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Jefferson To Speak At AALI Social

20 Jul , 2019  

Mansfield City Schools Superintendent Stan Jefferson will be a guest at this month’s African American Leadership Initiative (AALI) Social. The event will be held on July 26 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at the North End Community Improvement Collaborative.

Stan Jefferson is a former Mansfield Senior High administrator, social studies teacher, head Tyger football coach, and proud Tyger. He also served on The Ohio State University football coaching staff from 2004 to 2017. More…

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Schools

Malabar Window Replacement Hits Final Phase

18 Jul , 2019  

The third and final phase of window replacement at Malabar Intermediate School began on Monday. The project will complete major scheduled work at the 57-year-old building.

Phase III involves all three levels of classrooms facing the rear courtyard, as well as the library. “We started today and we’ll be finished by Aug. 21,” said John Wolfe, leader of a crew from All-Glass Systems in Mansfield. More…

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Jefferson Heralds The Return Of The Tyger Roar

15 Jul , 2019  

Superintendent-elect Stan Jefferson delivered a passionate address to business and community leaders last week, telling them Mansfield City Schools needs their involvement to achieve academic reform and build new elementary schools.

“Our goals and those of our entire community must be truly aligned,” Jefferson said during a luncheon meeting at WMFD-TV. “For us to survive and thrive we must work together. If our schools are striving for excellence and growing the community is striving for excellence and growing.” More…

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Downtown Merchants Launch Mansfield School Supply Drive

12 Jul , 2019  

Downtown Mansfield, Inc. has announced a collaborative downtown Mansfield School Supply Drive benefiting the Mansfield City Schools S.A.F.E Program. Participating downtown merchants will collect school supplies from July 15 to August 2. More…

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Malabar Launches Into Future Of School-Based Health Care

9 Jul , 2019  

Malabar Intermediate School is taking an aggressive approach to helping at-risk students – both in school and at home – through creation of a school-based health care clinic. Funded by a four-year state School Quality Improvement Grant, medical care at the clinic and home visits by two community health care workers will be provided by the Third Street Family Health Services in Mansfield. More…

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Summer Maintenance Underway In Mansfield Schools

30 Jun , 2019  

Even though children are elsewhere, it’s a busy summer at Mansfield City Schools.

The Raemelton administration building will be closed July 1-5 to allow district maintenance and custodial staffs to complete annual cleaning and repairs. More…

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Mansfield City Schools Set Key Dates For 2019-2020

25 Jun , 2019  

Important dates on the 2019-2020 Mansfield City Schools calendar have now been finalized. More…

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Mansfield Schools Free Lunches For Students Program To Continue

23 Jun , 2019  

A program that permitted Mansfield City Schools to serve free lunches to all students during the 2018-2019 school year, regardless of family income, proved to be a win for both students and the district.

Food service manager Lauren Moran said district cafeterias served an average of 2,500 lunches each day, an increase of about 150 over last year. Not only did more students each lunch, the district received an additional $200,000 in federal lunch reimbursement, more than offsetting the additional costs. More…

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Students In Need Receive Buddy Bags Via Altrusa International

7 Jun , 2019  

Altrusa International of Mansfield recently delivered 100 Buddy Bags for children served by Mansfield City Schools’ S.A.F.E. office (Student Achievement through Family Engagement).

The S.A.F.E. program aids homeless students and families, whether they are housed in shelters or doubled-up with relatives or friends. More…

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Retirees From Mansfield Schools Honored; Represent Over 900 Years Of Experience

3 Jun , 2019  

Thirty-seven retiring employees of Mansfield City Schools were thanked last week for the positive and lasting impact they made in the lives of thousands of students.

“I look around this room and see many years of service. I see the faces of many with whom I have worked for a long time,” Superintendent Brian Garverick said during a retirement reception in the Mansfield Senior High library. “Thank you for all you have done for Mansfield City Schools.” More…

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Senior Celebrates 150 Graduates On Saturday

27 May , 2019  

The Mansfield Senior High School Class of 2019 thanked their families, teachers and coaches Saturday morning before turning the page to the next chapter of their lives.

One hundred and fifty graduates received their diplomas during a 10 a.m. commencement in Pete Henry Gym. The class leaves with $3,008,176 in postsecondary scholarships. More…

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Tyger Seniors Walk District Halls On Thursday, Graduate On Saturday

24 May , 2019  

Members of the Mansfield Senior High Class of 2019 paraded through each of the district’s schools Thursday morning to the cheers and applause of students and staff who lined the hallways.

For most, the annual walkthrough was a nostalgic return to the elementary and intermediate buildings they once attended. More…

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Woodland Elementary Works To Ready Kids, Parents For The Summer

21 May , 2019  

Woodland Elementary School will welcome parents and guardians on Thursday for an evening of activities focused on maintaining students’ academic skills during June, July and August.

A flyer sent home with students says “Stay sharp over the summer with ideas from our Woodland Family Night, Thursday, May 23, 6 to 7:30 PM.”

The evening will include make-and-take math, reading and art activities. More…

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Mansfield City Schools Share Final Pre-Summer Month Activities

17 Apr , 2019  

Mansfield City Schools is looking ahead as spring continues and summer beckons. This week, they announced upcoming activities in district buildings.

To start off, all buildings will be closed April 19-26 during spring break. There will be 26 class days remaining when normal schedules resume on Monday, April 29.

Schools will be closed on Memorial Day, May 27. The last day for students will be Tuesday, June 4. More…

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