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Mansfield Schools Superintendent Addresses Families Of ECOT Students

24 Jan , 2018  

Mansfield City Schools Superintendent Brian Garverick has reached out to families of students affected by the closing of ECOT, the online Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow.

Thousands of former ECOT students statewide, including scores in the Mansfield area, suddenly face uncertainty about their education. Garverick has offered Mansfield City Schools’ assistance in the following letter to ECOT families:

Dear Parent/Guardian:

It is unfortunate that your children’s/child’s current school option ECOT, has closed their doors.

I am writing to you today to let you and your family know that the Mansfield City Schools family has always cared about your educational experience and we are here for you during this time of uncertainty.

Mansfield City Schools offers a high-quality educational experience that can meet your individual needs. From credit recovery to advanced coursework, the use of technology and an incredibly caring staff, we can help you continue with your educational goals with the least amount of inconvenience to your family. We also offer a wide range of co- and extracurricular activities.

We would like to set up a time to talk with you about enrollment in our schools and how we can help you achieve your specific educational needs. Please contact us as soon as possible at 419-525- 6400 to confirm your school of attendance. We will work to get you back into a stable education setting as quickly as possible.

School — Grade Level

  • Prospect Elementary Kg – 3
  • Woodland Elementary Kg – 3
  • Sherman Elementary Kg – 3
  • Springmill STEM Elementary Kg – 1
  • Spanish Immersion Kg – 1
  • Malabar Intermediate School 4 – 6
  • Mansfield Middle School 7 – 8
  • Mansfield Senior High School 9 – 12

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): Families Affected by a Community School Closure

Respectfully,

Brian Garverick
Superintendent
Mansfield City Schools

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