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Mansfield High School (Grades 9-12)
250 East Street, Mansfield, MA 02048
Phone:  (508) 261-7540  Fax:  (508) 339-0259
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Academic Expectations:


The Mansfield High School student will communicate effectively.


The Mansfield High School student will analyze information from text and other media sources.


The Mansfield High School student will access information from text and other media sources.


The Mansfield High School student will solve problems and create solutions using curiosity, imagination, and critical thinking skills.


The Mansfield High School student will use technology effectively.


Social and Civic Expectations:

The Mansfield High School student collaborates with others to a productive end, leads by influence and example, and demonstrates personal and global responsibility.

A recognized school of excellence.

U. S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School Program


Mansfield 2014 State Accountability Report Cards

Mansfield High School Accountability Report Report Card Overview Complete Report Card
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Mansfield Percussion and Winter Guard

"Houston: we have a Champion"

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WGI World Championships.

Photos from their send-off performance.


Congratulations! WGI World Champions

1 Mansfield HS (Mansfield, Massachusetts) 93.300
2 New Philadelphia HS (New Philadelphia, Ohio) 92.525
3 Corinth Holders HS (Wendell, North Carolina) 88.450

Editors note: Matt Garvin, front right (on the floor) holds two championships,

He was a member of the Division Two State Champion football team and the WGI World Champion Percussion Ensemble.

World Language Week



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Mansfield High School Hosts Rivera Traveling Exhibit


    During the week of March 30th, Mansfield High School displayed a Teacher’s Discovery Traveling Exhibit featuring the spectacular murals of Diego Rivera, considered a national treasure of Mexico. Featuring the beautiful “Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park,” the exhibit celebrated art, Spanish language, Mexican culture and history.
    The exhibit also featured a scene from a mural painted in the University at Chapingo in Mexico in 1926 as well as a wonderful selection, called The Flower Vendor from the series that featured calla lilies and native Mexicans.
    In celebration of National Foreign Language Week, students enjoyed: 

* Trivia questions and fun facts about languages.
* Large maps showing where MHS teachers have traveled.
* Creating class murals by Diego Rivera and Picasso

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Photos from World Language Week



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Contestents; not in order 

Jake Alexander, David Bogdan, Curtis Boisvert, Jake Cavicchi, Nick Christo, Jake Gabrilowitz, Josh Haradon, Matt Kiely, Charlie Losiewicz, Sourjya Ray, and Tucker Still.

And the winner is.............

Jake Cavicchi

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Teacher skit



proudly presents:
First Annual Talent Show
Thursday April 16th
MHS Auditorium

Parents are invited!!!
Ally Maguire and Derek Lynch -singing
Nick Gage-comedy
Jamie Piro and Audrey McDonnell -singing
Ally Maguire -karate
McKenzie Hanbury and Brigid Connery- singing
Shane Fink-comedy
Charlie Losiewicz and Sammi Pike -singing

Behind the scenes:


Paige Prevett
Maeve Carney
Bella Cavicchi
Tali Cohen
Breezy Corrigan
Lauren Cosgrove
Emily Johnson
Anna Kemp
Amana Khatib
Jessica Lee
Katie Lee
Kelsey Ludwig
Sara Nash
Paige Oliveria
Dan Radev
Federico Read
Allie Selsberg
Mary Smargon
Gabrielle Svoboda


Important Dates

Upcoming events.



20-24 - April Vacation
16 - Prom at Demetri's Functions
19&20 - Grade 10 Math MCAS
20 - Now a Full Day of School
25 - Memorial Day. No School

29 - Senior All-Night Party, Foxboro YMCA
4 - Class Day

4 - Senior Boat Cruise

7 - Graduation 1pm Xfinity Center
8&9 - Grade 9 Science MCAS

Important Information

    Academic Learning Center

    We are asking for your help in recruiting our next batch of ALC tutors! If you know any students who have the special qualities of a peer tutor, please encourage them to come down to the ALC and fill out an application. We are attaching the tutor rubric so you can see what we value in a tutor.
(Students do not need to be perfect, but they do need to want to help someone else succeed!)


 The school district has taken advantage of the state option to move some of our MCAS testing dates.
Here are the testing dates for the 2015 MCAS for MHS students:

Math Grade 10 – May 19&20 (this is a change from the previous date)
Science (Biology) 

Grade 9 – June 8&9 (this is a change from the previous date)


Schedule # 3 has been posted (4/2/15)


Coming soon to MHS

Shrek and all his friends!


Shrek Program ad letter

Shrek Ticket Order Form

Gulf Coast Relief


Want to contribute?  

"Gofundme" link


Complete information

Links to photos

2013 (1)

2013 (2)

2013 (3)

This year's Great American Cleanup of Mansfield is on May 2. (more details
at Link)

We have had 2 cases of Pertussis diagnosed in the High School. 

See attached document.


What's for lunch?


Mansfield High School Prom


May 16, 2015



Foxboro, MA


Information Links:

2015 Prom Information Student Handout

2015 Prom Permission Slip

Prom Photo Price List

Table Sign Ups


All Night Party

Meeting schedule

All ANP Meetings are held in the MHS library @ 6 PM

Note time change!

Tues 4/14/15

complete schedule

News update


Photos wanted!


Upcoming Fundraisers:


Wednesday, April 15th, from 4:00pm to 8:00pm





Who, what, where & when?


