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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
Clara Keller (11) stands at the cash register in the green house at Johnson's Garden Center.  Keller got a job there at the beginning of the school year and enjoys working while in Hybrid or Full Virtual for learning.

The New Norm in the Remote Learning Model

Bridget Johnson, Bullseye Reporter
November 23, 2020
Adam Melichar, a counselor at Maize South High School, writes a letter of recommendation for a senior.  In the years he has been teaching and counseling, he has written hundreds of unique letters for his students.

One Word at a Time-Crafting the Perfect Letter of Recommendation

Bridget Johnson, 21st Century Journalism
November 5, 2020
White typically posts a few times a day and is very active on the app. From lip-syncing videos, funny clips with his dog Snickers, and other humorous jokes for his audience.

TikTok Starts Stardom For LaffytaffySammy

Piper Pinnetti, Bullseye Editor-in-Chief
November 1, 2020
Ms. Snyder gives a thumbs up at her new virtual workspace. Snyder co-sponsors the Maize South pep club, even without actually seeing students in person.

Navigating the Digital Landscape-The Perspective of Emily Snyder, Virtual Teacher

Tess Bryant-Stucky, Bullseye Staff Reporter
September 22, 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
Senior Madi Minks performs a solo number at Life.Church during a Wednesday night service that's focused on teenagers called 'Switch'.

Journey to Jesus

Piper Pinnetti, Bullseye Advertising manager and Social Media manager
October 31, 2019
Sanders, drummer in the back left, plays the drums during a set with her band, who has yet to pick an actual performing name.

Love For The Drums

Lexi Cole, Bullseye staff reporter
October 31, 2019
Gearing up for a training session at Title Boxing, senior Calissa Brown wraps her gloves in preparation.

Burning Calories Outside of the Classroom

Brianna Jones-Rupp, Bullseye Editor-In-Chief
October 18, 2019
Senior Trey Rios gallops past several competitors at the Bishop Carroll Meet at Lake Afton near Cheney. Trey came in 3rd place, with a time of 17:11.

Finding Love Between Long Distances

Khaliah Dryden, Bullseye staff reporter
October 14, 2019
Marlon Rios, Systems Analyst, checks his emails in the morning making sure he knows what he is doing for the day. Every morning he strives to make sure he meets with everyone's problems.

Rios’ Escape to a Better Life

Ben Anderson and Angelo Silva
October 4, 2019
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