Jr./Sr. High School students “stuff a bus” to help needy children in the area

They lined up like little elves behind the white Salvation Army bus – each student carrying a gift to put in the back. Grades 7 and 8 students “stuffed the bus” with dozens of unwrapped toys as part of a fundraiser for the Salvation Army of Fulton and Montgomery Counties. These toys will be distributed …

Mayfield Elementary welcomes vets for a celebration

Elementary students ate breakfast with veterans and put on performances for them during the Veterans Day celebration at the school on Wednesday, Nov. 13. This was the first Veterans Day celebration to be held at Mayfield Elementary in a number of years. The assembly was followed by a breakfast for the more than 50 veterans …

Can you bring in a crock pot of Chili or Mac and Cheese for an Arts in Business backpack program fundraiser?

Mayfield’s Arts in Business class is working with the backpack program on a fundraiser and we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to bring in a crock pot of chili or mac and cheese on Monday, December 16. Our inaugural “cook off” will take place in the Mayfield Junior-Senior High School cafeteria from …

Marriana Mattice wins Leonard Bus competition, receives a scholarship

Senior Marriana Mattice, one of Jeremy Lebediker’s advanced art students, was recently selected as the winner of the 2019 Leonard Bus Sales “A Day in the Life of a School Bus” Art Competition! After reviewing the work of many talented artists from across the state, Stacey Bruce, Director of Business Integration for Leonard, and the …

Fight Flu at Home and School

Fight Flu at Home and School Flu, or influenza, spreads easily and can make people very sick, especially kids. You can help stop flu! Flu symptoms include: Fever or chills, body aches, cough, sore throat, headache, runny or stuffy nose, feeling very tired. Some people, especially children, may have stomach problems and diarrhea. Unlike a …

Second annual Fun Run set for Oct. 19 by Mayfield Cross Country team

The Mayfield Cross Country team is hosting its second annual fun run for kids as a fundraiser for the program on Saturday, Oct. 19 behind the elementary school. There will be a 1 mile race, a 1/2 mile race and a toddler sprint race. Day of race registration only, $5 per child, ages 1-12. Registration …

Elementary students participate in the Read for Ronald McDonald House Program

Elementary students, prompted by their own Queen Hitrick, from the Great Land of Mayfield at last week’s assembly, is participating in the Read for Ronald McDonald House Program. Students learned about the Ronald McDonald House and the Read for Ronald McDonald House Program.  The Ronald McDonald House is a set of houses in Albany that …

Arts in Business Pathway off to a strong start; 17 students are participating

The Mayfield Arts in Business Pathway is well underway for the 2019-2020 school year.   Seventeen students have opted for this valuable opportunity by taking the inaugural Arts in Business class.   Mostly freshman, these students now have the opportunity to learn about several different art-related careers directly from local professionals and, through project-based Learning, will also …

The 2019-20 school year has begun at Mayfield; hundreds of students return for an active year ahead!

Mayfield elementary students were greeted with signs, held by staff and PTA members as well as local police and firefighters, encouraging them to have the best year ahead while Jr./Sr. High School students got right into their studies on the first day of school.  Here are a few images from opening day, 2019, at both …

Christopher Harper hits the ground running as Mayfield’s new superintendent

All Means All Those three words adorn Christopher Harper’s office wall, placed above the district’s Mission Statement.  The last sentence of the Mission Statement states that “All students can learn.” All Means All emphasizes and complements that final sentence: Every – Single – Student at Mayfield can learn. “The mission statement is very inspiring and …

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