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  • Stronger, better together

    Photo of student spelling out OneMa1zeOur vision for a united school district began as a collective goal among Maize USD 266 administrative staff members at the beginning of the 2015-16 year. It since has inspired student artwork, charitable cooperation, a flash mob, and more.

    From Eagles and Mavericks collaborating on fundraising community projects to high school students helping in our preschool classrooms, we are stronger together.

    Thank you for your support, and please use the hashtag #OneMa1ze on social media to be a part of our story!

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SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE

  • OneMa1ze puts core values into action

    Integrity, innovation, community, responsibility, empathy, and resilience are the core values of Maize USD 266. Even in times when the world seems unpredictable and all of us, school districts included, are navigating new scenarios and challenges, these are the values that guide our decisions and direction. For years, the district has embraced its approach to work together as OneMa1ze with a shared focus toward common goals. With this in mind, we celebrate unity within the district and school community with the understanding that we are stronger and better together As a lifelong Kansan and a career educator who values integrity and is solutions-oriented, I am excited to share with you just a few ways we are putting each of these core values into action.

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Maslow's Pantry

  • Maslow's Pantry logo Maslow's Pantry a free resource for entire OneMa1ze community

    Maslow's Pantry is a students-helping-students program that provides food, hygiene items, and clothes to students, their families, and others in our community. The pantry is in the building in front of Maize High School that formerly served as the police station. Maslow's respects anonymity and depends on donations. Students visit to select items they need. 

    How you can support Maslow's Pantry

    Others interested in helping can deliver donations to the front office at Maize High, 11600 W. 45th St. North in Maize. Needs include dried boxed food, personal hygiene items, and prom dresses. A local business will dry clean and alter gowns for Maslow's prom dress exchange, which started last year and aims to be even larger this spring. Thank you for your support!

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