The Bullseye

On Friday, November 13, USD 266 district made the switch during a Board of Education to full remote learning. COVID-19 cases increased to over five per week for both high schools, causing the Kansas Department of Health and Education to list Maize and Maize South High as a COVID cluster in the Sedgwick County area. The district is expected to remain full remote until the end of December and into Christmas break.

COVID Clusters in the Community

Ty Rains, Bullseye Web Editor and Reporter
November 25, 2020
The MS Leche club conducts a monthly meeting last year where they would hang out during EnCor while eating milk and cookies as a way to take the stress of school off of their shoulders. Cooper Schoonover (Second from left to right), graduate, is seen enjoying a cup of milk and having a laugh with Josh Goodale (Far left), Connor Shannon (Second to the right), and Logan Patterson (Far right), all of which are graduates of Maize South High School.

“Club Scene” Looks Different For Involved Students At Maize South

Ty Rains, Bullseye Web Editor and Reporter
October 30, 2020
The SafeDefend system is triggered by a finger print from a staff member to alert administration, district officials and local authorities to the exact location of a specific threat in the classroom.

A Safe Defense For Our Lives

Ty Rains, Bullseye Web Editor and Reporter
October 16, 2020
Gerhardus has lead the way with several hat-trick scoring games for the Mavericks, as they finished the season 10-2-2 in AVCTL Division II league play.

A Future Soccer Star

Ty Rains, Bullseye staff reporter
November 1, 2019
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