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  • Aug. 27, 2019
    Growth, Safety, Opportunity

Special election results coverage

  • The Vision

    • Two questions
    • OneMa1ze
    • Zero impact on local tax levy 
    • Big changes for students

Maize USD 266 bond election Aug. 27. Register by Aug. 6 to be able to cast your ballot.
  • Casting your ballot: Voting options

    • Request an Advance Voting Application to vote by mail by Aug. 20
    • Vote early in person at the Sedgwick County Election Office, Aug. 12 through Aug. 26. Voting will be available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays Aug. 12 through Aug. 23 and 8 a.m. to noon Aug. 26 at the Sedgwick County Election Office, 510 N. Main, No. 101 in downtown Wichita. 
    • Vote early in person at a satellite location, Aug. 22 through 24. This option will be offered at Maize City Hall, 10100 W. Grady Ave. in Maize. Hours will be from noon to 7 p.m. Aug. 22 and 23 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 24.
    • Vote at your poll on Election Day, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Aug. 27. Find your polling place by searching online by clicking here.
  • The $108.2 million bond issue would address three key needs:


    Maize USD 266 is running out of room in its five elementary and two middle schools and needs more space. Student enrollment has jumped 9 percent (600 students) in just five years.


    Maize Schools must address safety concerns, including an outdated building access system, a storm shelter for Complete High School Maize, updated security cameras, and the ability to better secure classroom doors.


    A bond issue would provide new opportunities for students, including safer playgrounds; labs to teach science, art, and technology in elementary schools; a district indoor pool; and a new auditorium for fine arts.

  • Additional information

    If you have additional questions not answered here, we welcome your e-mail at bond@usd266.com.

  • The Ballot

    Question 1

    The construction of two intermediate centers that would house fifth and sixth grades. Safety and security improvements to meet the district’s top priority: the safety of students and employees. This includes a storm shelter at Complete High School Maize, the district’s alternative high school. Upgrades to the aging 23-year-old Maize High School. Needed additions and renovations to Maize South High School.

    Question 2

    Indoor pool and auditorium to meet the needs of a growing district. Safe outdoor playgrounds for elementary school students. New indoor STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) labs for elementary schools.

  • Pass it on

    Download or print this informational brochure, which provides quick-hitting key facts demonstrating the need for the Maize USD 266 bond issue, including a look at the need to address growth, safety, and opportunity.

    Maize USD 266 informational bond brochure, page 1  Maize USD 266 informational bond brochure, page 2  

    Download or print this flyer, which provides additional information about Maize USD 266 Aug. 27 bond election, including a closer look at the vision.

    Maize USD 266 Bond Issue 2019 informational flyer Page 2 of the Maize USD 266 Aug. 27 bond issue informational flyer

  • Dr. Chad Higgins, Superintendent of Maize USD 266   From Dr. Higgins, Superintendent of Schools

  • Bond Issue News

Maize USD 266 students play outside on the last day of school in May 2019.