Alternative School Has New Home

21 Aug , 2017  

Lead teacher Sean Adams has a quick and firm response to anyone who thinks Mansfield City Schools’ Alternative School is simply a place for students to sit idly in detention.

“We’re here to meet all students’ needs, help make their school experience successful and get them on a path to graduation,” Adams said.

The Alternative School has relocated from the Hedges building on Mansfield’s east side to the 1300 wing of Mansfield Senior High, a move Adams welcomes. “Being in this building (Senior High) is a positive thing for our students,” Adams said. More…


Mansfield Schools For 2017-2018: Every Student, Every Day

17 Aug , 2017  

The Superintendent of Mansfield City Schools and the president of the Mansfield School Employees Association drove home the same point Tuesday morning during staff opening day.

They echoed the district’s rallying cry for 2017-2018 — “Every Student, Every Day” – to hundreds of employees assembled in the Mansfield Senior High auditorium. More…



Veteran Mansfield Schools Teacher Assumes Directors Role

12 Aug , 2017  

A veteran Mansfield City Schools teacher has joined the district’s administrative ranks as Director of Student Support Programs.

Holly Christie began her new role on Thursday at the Raemelton central office. More…


New Sherman Elementary Interim Principal Named

10 Aug , 2017  

The assistant principal of St. Julie Billiart School in Lyndurst, Ohio, has been selected to be interim principal of Sherman Elementary School for 2017-2018.

Michael Brennan also served as director of special education at the Catholic K-8 school whose stated mission is “to nurture and empower students with special learning needs.” More…



Back To School Countdown

8 Aug , 2017  

The pace of activity will pick up next week as Mansfield City Schools prepares for the start of school on Aug. 21. Here is a schedule of registration and orientation events over the next two weeks. More…


Special Board Meeting And Retreat Set

21 Jul , 2017  

The Mansfield City Schools Board of Education will have a special meeting/board retreat Friday and Saturday, July 21 and 22, at the Mohican State Lodge and Conference Center, 1098 Ashland CR 3006, Perrysville. More…


Board Votes 4-1 To Ban Cell Phone Use In Mansfield Schools

20 Jul , 2017  

A revised policy which prohibits students’ use of cellphones during the school day was approved by the Mansfield City Schools Board of Education Tuesday evening.

The policy governing “personal communication devices” was adopted on a 4-1 vote. Gary Feagin cast the lone opposition vote, saying the policy will be difficult to enforce. More…

Schools, Sports

Schools Set Mandatory Parent Meetings

19 Jul , 2017  

The Mansfield Senior High athletic office and Malabar Intermediate School have scheduled important parent/student meetings in August.

Parents of students in Senior High and Mansfield Middle School who plan to plan fall sports must attend a 6 p.m. meeting on Aug. 8 in the auditorium. More…


Free And Reduced Price Meal Policy Available

13 Jul , 2017  

Mansfield City Schools has announced its 2017-2018 program year policy for free and reduced-price meals for students unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast, After School Care Snack or Special Milk Program.

Each school office and the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. More…


Board To Hear Presentations, Consider Other Business

20 Jun , 2017  

The Mansfield City Schools Board of Education will hear two presentations when it meets in regular monthly session at 5:30 PM this evening, June 20. The session will be held at the Raemelton Administration Building, 856 West Cook Road. More…


New Excitement At Spanish Immersion School

17 Jun , 2017  

Expansion of the science lab, including installation of a 3D printer, and creation of an in-house, TV-type broadcast system are stirring excitement at Mansfield City Schools’ Spanish Immersion School.

The projects are made possible by a $21,433 Gorman Family Fund grant through the Richland County Foundation, school fundraisers and support from the Gimbel Foundation.  “We hope to have these projects completed and ready to go when students return to school on Aug. 21,” Principal Gabe Costa said. “They will offer new and exciting opportunities for our kids. We are very grateful for the grant support.” More…



New Principal At Springmill STEM Elementary

4 Jun , 2017  

David Gilbert will assume the duties of principal at Springmill STEM Elementary for 2017-2018 as the school expands to include both kindergarten and first grade.

Springmill, located at 1200 Nestor Drive, also will house the district’s pre-kindergarten program. Those classes previously were located at the Spanish Immersion School. More…