2020-2021 Board of Education Members
Aaron Flynn, President
Cassie Kristel, Vice President
*SPECIAL NOTICE: Because of the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis and consistent with guidance around pubic safety and social distancing, Board of Education meetings will be available remotely, in addition to in-person attendance, until further notice.
All public comment questions for virtual attendance must be submitted in advance of the meetings to the District Clerk Debra Javarone at email@example.com
Virtual Board meetings can be accessed using the following information:
REGULAR MEETING: Tuesday, April 20 at 6:00 P.M. ;
In-Person: Auditorium; masks must be worn; attendees will be screened upon arrival. In-person public attendance will be allowed to the maximum of 100 people
THIS MEETING WILL BE LIVE STREAMED THROUGH A WEBEX EVENT:
Meeting number (access code): 129 442 6057
Meeting password: Welcome
Join by Phone: +1-408-418-9388
Access Code: 129 442 6057
When opening the BoardDocs page, click on “Meetings” at the top of the page then select a meeting you’d like to review. Click on “View the Agenda” and then on a specific item on the left of the page to see how the board acted.
Role of the School Board
The Mayfield Board of Education is made up of five non-paid citizens who are each elected to serve five-year terms. The board’s main responsibilities and duties are to:
- Establish district policies;
- Develop an annual budget for public approval;
- Approve or disapprove the Superintendent’s recommendations on personnel matters and contracts;
- Review courses of study and textbooks; and
- Act as a communication link between residents and the Superintendent.
Other duties include defining the district’s philosophy, setting goals to achieve academic objectives, planning for future needs, and authorizing certain contracts.
Running for a seat on the Board of Education
The Mayfield Central School District announces that qualified residents interested in seeking a seat on the Board of Education must file a Petition for Nomination, which must be signed by at least 25 qualified voters of the district. Petitions may be obtained in the District Office at the High School and must be returned no later than April 19, 2021. Candidates must be a qualified voter of the district and must have resided in the district for at least one year prior to their election.
One five-year term is available for anyone interested in running for the Board. The five-year seat, presently occupied by Tara Caraco, will become vacant as of June 30, 2021. The election will be held May 18, 2021 from 12 noon until 8:00 pm in the high school gym lobby.