The last week before Christmas is always a magical time. Last minute holiday shoppers rush to get last minute specials; families begin preparing in earnest for get-togethers with food and fun; and area schools wind down Christmas concerts and plays and focus on celebrating in classrooms and assemblies.
This was certainly the case recently with Mansfield City Schools. Here are links to stories on the district webpage that talk about holiday events which have taken place over the last several days. Click on any title for the full story.
Three families in the Mansfield City Schools district, including nine children, will have a brighter Christmas, thanks to the generosity of Barrister Title Group employees.
There was no generation gap Tuesday morning when third-graders from Prospect and Woodland elementary schools made their annual holiday visit to Liberty Nursing Center on Lexington Avenue.
The staff at Malabar Intermediate School demonstrated again Tuesday morning the effort they put into creating a family-like environment throughout the building.
There were only eight people in the audience – the cafeteria staff and one boy’s grandmother – but Malabar Intermediate School’s handbell choir celebrated the holiday season in grand style early Monday morning.
Fun – and plenty of it – was the order of the day Friday morning at Sherman Elementary School.
The Mansfield High School symphonic choir recorded five songs at WMFD on Wednesday as part of the television station’s annual Holiday Spectacular.
The annual visit to Dayspring Assisted Living by Sherman Elementary School third-graders may be the most appreciated holiday celebration in Richland County.