Board of Education

Mayfield Board of Education, September 2018
The Mayfield Board of Education
From left, Aaron Flynn (Vice President), Jennifer Andrews, Vanessa DiNitto, Ernie Clapper (President) and Cassie Kristel

Board Meetings

In general, meetings are held in the High School Upper Library, 27 School Street, beginning at 7 p.m. Regular meetings are open to the public. 

Board of Education members are elected to five-year terms. Elections are held each year on the third Tuesday in May. Polls are open noon to 8 p.m., in the lobby of the high school gymnasium. Click here for more information about running for the school board.

Board agendas and action can be found on  Board docs logo

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.

2018-19 School Year meeting dates

Meeting are held on Tuesdays beginning at 7 p.m. Most meetings are held in the Jr./Sr. High School Upper Library unless otherwise noted.

  • July 10 Reorganizational Meeting, HS cafeteria
  • Aug. 21  Regular Meeting,  HS Cafeteria
  • Sept. 18  Regular Meeting 
  • Oct. 16  Regular Meeting
  • Nov. 20  Regular Meeting
  • Dec. 18  Regular Meeting
  • Jan. 15, 2019  Regular Meeting
  • Feb. 19  Regular Meeting
  • Mar. 19  Regular Meeting
  • Apr. 16  Regular Meeting
  • May 14  Regular Meeting/ Public Hearing  
  • May 21  School Budget Vote  12-8 p.m.  Gymnasium Lobby
  • June 18  Regular Meeting

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.