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District News
Mayfield High named among the best high schools in the nation
MAYFIELD PROUD: U.S. News & World Report examines 19,400 high schools. Mayfield ranked among the top 24% of U.S. high schools  
YOUR MAYFIELD SCHOOLS: Fall 2014 - Read the latest news from across our schools
Learn more about our Quality Profile, State report card, Alumni Hall of Fame, Citizen of the Year and more... 
Mayfield Middle School begins district's STEM era; classes emphasize problem solving, technology
Sun News article tells the story of how Mayfield is teaching our students for their bright futures 
Gates Mills student wins coveted prize: Superintendent For The Day
Student reads four books, 1,000 pages over four weeks during annual Read-A-Thon  
2014 Mayfield Quality Profile
A report to the community about the educational value of Mayfield City Schools 
MMS students hear an important message: "Take a Stand Against Bullying"
MMS School Counseling Department offers students a series of programs to develop  social and emotional needs 
Village Quilters teach Center Elementary students the art of quilting for a cause
For three decades, students and Village Quilters have stitched together  
Therese Razzante named 2014 Citizen of the Year for her tireless volunteerism and Mayfield spirit
Started volunteering for Mayfield in high school, hasn't stopped
 
 
Alumni Hall of Fame inductees and Citizen of the Year honored by district
Nancy West, Class of 1955; Walter Podgurski, Class of 1965; Cathy Sila, Class of 1973; Ben Grasso, Class of 1998; Citizen of the Year, Therese Razzante 
READY. SET. LEARN. Middle School STEM2M students begin engineering experiments

As soon as the 8th grade Middle School students buttoned up their STEM2M lab coats, they were ready to learn.

Today, on the first day of school, 25 students in the STEM2M "Center for Innovation" classroom explored a lesson in engineering. In 18 minutes, student teams collaborated to erect a tower from dried spaghetti noodles, 36 inches of masking tape and one marshmallow. The highest tower measured 75 inches.
 
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