Dr. Christopher Wojeski


27 School Street

Mayfield, NY 12117



leaf bullet Senior Checklist


  • Outline ideas for your college admission and scholarship essays

  • Register to re-take the SAT, SAT II or ACT

  • Students interested in playing Division I or II college sports will need to obtain the NCAA Guide for the College bound Athlete and register for the NCAA Clearinghouse. These are available in the guidance office or online at www.ncaaclearinghouse.net

  • Check for specific admission requirements at your colleges of interest, such as portfolio or interview requirements, early decision deadlines, etc.

  • Visit www.fastweb.com for available scholarships



  • Check to see if your college of interest requires the CSS Financial Aid Profile and register with them online or by phone. Forms are available in the guidance office.

  • Utilize the resources in the guidance office to help you with your future plans

  • Take the October or November SAT or ACT



  • Ask two or three teachers if they would be willing to write you a college or scholarship recommendation. Talk with them about your future plans and give them a copy of your resume. Give them sufficient time to write it and make sure you let them know what do to with it when they are finished (i.e. pick it up from them or have them return it to the guidance office – it’s helpful to keep a copy in your file)

  • Give your guidance counselor any “Secondary School Reports” from your college application packets.

  • Attend the Financial Aid Workshop at FMCC to become familiar wit the financial aid process



  • Complete all of your college applications and mail them

  • Please notify the guidance office where your transcripts need to be sent.

  • Fee waivers are also available to cover the cost of college application fees. See your guidance counselor for them.

  • Follow up on any scholarship opportunities available

  • Check for the “financial aid priority” deadlines at your college choices



  • Fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as soon as possible after January 1st. Forms are available in the guidance office or online at www.fafsa.ed.gov  Specific FAFSA school codes are available in the guidance office.

  • Make a copy of everything you send to schools, as well as the date it was mailed/transmitted

  • If you are male and eighteen years old you need to register for the Selective Service in order to complete your FAFSA. You are not eligible unless you are registered.

  • Access the financial aid hotline with any questions. It is available through the entire month of January.

  • LAST chance to complete college applications. If you are still unsure about future plans, please see your counselor for assistance.



  • Complete and mail in your FAFSA. If you plan on attending a New York State college you will be sent a TAP (Tuition Assistance Program). Follow the directions to make sure HESC (Higher Education Services Corporation) has sent it to the school or your choice.

  • Continue checking in the guidance office and the school website for scholarship opportunities that may arise.

  • If you have not visited your colleges of interest, schedule to do so during the Mayfield vacations.



  • Review your financial aid award letters to select the best deal for you.

  • Contact the financial aid office if your financial situation has changed in any way since the previous year

  • Ask colleges about specific payment plan options for paying your college bill



  • Notify the college of your choice of your intent to enroll

  • If you’ve been “wait-listed,” talk to the college admissions counselor about how you can strengthen your application/portfolio

Upcoming Events

Wed, Mar 21

PreK Registration for district residents only; 6 p.m., Elementary Library

Thur, Mar 22

Kindergarten Registration for district residents only; 6 p.m., Elementary Library

Thur-Sat, Mar 22-24

Drama Production, Legally Blonde; 7 p.m., and Saturday Matinee, 2 p.m., Auditorium

Fri, Mar 23

Key Club Bloodmobile; 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., HS Gym

Tues, Mar 27

National Honor Society Induction Ceremony; 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., Auditorium

Thur, Mar 29

Moonlight Cabaret; 7 - 9 p.m., Auditorium

Fri, Mar 30

Schools closed for Good Friday

Mon-Fri, Apr 2-6

Spring Recess; No Classes

Mon, Apr 9

Classes Resume

Tues, Apr 10

Board of Education Meeting; Executive Session 6:30 p.m., District Office; Regular Meeting 7 p.m., Upper Library

Sat, Apr 21

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

Wed, Apr 25

Spring Jr/Sr HS Band Concert; 6:30 - 8 p.m., Auditorium

Fri, Mon, Tues, May 4,7,8

Class of 2019 Senior Portraits, 7 a.m. - 3 p.m., Auditorium

Tues, May 8

Board of Education Meeting; Executive Session 6:30 p.m., District Office; Regular Meeting 7 p.m., Upper Library

Tues, May 15

Annual Meeting/Budget Vote/Board Member/Bus Proposition; 12 Noon - 8 p.m.; HS Gym Lobby

Mon, May 28

Schools closed for Memorial Day

Mon, Jun 11

Last day of classes for Jr/Sr HS students

Tues-Fri, Jun 12-22

Regents Testing; No classes

Fri, Jun 15

Half-day for Elementary students; a.m. only (Full day faculty/staff)

Tues, Jun 19

Board of Education Meeting; Executive Session 6:30 p.m., District Office; Regular Meeting 7 p.m., Upper Library

Fri, June 22

Last Day of School

Grade 6 Graduation; 10 a.m., Auditorium; 1/2 day for Elementary students, a.m. only (Full day faculty/staff)

Sat, June 23

Class of 2018 Graduation; 11 a.m.; Athletic Fields (weather permitting)

Wed, July 4

Schools Closed