Student IUP
Student AUP

After School Program:
Pre-Participation Physical Eval

Student School Handbooks/Policy/Scholarship Forms


Fort Riley Websites:

    Child, Youth and School Services website
    School Support Services
    The Guide provides information about Fort Riley.
    (A new guide is published every three months)

USD 379- District
Lincoln Elementary School
Garfield Elementary School
Clay Center Community Middle School
Clay Center Community High School
Wakefield School

Wendi Fox Classroom
Paige Schmitz Classroom
Leah Thatcher Classroom
Jessica Young Classroom
Jennifer Swihart Classroom
Kellie Larson Classroom
Edith Sorensen Art
Project LEAD at Garfield and Lincoln
Lincoln P.E.P
Lincoln Physical Education

Tracy Lebo, CCCHS Art
Rhonda Gierhan, TNT
Lincoln Elementary School
Clay Center Community High School
Wakefield School
Wakefield School Library
CCCMS School Library
LES/GES Library

Lynn Auld Library 6-8 (Twitter)

Wakefield School Library- (Instagram)
Edith Sorensen Art (Blogspot)
Rhonda Gierhan, TNT (Youtube)


If you are a staff member and you have recently started a social media site, please let us know!


Clay County Unified School District No. 379 is a public school district serving the people of Clay County, Kansas, and surrounding area. It is the mission of the district to assure the opportunity for a student to develop to the highest possible level of success in enabling each person to become a coping, productive, and contributing member of our society. this mission is to be the focus of elected board members, the administration, the instructional staff, and the support staff of our district.

Highways and access to larger metropolitan areas and recreational areas play a key role in the economic vitality of a community. Clay County is blessed with many of these assets. Two major highways run through Clay County. These are key arteries that can serve to maintain and stimulate new business opportunities for travelers and transportation.

Clay County is close in proximity to several key attractions. The county is less than an hour drive from Kansas State University, which is a key asset. Not only does Manhattan provide employment opportunities for those who live in Clay County, but it also provides entertainment and educational opportunities. With the national rise in football and basketball programs, Clay County has the ability to offer a small town atmosphere close to a nationally known college sports town. Additionally, K-State offers important educational opportunities to the residents of Clay County through on-campus or outreach programs. Manhattan and the surrounding area is excited about future growth being introduced with hosting the National Biological Agra-Defense Security NBAF program currently being constructed. Clay County is also within driving distance to Junction City and Fort Riley, which has provided an economic boost to the area and has helped provide an increase in enrollment for the district. Both of these cities provide additional employment opportunities to Clay County residents. Milford Lake and Tuttle Creek Reservoir provide outstanding fishing and recreational opportunities for Clay County to go along with excellent hunting for many species of game.