Dr. Christopher Wojeski


27 School Street

Mayfield, NY 12117



leaf bullet Jr./Sr. High School News


Walk to End AlzheimersMayfield parents and staff raise more than $600 during Walk to End Alzheimer's

October 12, 2016

Mayfield students, their families and school staff recently donated more than $600 to the Alzheimer’s Association. Fundraising for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and participation in the event, held at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, was sponsored by the Kids Care Club at the elementary school and by SPARRK (Service, Perseverance, Attitude, Respect, Responsibility, Kindness), the school district’s character education initiative. Click on the photo above to enlarge it.

It's Yearbook time again!

September 19, 2016

Get all the informatin you need about the yearbook on the Yearbook Club's page.

Lifetouch Studios will be at Mayfield School to take student pictures on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 from 8 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

To order the yearbook, download the order form here (PDF). Would you like to place an advertisement in the yearook? Download the business order form here. Read MORE

Hope and Wellness Club sponsors activities to recognize Suicide Prevention Week

September 12, 2016

In recognition of National Suicide Prevention Week, the Hope & Wellness Club (formerly Suicide Prevention Task Force) sponsored activities during Junior and Senior High lunch periods. Students and staff promoted awareness of suicide prevention by posting selfies with the hashtag #STOPSUICIDE to their favorite social media accounts. And a montage of sentence completions, “I kept living because…” was posted to a cafeteria wall. Hope & Wellness Club meets monthly throughout the school year. Meetings are open to all students, school staff & interested community members.

Here are a few photos from the events. Click on the image to enlarge it:

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Mayfield students get the new school off to a great start!

Student photoSeptember 9, 2016

Feeling rested and ready to get going on a new school year, Mayfield's more than 900 students got right back into the swing of things in class, on the new playground, in the cafeteria and throughout both school buildings.

Check out this link - Read more here - for a few shots from activities today at Mayfield Elementary School and Mayfield Junior-Senior High School.




NYS releases testing information on ELA and math tests taken in April

July 29, 2016

The state Education Department today released the results of the 2016 Grades 3-8 English language arts (ELA) and math tests that students took in April.

From a proficiency standpoint, Mayfield's proficiency rates - 33 percent on grades 3-8 ELA and 44 percent on grades 3-8 mathematics received scores in levels 3 or 4 on the exams - placed the district third in mathematics and fifth in ELA among the 15 school districts in the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES. Statewide, the figures were 38 percent on ELA and 39 percent on mathematics.

At Mayfield, the proficient figures for both the ELA and mathematics exams remained close to the 2015 results. The number of students scoring in the proficient levels - 3 and 4 - climbed to 33 percent, compared with 30 percent in 2015. In mathematics, 44 percent of Mayfield students scored in levels 3 and 4, compared with 42 percent in 2015. Read more here

Student PhotoClass of 2016 ready to face the future

June 25, 2016

Principal Christopher Wojeski told the 64 Class of 2016 graduates from Mayfield Junior-Senior High School that they have pushed the limit to success.

"There's not been one time when I haven't been proud to be your principal," he said during the 76th Mayfield commencement on the athletic field. She thanked parents and family members "for allowing us to help form them into young adults."

Turning to the graduates, he said "whatever you do, don't play it safe" as you embark into the world of college, work or the military. He said they are ready and able to change the world - that it is all in their hands.  Read more here

Check out the YouTube video of the march from the junior-senior high school to the athletic field.

Italian students travel to Augie's restaurant to solidify food studies

Student photoJune 20, 2016
Dominic Di Grazia’s Italian classes from Schuylerville, Corinth and Mayfield recently gathered at Augie’s Family Style Italian Restaurant in Ballston Spa to celebrate the end of the school year and to practice their unit on food that they had recently studied.
Certificates and prizes were awarded to each student.
This was an excellent opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of the Italian skills learned this year in class.
The Italian program at Mayfield is expanding this next school year as Italian will be offered at the 8th grade level beginning in September of 2016. Italian will also be offered for college credit through FMCC in the distance learning lab to three other school districts - Schuylerville and Corinth being two of them.
  Read more here




Upcoming Events

Wed, Nov 2

Jr/Sr HS Fall Band and Choir Concert; 6:30 pm, Auditorium

Thur, Nov 3

Jr/Sr HS Yearbook Photos (underclassmen re-takes); 6 am - 1 pm, Auditorium

Mon, Nov 7

Jr/Sr HS Yearbook Photos (Senior class re-takes); 6 am - 2 pm, Auditorium

Thur, Nov 10

National Honor Society Induction Ceremony; 6:30 pm, Auditorium

Fri, Nov 11

Veteran's Day; Schools Closed

Tues, Nov 15

Board of Education meeting; 7 pm, Upper Library (Executive Session 6:30 pm in District Office)

Wed, Nov 16

Turkey Trot; 2 pm, Elementary School

Sat, Nov 19

Annual Frostbite 5K; 8:30 am, Lower HS parking lot

Wed-Fri, Nov 23-25

Thanksgiving Recess for students and faculty; No Classes

Thur-Fri, Nov 24-25

Thanksgiving; Schools Closed