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Spanish Immersion School Expands

2 Jun , 2017  

Mansfield City Schools’ Spanish Immersion School will expand to seventh and eighth grades for the 2017-2018 school year.

“Spanish Immersion is an award-winning school that has achieved significant growth since its inception in 2008. We are pleased to announce the addition of grades seven and eight,” Superintendent Brian Garverick said. More…

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Thousand-Plus Middle Schoolers Join In LeaderRichland Event

28 May , 2017  

It was another successful year for LeaderRichland, as the Mansfield campus welcomed more than a thousand 7th- and 8th-grade students from Richland and Crawford County schools. LeaderRichland encourages students to pursue career and educational goals available in Richland County across many sectors.

The students had an opportunity to meet Richland County business and community leaders during the three-day event. Approximately 50 different community presenters spoke about their careers in skilled trades, finance, services, healthcare, education, non-profits, and manufacturing. More…

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Mansfield Schools 2017-2018 Calendar Set

26 May , 2017  

The first day of school for Mansfield City Schools students will be Monday, Aug. 21.

When the 2017-2018 calendar was approved by the board of education in February professional development days for teachers and staff — when students are not in school — had not been determined. More…

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Four Internships Fuel OSU Mansfield Sophomore

24 May , 2017  

The name Austin Mabe will be one to remember. He will help change the world, starting right here in Mansfield. The Ohio State University at Mansfield social work major has devoted much of his college career to making sure he is well-versed in the business field. He is only a sophomore, and yet, he has already accomplished four internships. More…

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Class Of 2030 Receives Diplomas — Yes, 2030!

21 May , 2017  

While the Mansfield Senior High Class of 2017 was celebrating Class Day Thursday afternoon barely a half mile away the Class of 2030 was receiving diplomas of its own.

Ninety-nine children clutched handmade diplomas during morning and afternoon programs that drew large turnouts of parents, grandparents and friends at the Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center, 890 W. Fourth St. Classes paraded in a “grand promenade” to the recorded strains of “Pomp and Circumstance” as cameras flashed and recorded videos. More…

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OSUMansfield Offers Summer Fun Day Camps

20 May , 2017  

Children in grades K-8 can choose from several day camps this summer, sponsored by The Ohio State University at Mansfield Education: Teaching and Learning. Camps include: More…

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Mansfield Senior Graduates 168 On Saturday

19 May , 2017  

Mansfield Senior High School celebrated its annual Class Day Thursday afternoon, setting the stage for Saturday’s 10:30 a.m. commencement in Pete Henry Gym.

The Class of 2017 – numbering 168 on the list of graduates approved by the board of education this week – was attired in caps and gowns as a multitude of scholarship awards were presented. A class total is expected to be announced on Saturday. More…

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Board To Hear About Springmill STEM Elementary

16 May , 2017  

A presentation about Springmill STEM Elementary School and four administrative job descriptions will be on the agenda Tuesday evening, May 16, when the Mansfield City Schools Board of Education meets in regular monthly session. More…

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Bike Rodeo At Sherman

13 May , 2017  

Overcast skies and a chilly breeze did not dampen the enthusiasm at Sherman Elementary School’s second-grade bicycle rodeo Friday morning. The annual event teaches safety and correct riding techniques and encourages physical fitness. More…

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OSUM Professor Receives $25K Grant For Community Focused Project

12 May , 2017  

The Ohio State University Mansfield has announced that faculty member Kip Curtis has been awarded a $25,000 Connect and Collaborate Grant from the university. More…

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State Representative Visits Malabar Intermediate

9 May , 2017  

State Rep. Mark Romanchuk of Ontario heard about challenges facing educators and out-of-the-building opportunities for students during a visit to Malabar Intermediate School on Monday.

Romanchuk, whose Ohio House District 2 encompasses all of Richland County, met with administrators before touring the building with Principal Andrea Moyer. “A big part of our day, in addition to academics, is getting kids ready to learn,” Moyer said, noting the building’s enrollment of 725 in fourth, fifth and sixth grades. More…

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NCSC President Completes Seminar In Russia

9 May , 2017  

Dr. Dorey Diab, President of North Central State College, recently completed a two-week Community College Administrators Seminar in Russia as a one of six community college administrators from the United States. Participants were selected by The J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board in Washington D.C. More…