PTSO "Holiday Sale"
November 7, 2011 The Mayfield PTSO (Parent Teacher Student Organization) is holding it's annual "Holiday Sale". You can help to support this organization by ordering from a variety of Panther apparel including shirts, jackets, sweatshirts, hats, blankets and scarves. Click on the link to see the order form. (Word|PDF). Orders are due by November 22 and should be dropped off in the main office. Payments can also be made to the main office. Your items will be delivered the week of December 20.
HFM BOCES ConnectEd
November 1, 2011 HFM BOCES Offers an e-mail based Newsletter to the community with topics from the Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery education community. The November 2011 issue can be viewed here, as well as in PDF or Word 2007.
2011 Frostbite 5k Planned
October 12, 2011 The Mayfield chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions has planned it's annual Frostbite 5k Fundraiser event. This year's event is scheduled for November 19. Registration is $15 if done by November 16 or $18 on race day. Please come and join the fun. Click here to get the registration flyer.
Education and Economic Development Summit
October 5, 2011 The HFM BOCES will be hosting the Education & Economic Development Summit on November 3, 2011 from 6 to 9:30 pm. READ MORE
Third Grade Teacher toured Europe this summer
September 8, 2011
grade teacher Samantha Phillips will be developing new curriculum this
year on 'East Central European' cultural communities. This is thanks to
her amazing experience this summer in Prague, Budapest, Berlin and
Krakow for Cornell Institute of European Studies educator tour. The tour
was part of the institute's ongoing "Getting to Know the New Europe"
community outreach project. The project, thanks to a grant from the
European Commission, was designed to improve the understanding of
politics, social diversity and culture of such East Central European
countries as the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, and to improve K-12
instruction about Europe by promoting new course material aligned with
the NY State Common Core Standards and history curriculum requirements.
Phillips described her trip "as a truly memorable experience that will
enrich her curriculum and enable her students to develop an
understanding of countries they may have never even heard of".
Cornell University Chronicle article:
Back to school Message for Students and
September 6, 2011 New York State Education Commissioner John B. King has posted a Back to School message for students and parents.
The message for students is “Work Hard, Get Smart.” Commissioner King asks students to think about challenging themselves with reading and writing this year and to make a persuasive argument on a topic they really believe using evidence to make their case. King urges parents to “dive into their students’ school experience.” He suggests that parents ask their children, “What did you learn today? What does that mean?” He asks both students and parents to “take every advantage of the learning opportunities in the year ahead.”
If you would like to see the video, please go to: http://engageny.org/resource/back-to-school-message-for-students-and-parents/
ASVAB Testing for all Sophomores
High School Auditorium
Friday, November 18th , periods 1 – 4