Lansing Unified School District is a public school district located in Lansing, KS. It has 2,604 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.
200 E Mary St
Lansing, KS 66043
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Lansing Unified School District Reviews
I have thus far been a student in the Lansing district for 11 years. In these years I have been exposed to many opportunities and have had my horizons broadened by teachers who are very involved in making a connection with their students. Lansing USD 469 has listened to requests made by students and parents over the years I have attended, and has always made very serious attempted to cater to individual students needs and to accommodate their families.
I am currently a senior at Lansing High School. Personally, I have had a very good experience with Lansing. The new high school building is amazing and really rewarding to be in everyday. I'm really grateful that every student has an iPad. Although sometimes I prefer pen and paper to take notes, the iPads come in really handy in doing homework at home, when I'm busy, I can turn assignments in anytime, and they are a lot lighter than textbooks. There's an amazing fine arts program that grows every year and lots of other sports for both boys and girls to join. I feel that a majority of the teachers are genuine and care about my success. It's nice because I feel like I have personal connections with all of them. Sometimes our rules are more strict and there can be conflict between administration and students but it doesn't interfere with our everyday learning.
I like the gifted program at Lansing. In addition I find that the debate and forencis classes are amazing and helps with communication skills. I feel that the district lacks higher level classes at the high school level. As well, the district does not do well addressing issues with teachers, especially dealing with teacher who have been reported over and over again for sexual comments made to students.