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An update about COVID-19 and how it relates to Mayfield City Schools

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FREE & REDUCED Nutrition Assistance for Mayfield students FREE & REDUCED Nutrition Assistance for Mayfield students

Lunch distribution for eligible Mayfield students through May 1st Read More


Information from Lakeland that was to be presented at the College Articulation Night:
EXCEL TECC COLLEGE ARTICULATION NIGHT  Thursday March 12 - 2020 6:30-8:30pm Mayfield High School Auditorium 6116 Wilson Mills Road - Mayfield Vlg 44143
Junior and senior students and their parents/guardians are invited to attend this evening to learn how to claim college credits attached to their career technical programs. There will be an overview of all college credits offered in career technical programs: Tech Prep; CT2 - redeemable at all OH public colleges/universities; independent articulation agreements with Kent State University and University of Akron. Representatives from Lakeland Community College and Cuyahoga Community College will be on hand to explain procedures.
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Attention: Cosmetology Customers

To all potential Cosmetology clinic customers: If you are feeling ill or exhibiting symptoms such as runny nose, fever, coughing or sneezing, we would ask that you cancel any scheduled appointments and not come to the Mayfield Cosmetology clinic. The health and safety of our Cosmetology students is of the utmost concern. Thank you.


Congratulation to the following Environmental Education students who won SECOND PLACE TEAM at the recent District Floriculture contest at Marlington Career Center:
*Sarah Fielding [South, JR]
*Micayla Schlesinger [Mayfield, SR]
*Justin Elliott [Mayfield, JR]
*Ashton Kerr [South, JR]
Sarah also placed second individually and Micayla placed fifth individually.
The team continues on to State competition at Ohio State ATI in April - Good Luck! 


Congratulations to the following students in the Business Academy program who earned FIRST Place out of 37 schools at the Veale Foundation's THINK BIG Summit housed at Case Western Reserve University. The students came home with the prize of $50.00 each. Instructor Lisa Simon receives credit for hard work put forth to help students achieve success. The winnning team includes:
*Niah Johnson - Brush
*Emma Elliott - Mayfield
*Dominic Niro - South
*Pascal Morris-Barrie - Orange
*Victor Ononogbo - Orange
*Lauren Kretschman - West Geauga
*J.T. (Joshua) Marting - Chagrin Falls 


A second round of letters for acceptance into Excel TECC programs for the 2020-20201 SCHOOL YEAR have gone out...Please return Confirmation Contract and registration form by Thursday 19 March to reserve your slot.
Openings may be available in some programs in March - please see your counselor for information.
Browse our website for information on programs, college credit, events, etc

SkillsUSA Regional Winners - on to State!

Congratulations to the following students who earned medals at the SkillsUSA Regional contest held February 22 at the Medina County Career Center:
*Icarus Fernandes [Solon] senior in CADD - Silver medal for Architectural Drafting;
*Aidan Mann [West Geauga] senior in ITP - Silver medal for Information Technology Services;
*Eva Tchicaya [Mayfield] junior in ITP - Silver Medal in Extemporaneous Speaking;
*Cheyenne Earl [North] senior in Fire/EMS Training Academy - Silver medal in First Aid/CPR - this is Cheyenne's second consecutive Regional Championship...she is also the defending State Champion, having earned Gold in First Aid/CPR last year as a junior and placing in the top 25 in the country at the National Championships;
*Bridgette Karr [North] junior in Fire/EMS - Bronze medal in Prepared Speech.
These five champions will join other state qualifiers at the SkillsUSA Ohio contest on April 7-8 in Columbus. Best of luck to all!
Photo [L-R]: Icarus, Aidan, Eva, Cheyenne and Bridgette 

STUDIO ART: Accepted in BAC Juried Show

Congratulations to Jon Jackson, a Brush student in the Studio Art & Design program who had two works accepted into the Ileen Kelner Juried High School Art Show sponsored by the Beachwood Arts Council. Jon's works were two of the eight awards from 86 entries, and were for 2nd Place and an Honorable Mention. The show is exhibited from 9 February through 1 March 2020 at the Beachwood Community Center. For more information, click here to visit the Beachwood Arts Council website.


