Construction bids came in lower that budgeted; some items on hold may be done

On November 30, the Board of Education awarded three construction bids in the third and final phase of the capital project that were under budget, allowing board members to now consider proceeding with some of the on-hold fields work at the junior-senior high school as well as consider alternates included with the general construction (GC) …

Paul G. Williamsen named interim Mayfield elementary principal

Former Mayfield Superintendent of Schools Paul G. Williamsen has been named as the interim Mayfield Elementary principal beginning on Dec. 11. He is replacing Nick Criscone, who was principal at Mayfield for 12 years. Criscone has accepted a position at the Scotia-Glenville School District. Superintendent Jon Peterson said Williamsen would remain in the interim position …

Freshman Maddi Relyea competes this Saturday in cross country state championship

Freshman Madison Relyea will represent Mayfield in Saturday’s cross country championship at the Wayne Central School District near Rochester after having finished second in the Section II Class D championship at the Saratoga Spa State Park last Friday. She was the lone runner on Mayfield’s varsity team this year. Her coach, Rebecca Newkirk,  said she …

Capital project enters Phase 3; athletic upgrades on indefinite hold

As the “Building the Future, Restoring the Past” capital project enters its third and final phase, school officials want to be sure that all of the educational and building improvements are completed in the $15.5 million plan. Because some construction bids came in higher than estimated, there is a need to cut back on part of the …

Jr.-Sr. High School art students send hope and love through their portraits to children in an orphanage in Tanzania – 7,905 miles away

Students in Jeremy Lebediker’s art class spent the past several months creating portraits of 14 children living in an orphanage in Tanzania – 7,905 miles away. The portraits, part of the Memory Project, were recently delivered to the children. “I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that your school’s art department has provided them with …

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