|Mayfield links stage to classroom in our riveting spring production|
In an interdisciplinary undertaking that began in English classes and culminated on stage, Mayfield students experienced an immersive theatre studies lesson with their spellbinding spring drama production of the The Main, based on Arthur Miller’s classic, The Crucible.
|Bishop O’Connell to students: Talk to Jesus like you would a friend|
“Talk to Jesus. Talk to him like you would a friend,” said Bishop David O’Connell, who celebrated Ash Wednesday Mass at Mayfield, urging students to pray with open hearts.
Mayfield was privileged to welcome Bishop O’Connell
, of the San Gabriel Pastoral Region, whose gentle words spoke of the transformative power of prayer to “Change our Hearts,” the theme of the Mass. “In this Mass we are asking Jesus to change our hearts. The first thing the Lord Jesus wants for us is to experience his love in our hearts.”
|Mayfield writers and artists win 41 awards in prestigious competition|
They wrote from their hearts, explored what it means to be a teenager and delved into societal attitudes about children. Others took up their camera or paintbrush to capture a moment in time. For their excellence in poetry, storytelling and the visual arts, 12 outstanding Mayfield students have won 41 awards and honors in a national contest.