Lansing USD469 Partners with Lansing Police Department and Kansas Highway Patrol To Bring Narcotics K-9s to LMS
On Wednesday, May 4th, a Kansas Highway Patrol Narcotics K-9 unit visited Lansing Middle School as a preventative strategy to help keep drugs out of the school. The Narcotics K-9 visited the school at the request of the LMS administration and randomly swept all eighth-grade classrooms.
Below is the message sent via Skyward from Principal Brooks Jenkins Wednesday afternoon:
This morning, Lansing Middle School partnered with the Lansing Police Department and Kansas Highway Patrol to bring a Narcotics K-9 dog to the middle school. All 8th-grade classrooms were searched. Students were asked to leave their belongings in the classroom and then were moved to the team area/hallway before the dog was taken into the room to work. This was the reason for the classroom lockout this morning.
We appreciate your support as we continually work to provide a safe, drug-free, educational environment for all students.
If you have any questions, please call me at 913-727-1197.