Schools, Sports

Hitting The Target At The Spanish Immersion School

12 Dec , 2017  

Students are used to striving for academic targets. Next year, however, they may be interested in targets of a different kind.

If all goes as planned, the Spanish Immersion School will begin a second-semester archery program as part of its physical education class for seventh- and eighth-graders. More…

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Schools

Mansfield School One Of Four Statewide Named As High Performing School Of Honor

15 Nov , 2017  

Ohio is recognizing 12 schools today for maintaining high academic achievement among their students, including many from economically disadvantaged circumstances that can make learning difficult. The Ohio Department of Education named two Schools of Promise, four High Performing Schools of Honor and nine High Progress Schools of Honor. Each program has its own criteria. Two schools received more than one award.

Included among the four High Performing Schools of Honor was Mansfield’s Spanish Immersion School. More…

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Schools

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…

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Schools

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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