Congratulations to the 2020 DECA District Champions from Business Academy. The following students will be advancing to the State DECA Career Development Conference in March:
FIRST PLACE: *Michael Beckham [Richmond] for Priniciples of Hospitality and Tourism; *Nicholas Maurer [Mayfield] for Business Finance
SECOND PLACE: *Rayna Williamson [Richmond] for Principles of Marketing; *Elizabeth Howell [Solon] for Business Services
THIRD PLACE: *Dylan Miller [North] for Principles of Marketing; *Julius Jofferion [Brush] for Accounting Applications; *Emma Elliott [Mayfield] for Retail Merchandising; *Joshua Marting [Chagrin Falls] and [Mayfield] for Financial Services Team Event
FOURTH PLACE: *Joseph Shamosh [Solon] for Entrepreneurship
FIFTH PLACE: *Kayla Goodman [Orange] for Food Marketing
Photo: back row-Rayna and Michael; middle row-J.T., Dylan and Anthony; front row-Joseph and Emma 

STUDIO ART: Regional Gold Key - on to Nationals

Congratulations to Annatta Baltrunas [North high school] who received a Gold Key award at the Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Exhibition. Her photograph, titled 'Being un-content', was among 141 Gold Keys awarded from the 2,164 student works entered. Annatta's piece will trave lto NYC to compete in the National Scholastic Art & Writing final judging.
 'Being un-content'

TECC in the News: TEACH Program in Beachcomber

Excel TECC's TEACH program, housed at Beachwood high school, was recently featured in the Beachwood district's newsletter, the Beachcomber.

Congratulations CULINARY ARTS Program - ProStart School of Distinction

Congratulations to the Culinary Arts program and teachers, Chef Kortez Wilson and Stephanie Czech, for their award of the 2018-2019 ProStart School of Distinction. To earn this award, a program must have at least 70 percent of their students pass level 1 and level 2 exams in a school year. Culinary Arts is housed at Beachwood high school and students run the Beachwood Bistro restaurant.


CONGRATULATIONS to the 2019 graduated seniors in the Cosmetology classes of Mayfield and Willoughby-Eastlake - 100% have obtained their Cosmetology license! Recognition goes to their teachers: Maryanne Hummell and Debby Kall of the Mayfield program and Mindy Montello and PJ Teske of the Willoughby-Eastlake program for their inspiration and guidance of their students.


Families enjoyed the Fall Fest 2019 on Saturday October 5 at the Gates Mills Environmental Education Center. The Fest is sponsored by the Wildcat Community Foundation and Mayfield City Schools. Attendees enjoyed games, hayrides, a craft fair and a costume contest. Congratulations to the costume winners. Thank you to all who came and to board of education members who judged the costume contest.

Excel TECC @ SkillsUSA 2019 National Competition

During the week of June 24-28, 2019, six Excel TECC students represented Ohio at the 2019 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Championships in Louisville KY. This year there were more than 6,400 contestants in 108 separate events. Each individual or team competed in a pool of contestants who represent state champions of every state and territory of the United States. Excel TECC students were:
-Cheyenne Earl, North high school in Fire/EMS program - competed in First Aid-CPR/EMT.
-Team of Luke Sarris and Joey Suchy from the CADD program, competed in Additive Manufacturing and finished 17th nationally.
-Madison Basak, Mayfield high school in Fire/EMS program finished 4th in Professional Job Interview event; this was Madison's second consecutive National Finalist finish after earning the National Silver Medal for 2nd place in 2018.
- Team of Blaise Lombardo [South high school] and Chris Seitz [Mayfield] of the ITP program, earned 4th place nationally in Web Design contest.
Congratulations to all on a job well done!! 


Read our special report to learn how our capital improvements support All-Access Learning Read More


Excel TECC seniors gathered on Tuesday May 14 at Landerhaven in Mayfield Heights for a luncheon celebration of their program completion. 
The 470 seniors in the Class of 2019 have garnered many awards and accomplishments through competitions and work experiences, as well as earning $10,870,022 in scholarship offers. They received their certificates of completion at the event. 


Our sixth Mayfield Quality Profile 2019 gives an in-depth look at what we are doing to prepare our students - beyond standardized tests - for their world and their future. Read More


Congratulations to the 90 students who were inducted into the National  Technical Honor Scociety [NTHS] on Tuesday Aprl 23 in a ceremony at  Mayfield high school. The inductees represented all ten consortium  districts, all eleven consortium high schools and seventeen different programs. To qualify for  membership in NTHS students must have a 3.5 overall GPA and an 'A'  average in their career technical program. Students complete an  application packet which includes an essay on the attributes of an honor  student: Skill, Honesty, Service, Responsibility, Scholarship,  Citizenship and Leadership. The ceremony was followed by a reception.
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