Following a board vote on a policy, Superintendent Chad Higgins plans to present a proposed map that shows which portions of the district would be assigned to Maize Middle School and Maize High and which portions to Maize South Middle School and Maize South High.
Following a board vote on a policy, Superintendent Chad Higgins plans to present a proposed map that shows which portions of the district would be assigned to Maize Middle School and Maize High and which portions to Maize South Middle School and Maize South High. Bo Rader File photo
Following a board vote on a policy, Superintendent Chad Higgins plans to present a proposed map that shows which portions of the district would be assigned to Maize Middle School and Maize High and which portions to Maize South Middle School and Maize South High. Bo Rader File photo

Finally, in Maize – a school district boundary map

October 19, 2016 09:30 AM

UPDATED October 19, 2016 12:09 PM

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  • Dad says TOP program gives his son an advantage

    William Eckels talks about his son, Elijah, 4, who is a student at The Opportunity Project learning center in northeast Wichita. He is a single dad and a big cheerleader for the TOP program. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)