The Bullseye

Editorial Policy

The Bullseye is published regularly during the academic year by students enrolled in publications at Maize South High School.

Content is determined by the staff and does not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Maize South High School’s faculty, administration, adviser or student body.

Students are protected in their exercise of press freedom by the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United State and the Kansas Student Publications Act, Kan. Stat. Ann. Sections 72.1504 – 72.1506.

Signed editorials and columns reflect the views of the writer.

Letters to the editor and guest commentaries are encouraged and must be signed.

The editorial board reviews letters to the editor, advertising and guest commentaries and reserves the right to edit and refuse material. Reasons can include length, clarity, libel, obscenity, material disruption of the education process at Maize South High School or violation of copyright laws.

Bullseye is a student publication and a forum for public opinion. Letters to the editor should be signed and around 300 words. Submit a letter to the editor room E110 or to [email protected]

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Editorial Policy