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Scripps Spelling List

There is a plethora of websites that offer spelling bee preparation, and we encourage students to take advantage of these resources.   The link below will take you to the digital version of Spell It!, the official Scripps spelling guide for school champions and provided by Merriam-Webster.

Spell It!

Below, please find the official study list from Scripps to be used for school spelling bees.

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Class Syllabi and Policies

Attached are the class syllabi for all grades as well as the Classroom Policies and Expectations for LCP. Read more

Summer 2017 Reading Lists

Click on the appropriate attachment below to view/download your child's summer reading list.

Book Reports

Students are required to submit a book report on the optional summer reading book.  Students entering 3rd through 5th should download the form 'Book Report Form (3-5)'; students entering 6th through 8th should download the form 'Book Report Form (6-8).'  Both forms are posted below.

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Mayfield Junior School's High School Options Fair

Event Date and Time: 
Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Mayfield Junior School will host a High School Options Fair on Wednesday, October 5 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Fair, open to all seventh and eighth grade students in the San Gabriel Valley, offers an opportunity to meet representatives from many prestigious high schools in the greater Los Angeles area and beyond. Read more

Required Textbooks for LCP

Click on the links below to see the lists of required textbooks and reference books for LCP students in the fall. Read more

Ninth-Annual LCP Open Begins

Heart-o-Grams and Student Council Continue Legacy of Success

Begun by the student council in 2001 by then President Holly Brandon and Vice-President Greg Asatrian, Heart-o-Grams have been a major student fundraiser for fourteen years now. Read more

Lana Lim Competes at Regional Bee

Science Fair Awards

Two special awards assemblies were held on Friday, February 6th, to recognize all the students who participated in this year’s science fair. The first, held at 1:30 p.m., recognized the 120 students in kindergarten through second-grade who voluntarily presented a project. The second, at 2:45 p.m., recognized the top three projects in third, fifth and seventh grades along with honorable mentions and merit award winners. Read more

Fifteenth-Annual Science Fair

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