Mayfield Jr./Sr. High School

Jon Peterson


27 School Street

Mayfield, NY 12117



Jr/Sr High School



Elementary School


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


All students entering 7th, 8th and 12th grades must have the meningococcal vaccine.
Without it, they can’t start school.
May 23, 2017
Please be sure your child is vaccinated with the meningococcal vaccine - if he or she is entering grades 7, 8 and 12 - before school begins this September.
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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.



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):

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.

Upcoming Events

Mon, May 22

Mystery Door Night; 5:30 p.m., Elementary School

Tues, May 23

Special Board of Ed meeting-Executive Session; 6:00 p.m., District Office (contractual discussions)

Jr/Sr High School Spring Choral Concert; 7:00 p.m., Auditorium

Mon, May 29

Memorial Day; Schools Closed

Sat, June 3

Prom Walk; 6:00 p.m., HS Front Lawn

Sat-Sun, June 3-4

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

Tues, June 6

Elem Spring Concert; 7:00 p.m., Auditorium

Fri, June 9

Kindergarten Musical; 6:15 p.m., Auditoirum

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

Senior Class Picnic; 12:00 Noon, Athletic Fields

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