Body Mass Index reporting

As part of a required school health examination, a student is weighed and his/her height is measured. These numbers are used to figure out the student’s body mass index or ‘BMI’. The BMI helps the doctor or nurse know if the student’s weight is in a healthy range or is too high or too low. …

Contractors working on the heating issues, particularly at the Jr.-Sr. High School

This cold snap is tough on all of us; the same holds true for the school district. Superintendent Jon Peterson said that a number of our rooms and corridors, particularly in the junior/senior high school experienced cold temperatures yesterday. Part of the reason is that unlike in the elementary school where both new boilers are …

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) …

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 …

Lead in drinking water reports are complete

HS/JHS results lead in water testing results returned to the school district If you are unable to access any page(s) or documents in our site, please  email the District Clerk or the district Webmaster or call (518) 347-3600 ext. 71111 with detailed information on the location of the page or document you were attempting to access. Be sure to …

THANK YOU, MAYFIELD! Capital Project approved by 63.8% of voters

The proposed $15.5 million capital project was APPROVED today. Turnout was light. Out of 213 votes cast (189 votes at the machine and 24 through absentee ballots), 136 community members supported the project and 77 voted against it. That is a 63.8 percent approval rate. “We are very pleased by the support from the community,” …

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