• Maize Board of Education

    The Maize Board of Education is composed of seven members voted for by the Maize USD 266 community and elected to four-year terms. Six of the board members must live in three specific geographic districts, while the seventh can live anywhere in the district at-large.The function of the Maize Board of Education is to serve the Maize community, which includes students, parents, and employees.

    Maize USD 266 school board members strive to model servant leadership in supporting our students. Desiring to operate in the most ethical and conscientious manner possible, board members adhere to a code of ethics and focus on elevating the success of our students. For more information about the duties and responsibilities of school board members, please refer to BOE-1002, handbook for board members.

    Public notice

    Notice is hereby given pursuant to K.S.A. 72-3126, of a public hearing to be held on the 9th day of October, 2023, at 6:45 p.m. at the Maize Performing Arts and Aquatics Center in Maize regarding the Unified School District No. 266, Sedgwick County, Kansas proposed policy to determine the number of nonresident students that the school district has the capacity to accept in each grade level for each school of the school district pursuant to K.S.A. 72-3123, and amendments thereto, including clearly specifying the reasons that the board may use to deny continued enrollment of a nonresident student who is not in good standing.  
    Scheduled to appear in The Wichita Eagle Sept. 25 and Oct. 2.

    Board of Education and Superintendent tag outs

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Raquel Greer and Board of Education members love to give back to Maize USD 266 employees by surprising them with a tag out!  A tag out occurs when the board member or administrator unexpectedly shows up to "tag out" a staff member. That staff member is then available to leave, while we take over their duties. This is a small token of appreciation and keeps our board members and administrators close to the realities of our classrooms.