect and may change plans regarding the PTO.  

Need to Speak With Your Child’s Teacher?   Preschool-6th grade:  Our teachers are always willing to meet with you when you have concerns or questions.  To speak with a teacher, please call the school office and leave a message.  Teachers will return phone calls after school or before school starts the following day.   If it is urgent, please let our office staff know. 



If you would like to enroll your child in the Greeley Preschool, please see Preschool News:



The USD 365 Preschool at Greeley enrolls children ages 3-5 yrs who qualify as either a peer model or special needs student.   A screening process is required for every child.  Parents interested in beginning the screening process for their child should contact Sandy Rugg in the Psychologist’s office at 785-448-3073     

Our preschool has a morning session that runs from 8:00am-11:00 M-F and an afternoon session that runs from 12:00-3:00 pm M-TH.  Transportation is provided on a bus designated for preschool students only.   Morning students are offered school breakfast; all students will get a snack.   Immunization records, a current physical and a copy of a state certified birth certificate are required by the first day of classes.  Your child will need two Hepatitis A vaccines (6 months apart).    



SCHOOL POLICIES:   Additional school policies can now be located under the CAMPUS INFO tab at the top of our webpage.