Please check Skyward for possible missing postings (grades and payments)
Please be aware that any entries made on Skyward between about 6 p.m. March 10 and 2 p.m. March 14 may not remain posted or present on Skyward due to a technical issue.
Enroll now for Pre-K and Kindergarten
Maize USD 266 Pre-K and Kindergarten enrollment for the 2023-24 school year is now open.
School board approves updated member district map in accordance with Kansas statute
The Maize Board of Education on Feb. 13 approved updated boundaries for its three board member districts, which are used for board member elections and are not tied to school attendance boundaries for students.
Maize Pulse e-newsletter: Feb. 28, 2023 edition
Check out the district's latest Maize Pulse district e-newsletter for a message from Dr. Greer, Superintendent of Schools; district updates and reminders; #266Success stories; and more.
Maize High School student wins prestigious Gore Scholarship
Lesly Hernandez opens up about how her parents' sacrifices have validated her accomplishments throughout her education journey.
Couple finds work together as bus drivers for Maize USD 266
Paul and Amanda Stoner are in their first year as Maize USD 266 school bus drivers and hope to provide a positive influence for their students each day.
2023-24 Maize USD 266 calendar now available
Click the link to download your copy of the 2023-24 Maize USD 266 Calendar, which has information on the first and last days of school, breaks, parent-teacher conferences, and more.
Maize Pulse district e-newsletter
In August 2022, Maize USD 266 launched the Maize Pulse e-newsletter. It will be produced about once a month to help keep the Maize USD 266 community informed about news and updates related to the school district, including Maize Board of Education policies.
Connect. Learn. Lead.
Welcome, Dr. Raquel Greer, Superintendent of Schools
The Maize family welcomed Dr. Raquel Greer, who joins USD 266 as its Superintendent of Schools on July 1. Dr. Greer is eager to guide Maize USD 266 on a journey to refocus and reenergize on instruction and what kids need, she said. Dr. Greer, who has experience as an educator and a school counselor, said the community can expect her to value relationships, teamwork, and caring for people. She said the Maize USD 266 superintendent position was the only job she applied for and was drawn to join and lead the district because of its highly skilled employees, excellent reputation, and involvement of and support from an informed and caring community base. She has been an educator and community member in the Wichita area for 23 years and welcomes the opportunity to continue to get to know Maize and share more about herself.
Maize Education Foundation
Together, we can help students succeed.
Supporting students in defining and pursuing their individual versions of success is one of the greatest legacies we can leave for our community and one of the most important things we can do to build a better future.
In support of that belief, the Maize Education Foundation strives to partner with school leaders, community members, parents, and business owners in order to secure funding and develop partnerships that aid Maize educators in piloting educational and enrichment programs, developing new curriculum, and providing innovative experiential and project-based learning opportunities for all preK-12 students enrolled in the Maize School District.
Thank you to these businesses and organizations for believing in our students and educators and giving support through financial and in-kind gifts to the Maize Education Foundation.
Find out how you can help Maize students and educators.