Brooks Jenkins named Head Principal of Lansing Middle School
Congratulations to Mr. Brooks Jenkins for being named Head Principal of Lansing Middle School during the February 8, 2021 school board meeting. Mr. Jenkins served as Vice Principal under Mr. Kerry Brungardt since 2003 and has been serving as the Interim Principal since Mr. Brungardt retired earlier this school year. Mr. Jenkins holds a master's degree in building administration from Kansas University and has been an educator for twenty-five years.
Mr. Jenkins started as a substitute teacher right out of college and was hired as a 7th grade science, social studies, and literature teacher at Lansing Middle School in 1997. Since then, he has served on the Building Leadership Team; was integral in developing a Behavior Intervention Support Team (BIST) at Lansing Middle School; helped create and implement the Student-Led Conferences; developed the Grades, Behavior, and Attendance (GBA) program; and served as the middle school football head and assistant coach at different times.
Superintendent Dan Wessel is excited to see Mr. Jenkins take the leadership role at Lansing Middle School.
"Brooks has established himself as a steady hand over the last seventeen years. He has proven himself with his long-term dedication to our school district and will no-doubt provide strong leadership into the future."
Congratulations, Mr. Jenkins. Lansing Middle School is lucky to have you as their leader!