Welcome to Lance Middle School

Our Mission... Success For Every Student


Principal: Mr. Dahlk
Assistant Principal: Mr. Kaufmann



Please click on the "calendar" tab at the top of the page to see what is happening daily and weekly at Lance.


Have a GREAT summer!


Summer School 2014

Ends on Friday, July 25th.

Free Summer Math and Reading Programs

Free Summer Math Program. Click on the link above to register.

TenMarks Summer Math is designed to guide students through a personalized curriculum that meets their specific needs, helping them practice and master concepts with built-in instruction, and real-time intervention.

KUSD is participating in the FREE myON reader summer program this year. myON is a personalized literacy  solution that provides  students  and their families  with access to a growing  collection of over 3,000 enhanced digital books. Research shows that kids who read 8 books over the summer will increase their reading growth and reduce summer learning loss. Click here to learn more.


Pick up your physical and paperwork in the main office. Sign up will be during registration at Lance on August 14th. If you have any questions regarding paperwork, please call the Lance main office at 359-2240. Thank you.

Gear Up

August 18 - 21

Incoming 6th grade students attend one 3-hour session. If you have any questions on your child's session, please call the Lance main office at 359-2240. Thank you.

Parent Gear-Up (for new parents to Lance Middle School)

August 19

8:00 - 11:00am or 11:30am - 2:30pm

Parents will get a chance to meet other parents, tour the building, learn how to read their child's schedule, learn about a middle school House, school policies and procedures, and ask questions. If you have any questions, or need to register, please call the Lance main office at 359-2240. Thank you.


August 14

7:30am - 7:00pm

Click here for details on registration.

Earn Money Towards Field Trips

Click the image above to learn how you can raise funds to pay for your child's field trips.


"Kids have been bullying each other for generations. The latest generation, however, has been able to utilize technology to expand their reach and extent of their harm. This phenomenon is being called cyberbullying, defined as: willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices." Click on the links below to learn how you can help with your child.

SAY NO to cyberbullying