Assistant Superintendent

Assistant Superintendent

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Dr. Michael Barnes
Assistant Superintendent and Director of Human Resources and Business Services

1101 S.O.M Center Road
Mayfield Hts., OH 44124

Phone: (440) 995-7225 

Office of the Assistant Superintendent

Diane Rowe - Administrative Assistant/Certified Employees
Kim Homrock - Administrative Assistant/Classified Employees
For Substitute information:
Susan Seifried - Administrative Assistant

Certified Substitute Teachers

Beginning with the 2017/2018 school year the Mayfield City School District will be utilizing the services of the North Coast Shared Services Alliance for our Certified Substitute Teachers.

To begin the process to be a substitute teacher for the Mayfield City Schools for the 2017/2018, please click here to visit the NCSSA website. Once you are on the NCSSA home page, please click on the NCSAA Application button to complete the NCSSA application. After you submit an application, you will be contacted for a phone interview by a representative of the NCSSA.

If you any questions regarding our new process, please contact Cari Wiley at 330-723-6393, ext. 140.

Non-teaching substitutes needed

For the 2017/2018 School Year

Please be advised that the Mayfield City School District is currently seeking applicants for the classified substitute list for next school year. Our classified sub list consists of working as a Building Monitor, Instructional Assistant, Job Trainer, Secretary, Library Assistant, Healthcare Paraprofessional and/or Food Service employee. Subbing in these categories does not require an educational degree.

If you are interested in subbing on an as-needed basis, please complete an application on our website and you will be contacted to schedule an interview and to complete the paperwork process. If you have any questions, please contact Susan Seifried in the Human Resources Department at 440-995-7226 for details.

Business Services Information

Business Services, along with Finance (Treasurer's Office), Personnel, Curriculum, Public Relations, and Special Pupil Services, are major departments of the central administration of the Mayfield City School District. The Business Services Department consists of four major divisions: Business Administration (Office of the Director of Business Services), Food Services, Buildings and Grounds, and Transportation.

Broadly stated, the Business Services Department serves and supports the educational mission, goals, and objectives of the school district embodied in the slogan – Every Student - Every Day . This entails transporting pupils to and from school, including field trips and athletic events, administering the school lunch program, and operating and maintaining the district's school buildings.

Did you know?

The District's 4100+ students are educated in school buildings comprising more than 850,000 square feet, and are situated on approximately 120 acres in four communities: Gates Mills, Mayfield Village, Mayfield Heights, and Highland Heights.

These facilities are maintained by the 51 employees of the Buildings & Grounds Division. Thanks to the past generosity of Mayfield School District citizens, the District is embarking on facility additions and renovations at Mayfield High School, Mayfield Middle School, Center Elementary and Millridge Elementary schools. As a result of these renovations, the school buildings will be more efficient, better able to deliver curricular programming, and will be much safer for students, staff and visitors. Gates Mills Elementary School enjoyed renovations several years ago, and Lander Elementary School's additions and renovations were completed in the summer of 2010. The upcoming renovations will be completed within two years.

The District provides transportation services throughout approximately 28 square miles to over 2,500 students daily to and from 20 different public and non-public schools using 59 buses and 3 vans. Services include transport to & from: school, numerous locations to serve special pupil education needs, and hundred of athletic and academic field trips and events. The Transportation Division has 57 employees. Vehicle maintenance is performed largely in-house by the district's three mechanics.

Food Service Division, provides over 200,000 nutritious meals annually to the district's students and staff. Food Services employs 31 staff and is entirely self-supporting and does not rely on district subsidies!

The Business Services Department also manages processes that enhance the safety of students, staff, and visitors on school district property.

While "Every Kid, Every Day" is our core mission, safety is one cornerstone of Mayfield's Quality Initiative. We will maintain a safety and health program conforming to the very best standards and practices of Ohio Schools.


New Hire Paperwork

Please review the following and bring the additional information with you at the beginning of the hiring process.
Updated 4/11/2017

Business Services Forms

Standardized process and form for requesting facilities improvements and repairs.
Standardized process & form to request furnishings & fixed, non-instructional equipment.
Schematic demonstrating which process to follow when purchasing goods, services, and equipment.
FAQ of Parents Questions & Answers


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