Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Schools - KCTV5

Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Schools

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KCTV5 did find some schools in the Kansas City area using CO detectors, either because a city or county ordinance requires it or like Olathe, the district made the decision on its own.

SCHOOL DISTRICT

CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS IN SCHOOLS

Baldwin

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Basehor-Linwood

No

Belton

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Blue Springs

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Blue Valley

Yes

Bonner Springs

No

Center

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Desoto

Yes

Eudora

No

Excelsior Springs

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Fort Osage

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Gardner-Edgerton

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Grain Valley

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Grandview

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Hardin

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Harrisonville

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Hickman Mills

No

Independence

Yes – in 14 elementary schools that have early education and Truman High School.

No – in district's 13 other schools.

KCK

No

KCMO

No

Kearney

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Lansing

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Lawrence

No

Lawson

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Leavenworth

No

Leesville

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Lee's Summit

No

Liberty

No

McClouth

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North KC

No

Odessa

Yes

Olathe

Yes

Park Hills

No

Pleasant Hills

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Prairie View

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Raytown

No

Rockhurst

N/A – doesn't burn fossil fuels.

Shawnee Mission

No

St. Joseph

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Tonganoxie

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Turner

No

West Platte

Yes

Wellsville

No

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