|It’s the little things that make for a beautiful Cornelia Connelly Day of Service|
Lauren Panajotovic ’19 and Collette Momartin ’19 spent the morning sorting, folding and hanging up crumpled clothes stashed in a bin at the St. Vincent de Paul Center. Their work was a bit monotonous and certainly not the mental challenge of an AP class. But it was good work, the girls said. Work that made them think about the importance of human dignity; work that made them understand how service is not glamorous or even fun. It’s work.
|Mayfield Cross Country team makes history|
The Mayfield Cross Country team is breaking records this season, taking first place in prestigious regional meets and earning widespread attention for their achievements and grit.
|Full-STEAM ahead! Kemi Ashing-Giwa '18 is among those leading the charge |
Kemi Ashing-Giwa '18 has been a member of the Girl Scouts robotics team “Rock n Roll Robots 25” for four years as the electronics lead, and aspires to become a neuroscientist or astronomer. At Mayfield, she also is the Arts Editor for Crossroads Yearbook, is co-lead of the Computer Coding Club, is a member of the Creative Writing Conservatory, the CalTech-sponsored Solar Energy Activity Lab team, the National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Federation. As the Mayfield Crier's founding science writer, we are proud to share Kemi’s student newspaper article with you.
|Here’s 3,540 ways (and counting) Mayfield freshmen and others make a difference|
During a non-stop morning of service, the Mayfield freshman class packed 3,540 bags of groceries at the Los Angeles Food Bank, the first time they showed their collective “Actions Not Words” spirit of our Holy Child motto.
But that was just the beginning of the service work already underway this year among our students.