Mayfield’s graduation was different this year – the class of 60 students was broken up into three ceremonies, to comply with the governor’s dictate about a maximum of 150 people at graduations to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Each student received six tickets for guests. The guests sat at tables – spaced at least 10 feet apart – with the student’s name on them; the graduates sat in chairs at least six feet apart on the side of the stage.
Mayfield Nordic State Meet competitors came in second at the state meet held on Feb. 24 and 25 at the Harriet Hollister Spencer Recreation Area.
Kindergarten students and their families gathered to build gingerbread houses recently.
Mayfield Elementary School students donated hundreds of toys to the needy today as they stuff the "sleigh."
Grade 3 student Aurora Horne and her sister, Isabella, sort through the more than 300 donated food items.
Students carry gifts to donate to needy children during this "stuff the bus" event at the Jr./Sr. High School.
Veterans were honored during a celebration at the elementary school on Nov. 13.
Students get down to work in the new Arts in Business Pathway class.
The new school year is off to a great start!
Everyone's smiles on the first day of school!
Best Buds was a success this year!. Mayfield sixth graders partnered with the HFM BOCES Special Education classes at the Elementary School to pilot the “Best Buds” program.