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Mayfield Jr./Sr. High School

Jon Peterson

Superintendent

27 School Street

Mayfield, NY 12117

518.661.8222

 

Jr/Sr High School

518.661.8222

 

Elementary School

518.661.8222

leaf bullet Health & Safety

Rebecca LeStage, Elementary School Nurse

Phone: 661-8222; Ext 8251  ||  Fax: 661-6590

 

Janine Kilpatrick, Jr./Sr. High School Nurse

Phone: 661-8222; Ext 8211  ||  Fax: 661-7666

 

Sports physicals required for students entering 7th & 10th grade

May 7, 2015 The N.Y.S. Education Law requires that all students entering the 7th and 10th grade and those planning on participating in a sport, have a physical examination completed and on file in the Health Office.

 

Hotlines

Suicide 24-Hour Hotline: (518) 842-9111 or dial 911

Mobile Crisis at The Family Counseling Center:
   (518) 725-4310

National Runaway 24-Hour Hotline: 1-800-621-4000

Mental Health Clinic 24-Hour Hotline:
   (518) 842-9111 or (518) 773-3531

Rape 24-Hour Hotline: (518) 843-4367
   Planned Parenthood, Amsterdam Memorial Hospital

Domestic Violence Hotline: (518) 725-5300
   Domestic Violence Project, The Family Counseling Center

Teen Dating Violence Hotline: (518) 725-5300
   Domestic Violence Project, The Family Counseling Center

National Eating Disorders Association: 1-800-931-2237

NineLine (National Hotline for Troubled Youth):
   1-800-999-9999

MRSA Information

Staph is a type of bacteria that is present on the skin of healthy people. When staph bacteria enter a break in the skin, they may cause skin infections that look like pimples or boils. Staph infections may be red, swollen, painful or have pus or other drainage. MRSA is a staph infection resistant to certain antibiotics but is treatable with others. See a doctor at the first sign of any symptoms because MRSA develops quickly, entering the bloodstream and possibly causing pneumonia, which can be fatal.

Prevention includes:

  • Washing your hands often, using soap;

  • Keeping your cuts and scrapes clean and covered with bandages;

  • Not touching cuts or bandages on others; and

  • Not sharing personal items, such as towels, sports equipment and water bottles.

A physician's certificate is required when returning to school following MRSA or other communicable disease.

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Upcoming Events

Thur, Apr 27

PTSO Meeting; 6 - 7:30 p.m., lower library

Tues, May 2

Spring Band Concert; 6:30 p.m., Auditorium

Tues, May 9

Capital Project Bid Opening; 2:30 p.m., upper library

Board of Ed meeting/Public Hearing; 7 p.m., Upper Library, 6:30 p.m. Executive Session, District Office

Thur, May 11

Senior Pictures; HS Gymnasium

Fri, May 12

Hope & Wellness Day

Tues, May 16

Annual Meeting/Budget Vote; 12 Noon - 8 p.m., HS Gym Lobby

Thur, May 18

Brainstorm Coffeehouse; 6 - 8 p.m., HS Cafe

Fri, May 19

Senior Class Trip; Leave at 12 Noon, Darien Lake Amusement Park

Thur, May 25

Spring Choir Concert; 6:30 p.m., Auditorium

Mon, May 29

Memorial Day; Schools Closed

Sat-Sun, June 3-4

Post Prom; 11 pm - 4 a.m., HS Various

Fri, June 9

Senior Class Banquet; 6 p.m., St Patrick's Masonic Lodge, Johnstown

Mon, June 12

Mandatory Class of 2017 graduation rehearsal; 11 a.m., Auditorium

Tues-Fri, June 13-23

Regents Testing; No classes at Jr/Sr High School

Thur-Fri, June 15-16

Half-day dismissal for Elementary Students; 12:20 p.m.; Full day faculty and staff

Fri, June 23

Last Day of School

Grade 6 Graduation; 10 a.m., Auditorium

Elementary Student Dismissal; 10:50 a.m.; Full day faculty and staff

Senior Awards; 5:30 p.m., Auditorium

Baccalaureate; 7 p.m., Mayfield Presbyterian Church

Sat, June 24

Class of 2017 Graduation; 11 a.m., Athletic Fields