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Lansing USD #469 Natatorium Information


Open Lap Swim Hours

The pool will be open during normal times during break with the exception of the following closures.


*Please note the pool will be closed on all Federal Holidays and will follow district winter weather policy for building closure. The pool may also be closed on short notice in the event of imminent winter weather concerns for patron, student and staff safety. 

AM Times: Lap swim times Monday - Friday 5:30-7:00am
PM Times: Lap swim times Monday - Friday 6:30-8:00pm
Adult Masters (USMS) Training Group starting in September
Monday and Wednesday Mornings 5:30-6:30 am
Contact Coach David Bresser for details, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
SUMMER HOURS Memorial Day-Labor Day
AM Times: Lap swim times Monday - Friday 6:00-7:30am
PM Times: Lap swim times Monday - Friday 5:30-7:00pm
The cost is $3 per visit or you may purchase a punch card for $25 which is valid for 10 individual visits.
Lap swimmers should enter the LHS Natatorium through Door #6.  This is near the Activities Entrance but allows direct access to the pool viewing area.


Thank you!

For more information regarding the Lansing Pool please contact David Bresser at 910-578-8542 or please email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..











Lansing District Newsletters


Lansing School District News Spring 2018

For the PDF Version of the 2018 Spring Newsletter Please Click Here. (4-11-2018)


Lansing School District 2017-2018 Welcome Back Newsletter 

For the PDF version please click here.  (7-14-2017)


Lansing School District News Spring 2017

For the PDF Version of the 2017 Spring Newsletter Please Click Here.



Learn More About Lansing USD #469- District Informational Brochure


Lansing School District News Spring 2016




Lansing School District 2015-2016 Historical Review



 Lansing School District News Spring 2015



November 21, 2017

Parents, Guardians, and Colleagues:

Winter is approaching so I wanted to share information about the process for closing schools.  Here are some general philosophies regarding school closure decisions:

  • I will use weather forecasts, radar, personal reconnaissance, and the opinions of colleagues in the decision-making process
  • Safety is our top priority so, when in doubt, I will err on the side of caution
  • I will make the decision as soon as possible to give families a better chance to plan.  I will not comment about the likelihood of cancelling school in advance of the decision.
  • After the decision to cancel school is made, I will sometimes send a follow-up email explaining the factors involved.  I will not typically send notices that school will be open as scheduled.
  • Whenever a weather decision is made, I typically receive at least 20 emails, which, regardless of the decision, are mostly critical.  In fact, parents occasionally say terribly hurtful things to me.  Therefore, after the decision is made, I will not read or reply to weather-related emails.

Methods of Notification

  1. Lion Alerts Texts:  I will text the announcement.  You can sign up to receive texts via Lion Alerts here:  http://my.textcaster.com/asa/Default.aspx?ID=fce7ff69-34a4-4e72-a4c4-8e75ca6bd3fe
  2. Email:  I will also send an email to all parents and employees
  3. Twitter:  I will also make the announcement via Twitter @dstufflebeam
  4. Media:  We are part of a media notification cooperative, which will air our closing announcements on KMBC TV 9, KCTV 5, WDAF TV 4, KSHB TV 41, KMBZ AM 980, KFKF FM 94.1, KCUR FM 89.3

Cold Weather Cancellations

  1. Extreme cold weather can prevent our diesel buses from operating properly and/or endanger students.
  1. In preparation for cold weather cancellations, the National Weather Service (NWS) has a very helpful wind chill and frostbite graph, which you can see here:  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/cold/wind_chill.shtml
  2. In order to err on the side of caution as promised, I will use a wind chill temperature of negative 15 degrees Fahrenheit as the cut-off point for cancelling school.  For your convenience, the decision will be made the night before using the 7:00 a.m. NWS forecast located at this site:  http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=39.2482&lon=-94.8875&unit=0&lg=english&FcstType=graphical

Contingency Plans

  1. For your convenience, I will not delay the start of school.  I will avoid dismissing school early whenever possible but circumstances may require it so please plan for that contingency.
  2. The decision to cancel school must be made by 6:00 a.m.  It is possible that conditions will worsen between then and the start of school.  If so, I cannot reverse the decision without endangering students because buses and many parents will have already departed.  Therefore, if conditions worsen after 6:00 a.m., you will need to use your best judgement as to whether or not to send students to school.
  3. Parents always have the option to excuse an absence due to inclement weather or local road conditions.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding school closures or if I can be any other service.  Thank you.

Darrel Stufflebeam, Superintendent of Schools
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2018-2019 School Year


Welcome to the PRIDE!

Thursday, April 19, 2018 Session 1- 5:30PM / Session 2- 6:30PM

Monday, April 23, 2018 Session 3- 8:45AM / Session 4- 9:45AM

*Students must be 5 by August 31, 2018.

**There will be a parent meeting during these sessions.

Please bring the following items:

Updated immunization records,

Student health assessment (physical must be within the last year),

Certificate of live birth,

Proof of residency in Lansing USD #469 District Borders (example: Utility Bill)



A booklet for families of young children ages 4 to 6 years old: Kindergarten in Kansas PDF


At Lansing Elementary School, we see kindergarten as the beginning of a child's lifelong, educational journey.

This journey should be filled with wonder, creativity, and fun.  It should also be a joy for learning, setting the stage to create lifelong learners.

Hopefully this information will answer some of your questions and will positively begin your child's education at Lansing Elementary School. 

Tim Newton, K-3 Principal

Questions? Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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All students participating in Lansing Athletics are required to submit a Physical, Concussion & Head Injury Release Form, and a Medical Consent Form. These forms need to be updated every year the student plans to participate in any sport.  Please contact Gary Mattingly, Activities Director, at Lansing High School by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 913-727-3357 extension 2542 if you have any questions regarding these forms.



For ALL required forms for the 2018-2019 school year please click here for PDF. 




Our internationally recognized network uses an evidence-based model to deliver parent education primarily through personal visits and group meetings. We equip parents with knowledge and resources to prepare their children, from prenatal through kindergarten, for a stronger start in life and greater success in school.

We offer monthly home visits, developmental screens, and playgroups serving birth to 5 years. 

For enrollment or program information, please call 913-297-0880 and leave a message. Someone will return your call within 24 hours. 


  • Must be enrolled in Parents as Teachers to attend
  • Thursday 9:30-11 for birth to 3 years when school is in session.
  • 1st and third Monday of the month for 3 to 5 years when school is in session. 
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Free and reduced meal applications are available confidentially for families who qualify based on income and household size. An application can be obtained here or at the district office or at any of the schools in a few days.  The only pages required to be turned in are pages 1 and 2, the application and the waiver of confidentiality.  


2018-2019 Free and Reduced Meal Application PDF


A student qualifying for free or reduced breakfast or lunch will receive a meal that is consists of:

  • one entrée choice
  • fruit and/or vegetable selections
  • milk

Students may choose which items they would like to select or decline each day. However, if a student does not make the required selections that constitute a “student breakfast or lunch”, the total meal cost may be more than the student meal price, as each item will be charged at the a la carte prices.

** Please note that the free & reduced meal program includes one student breakfast and/or lunch only. Purchase of a second meal, extra milk, a milk to drink with a home lunch, bottled water or any a la carte items are an additional cost to you.


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