Classes in 2 rural Kansas districts canceled
MONTEZUMA, Kan. (AP) — Classes have been canceled in two rural western Kansas school districts because of law enforcement situation at a home.
South Gray High school principal Tim Skinner says classes are canceled Monday in the Montezuma and Copeland school districts. He says there is a law enforcement presence in a residential area near the high school and elementary school in Montezuma.
The districts share a junior high and high school and busing services. They have a combined enrollment of about 240 students.
No other information was immediately available. The Gray County sheriff's office didn't immediately return a phone message from The Associated Press. And Kansas Bureau of Investigation Senior Special Agent Mark Malick didn't immediately return an email message from The Associated Press seeking comment.
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