Class Reunion

The Symsonia High School class of 1960 recently held their 57th class reunion at Majestic Family Steakhouse in Mayfield. Those attending are pictured front row from left: Sandra Reid Marshall, Dorothy Carlisle, Patricia Butler, and Charla Collier Cash; (second row) Joan Carlisle Rhew, Ronnie Freeman, Linnard Gibson, Janis Shelton Strong, Tally Holshouser, Linda Richardson Richerson; (back row) James Allen Rhew, Billy Farmer, Jerald Ellington, Kenneth Heath, Myron Ray and Bruce Copeland. Photo provided


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Class reunion
The Symsonia High School class of 1960 recently held its 57th class reunion at Majestic Family Steakhouse in Mayfield. Those attending are, front row from left: Sandra Reid Marshall, Dorothy Carlisle, . . . more »


Perfect attendance

Mayfield Elementary School's first perfect attendance winner for month one, August 9-30, was Mollie Canter, a third grade student in Jana Smith's classroom. Mollie, who did not miss a minute of school, received $50. She is shown with her dad, Brad Canter, and principal Heather Dublin, who presented her the check. Photo provided


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Mayfield Elementary School's first perfect attendance winner for month one, August 9-30, was Mollie Canter, a third grade student in Jana Smith's classroom. Mollie, who did not miss a minute of school, received . . . more »


There's No Place Like Home

Follow the yellow brick road and you will find this unique haybale creation portraying, "The Wizard of Oz." Jerry Youngblood and his family create haybale art each year with a 'Fall/Halloween' theme. Youngblood, along with the help of his daughter, Holly Looper, and grandchildren spend countless hours designing the display located at 78 Thomas Road off KY 384 (New Dublin Road). This has become a family tradition starting 7 years ago. AMY ROACH/The Mayfield Messenger


AMY ROACH/The Mayfield Messenger
Follow the yellow brick road and you will find this unique haybale creation portraying "The Wizard of Oz." Jerry Youngblood and his family create haybale art each year with a Fall/Halloween theme. . . . more »


Leaders of the Month

Mayfield Elementary School is proud to announce the September 2017 Leaders of the Month. In order to be chosen for Leader of the Month, the student must exhibit the leadership skill set forth for that particular month. The leadership skill for September was "Comes Prepared," and one student was chosen by their teacher from each homeroom. Congratulations to all these students for being selected and for coming to school prepared every day! Pictured are the students chosen. They are listed in random order by grade, not as pictured. Kindergarten: Darryl "DJ" Allen III, Layla Cook, Yanilen Garcia Santoyo, Colson Dowdy, T'ariq "TJ" Nash, Gabriel Ruelas Aguirre and Gabriella Trent; (First Grade) Alexis Farmer, La'Cedric Richardson, Karch Duke, Mason McClure, Mark Carter Jr., Daniel Tecum, Brilee Vessels and Andrea Sanchez Villagomez; (Second Grade) Lilith Lay, Adisynne Owens, Emily Ellison, Ruby Matias, Kennedy Burgin and Kaelyn Velazquez Ponce; (Third Grade) Gabriella "Gabby" Oxx Albright, Joseph Ramos, Eli Miller, Sofia Castillo, Alondra Madera, Alexa Esparza and Edderly Josue Hernandez; (Fourth Grade) Ubah Abdullahi, Mariana Oronia, Ava Matthews, Gray Robbins, Roselia Gabriel Velazquez and Olivia Green. Photo provided


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Leaders of the Month
Mayfield Elementary School is proud to announce the September 2017 Leaders of the Month. In order to be chosen for Leader of the Month, the student must exhibit the leadership skill "Comes . . . more »