HUTCHINSON, Kansas -- Some stars of their class attended a graduation ceremony at a most unlikely location Thursday.
The Hutchinson Correctional Facility is where four young dogs and their trainers received graduation certificates.
Inmates teach the pups basic obedience and then the canines go to an organization in Emporia that teaches them to be service dogs.
"We have dogs who are trained to be epileptic seizure notifies, so they will just go and tell people when someone's having an epileptic seizure," said Master Sergeant Robbin Hurt, Hutchinson Correctional Facility. "We have dogs who are mobility helpers, they help the people who are in wheelchairs."
The organization in Emporia also trains some dogs to detect when a person's blood sugar level is low.
The inmates in Hutchinson will soon get more young dogs to start the training process again.
The students on the school bus were not injured.
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