Jon Peterson

Superintendent

27 School Street

Mayfield, NY 12117

518.661.8207

 

Jr/Sr High School

518.661.8200

 

Elementary School

518.661.8251

           

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Student photoKaylee Bumpus and Devante Marshall recognized for leadership by APHERD

February 2, 2016

Kaylee Bumpus and Devante Marshall (pictured at right) have received the Capital Zone AHPHERD (Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance) Leadership Award.

The award recognizes students in their senior year who meet the following criteria: Scholastic Achievement, Exceptional Leadership and Outstanding Service to school and/or community.

Kaylee and Devante were honored along with the other top student-athletes in the Capital area at a banquet in Schenectady on Sunday, January 31. Read more here

$20,000 Target grant won for purchase of playground equipment

January 11, 2016

Mayfield was informed on Friday, January 8, that Target has awarded the school district a $20,000 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service grant for new playground equipment!
This is a grant that
the district applied for this past fall.
The district was selected from the many other submissions that were made by stores and distribution centers throughout our region.
Criteria for the grant included hands-on projects, youth centered activities, and/or community volunteer project(s).
Mayfield's application was for the purchase of playground equipment and features a community install where school/community members and Target employees volunteer to assemble and raise the playground.
We will hold a kickoff event during the week of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and are forming a steering committee.
Target not only funds the grant, but Target employees will volunteer their time and talents to assist our school as we plan, purchase, and install the equipment…hence the title the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.

 

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SPTF imageSuicide Prevention Task Force's
Hope and Gratitude Project

December 22, 2015

As part of our perseverance topic in character education, as well as the spirit of gratitude and the emphasis on thinking positively, the district level Suicide Prevention Task Force organized a” Hope and Gratitude Project.” After asking all the staff and students to share what they are thankful for, or what they look forward to, the banners were hung for everyone to see across the main hallway. Nyla Page drew the poster and Savannah Pierce, Zach Hamm and Amron Buseck helped with the pennants.

Click on the image above to enlarge it.

 

Suicide Prevention Task Force donates $250 to Team Hope after the
Out of Darkness Walk-Around at MCS

Student photoOctober 19, 2015

Mayfield’s Suicide Prevention Task Force recently sponsored an Out of the Darkness Walk-Around-School event, designed to promote awareness and prevention of depression and suicide.

Free-will donations to Team HOPE Mayfield that totaled $250 were accepted from staff and students. Read more here

Congratulations to Mayfield Elementary School for winning a $4,000 Dollar General grant for the Leveled Literacy Project

September 11, 2015

Mayfield Elementary School has received a $4,000 Youth Literacy Grant from Dollar General. The school will create "The Leveled Literacy Project" to establish a leveled literacy library for the school's youngest learners - kindergarten to grade 2. The literacy library will serve as an instructional resource that will move students toward reading success.

A leveled literacy library is a collection of books categorized by levels so that every child has data determined books that are at their independent "just right" reading level to practice fluency and to develop a love for reading. This project will also ensure that every teacher has books to use with children at their data determined instructional reading level to ensure maximum growth in literacy skills, as taught through guided reading. Read more here

 

Student photoStudent photoWelcome back to school!

September 9, 2015

Despite the heat outside (and inside), everybody got down to work on this, the second day of school at Mayfield Jr.-Sr. High School and Mayfield Elementary School.

Click on the photos above to visit the photo pages at each building.

 

Check out a few photos from the Elementary School today.

 

Check out a few photos from the Jr.-Sr. High School today.

 

 

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NOTICE/ANNOUNCEMENT

August 25, 2015  The school board has determined that the district will maintain four sections of Grade 1 and three sections of Grade 3 for the 2015-2016 school year.

 

June 29, 2015 New Superintendent begins July 1, 2015.  Details here

 

Highlights of School Board Action June 16, 2015

June 29, 2015  The school board met for their regular meeting on Tuesday, June 16. Highlights of the meeting can be viewed here.

 

 

 Board items for regular meeting on June 16

June 11, 2015  The Mayfield Central School District Board of Education will hold it's regular meeting on Tuesday, June 16. Items up for discussion include the following documents (PDFs):
1. S
tate of the District Year-End Report

2. I
nfo-graphic Report on K-6 Average Class Sizes

3. A four-page summary of the winter-spring 2015 examination of Mayfield CSD's Student Transportation Services

4. F
inal Report from Transportation Advisory Services

5. Mayfield CSD policies regarding rules, roles and relationships associated with our instructional programs and support operations

 

Mayfield voters approve 2015-16 School Budget

May 19, 2015  Voters in the Mayfield Central School District Tuesday, May 19, voted in favor of the 2015-16 budget 296 to 101. The $16,985,148 budget represents a $439,112 decrease in expenditures compared to the current budget and increases the local tax levy by $191,456 or 2.7 percent.

 

Residents also approved district to use its bus reserve fund to purchase two 65-passenger
buses at a cost of $228,000, and one 41-passenger bus at a cost of $103,000. The district is eligible for roughly 75 percent reimbursement for these vehicle purchases through state School Transportation Aid. Between the reimbursement from state aid, the sale of older buses, and the projected savings on maintenance and repair, there is little year-to-year increase in local costs related to the purchases.

 

Residents also voted in favor of re-establishing the Bus Purchase Reserve Fund. This allows
the district to re-establish a bus purchase reserve fund for future acquisition of school buses and vehicles. Utilizing School Transportation Aid and unappropriated fund balance and budgetary appropriations, the reserve will be funded at a maximum amount of $2 million. The term of the reserve is 10 years.

 

One candidate, Aaron Flynn, was also elected to the board of education garnering 231 votes. Board terms are five years.

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Upcoming Events

Fri, Feb 5

HS Report Cards posted to student portal

Wed, Feb 10

FAFSA Night; 6:30 - 8 p.m., upper library

Tues, Feb 23

Board of Ed meeting; 7 p.m., upper library

Thur, Mar 3

Spring Sports Physicals for female athletes

Fri, Mar 11

MTA Scholarship Games; 5 - 9 p.m., HS Gymnasium

Tue, Mar 15

HS Progress Reports posted to student portal

Thur, Mar 24

Spring Sports Physicals for male athletes

Dessert Theatre; 6:30 - 8 p.m., HS Cafe & Auditorium

Thur, Mar 31

HS Overview for Parents of 8th Graders; 6:30 - 8 p.m., upper library

Fri, Apr 1

Key Club Bloodmobile; 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; HS Gym

Wed, Apr 13

HS Report Cards posted to student portal

Sat, Apr 16

Band Pancake Breakfast/Car Wash; 8 - 11 a.m., HS cafe and parking lot