Eighth-Graders at Pasadena’s Mayfield Junior School Lead Annual Harvest Festival, Funds Raised Benefit Non-Profits and Social Causes

Mayfield Junior School was buzzing with excitement on Halloween as the community hosted its annual Harvest Festival on campus. The festival is a yearly fundraising event organized entirely by the school’s eighth-graders. Students coordinate all planning activities, solicit donations from restaurants, businesses, and organizations, build booths, and market the event. The result was a festive atmosphere complete with a costume parade, haunted house, opportunity drawing, food, games, a bounce house, a dunk-less dunk tank, music, and more.

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Within Mayfield’s academic and faith program, students are challenged with active leadership and growth opportunities focused on bettering the world around them.

All funds raised benefit Mayfield’s Reach Out, a school-wide service-learning and community outreach program that educates students on the importance of social responsibility and a life-long commitment to contributing to the lives of others.

About Mayfield Junior School

Founded in 1931 by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, Mayfield Junior School is a leading Catholic Independent school serving kindergarten to eighth-grade students. Mayfield is distinguished by the Holy Child educational philosophy of Cornelia Connelly, the Society’s founder. Connelly’s pioneering belief of developing the whole child as an intellectual, spiritual, creative, and athletic person set the standard for Mayfield nearly 90 years ago. Located adjacent to historic Old Pasadena, Mayfield’s kindergarten, elementary, and middle school educational program best prepares students for high school and beyond. Learn more at www.mayfieldjs.org, or on Facebook and Instagram.

Mayfield Junior School, 405 South Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 796-2774 or visit www.mayfieldjs.org.






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