Court is in session

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This Friday, April 10th, Chris Elsner and Ken Wybierachy represented Mansfield High School for Student Government Day. The two students were elected to represent Mansfield High School, as students across the state came together at the State House in Boston. They debated two current bills and went through the legislative process. Additionally, they received a tour of the State House and met local legislators. Congratulations to Chris and Ken.




MHS Model Senate debated bills proposed by students on 03/27/15

This is the 47th year for the Model Senate (started in 1968)



And the winners are.......

1st place

Bill # 8 Physician assisted suicide.

introduced by;

Olivia Rhein and Claire Maroney


2nd Place

Bill # 7 Correct current Tax Bracket.

introduced by;

Sydney Strachman, Niegel Dabare, Andrew Smith and Ken Wybierachy


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Link to additional photos

New photos from Canton added 4/9/15



The 47th annual Hockomock Model Senate


The 47th annual Hockomock Model Senate was held at Canton High School April 7th and 8th. This program allows student to research, write, and simulate the legislative process.

Over 90 delegates participate from the following schools: Oliver Ames, Canton, Foxboro, Mansfield, North Attleboro, Norton, and Taunton. Representative William Galvin (Canton) opened the Model Senate by speaking to students about the legislative process and his experience working in the House of Representatives.

The Mansfield delegation successfully presented and defended their bills using parliamentary procedure.  All Mansfield bills passed committee and two bills were passed by the Senate.

The debate was moderated by the Canton town moderator.



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Niegel Dabare

Chris Elsner **

Kaleigh Jodice

Josiah Manigault

Claire Maroney

Jacob Morrill

Yashas Navarata

Zack Porat

Dan Redznak

Olivia Rhein

Jack Shanahan

Andrew Smith

Sydney Strachman

Ken Wybierachy

** committee chair



2014-2015 Mathematics Team

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Photo web site



Health Notice


 Pertussis Advisory

(whooping cough)

Information link


  Health Advisory Flu Virus


Flu information

1. CDC Flu information (PDF link)

2. Flu symptom check list (PDF link)

3. Flu guide for parents (PDF link)



MA Dept of Health




We are pleased to announce the Students of the Month for March/April

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Emma Allen
Victoria Bent
Samid Bhatti
Kelsey Brady
Olivia Broyles
Rachel Buckley
Camryn Carabitses
Cam Castro
Nick Christo
Jennah Comer
Alexis Conlon
Thomas Conrad
Zachary Costello
Victor Dulig
Haley Dunlap
Mairead Dunn
Amber Durant
Adriana Farrell
Victoria Ferrara-Lawlor
Anna Ferrari
Connor Finerty
Richard Huiskamp
Max Jordan
Kyle Lincoln
Stratos Loukos
Madison McAllister
Brian Miranda
Brianna Shea
Bryan Stier
Troy Taranto
Amelia Trejo
Allison Verge
Lauren Weinstein



 Senior Projects



The Senior Project is an academic as well as a hands-on experience that allows students to demonstrate and display their mastery of the 21st century skills they acquire during their years at Mansfield High School. Students propose a topic or area of which they have a desire or passion to explore. Students develop a challenging but achievable project goals that represent a “learning stretch.” Students then complete minimum of 20 fieldwork hours.

In addition to fieldwork, Senior Project students also complete a research paper on a topic related to their fieldwork and also create a digital portfolio. The Senior Project culminates in a final presentation before a Senior Project board that consists of faculty and community members. Students are guided through each aspect of the Senior Project program through a variety of assignments, class meetings, and individual conferences. 


The Senior Project focuses on developing the following  skills:





Problem Solving










Time Management






Public speaking

Profile of a Senior Project Student;




Effective communicator


Possesses time management skills








Independent Learner


Deadline Oriented




Information flyer




Yearbooks information





Check out the latest edition.

Read it, contribute to it!!!



The "NEW" Scoop.

on line.


Welcome to the Scoop! 

Technology has changed over time, therefore, we have too. This year will mark the first time the Scoop’s primary purpose will be online. Due to the fact that homeroom is a very limited opportunity, we will be directly adding content to our new site. Check back daily for updates, articles and videos. Also, to comment and share our videos, be sure to register on our site in the green box below!

Web site



The Spring 2014 edition

(PDF Link)



The Spring 2013 edition

(PDF Link)





We are a group of parents who have a vision for a better Memorial Park. We find ourselves bringing our kids to playgrounds in other towns and wishing those playgrounds were in Mansfield.  We have taken charge of making this vision a reality and hope that you will join us.

Support us by purchasing, sliders/flip-flops.

Order form

Food Drive


Support the Mansfield Food pantry


Our Daily Bread

Mansfield's Food Pantry

15 West Street - Mansfield MA 02048

Web site


Help out the "our Daily Bread" food pantry in Mansfield by donating your non-perishable food items!
Collection bins are in the lobby for all food donations




Self Study Survey Results for
Mansfield High School


Page link

Guidance information;



Program of Studies 2015-16


Course Registration worksheet 

Green Schools is our effort to inform and

educate children in the many ways to be green.

Check out their web site


Check the health department page (link)  for information about health issues.

(TB alert information)

Mansfield High School Yearbook

Web Site


Yearbook order form: (Link)
Parent ad order form: (Link)
Business ad order form: (Link)
Senior information/deadlines: (Link)

Mansfield Tumbler Cups

20 ounces, BPA-free
$5 each



They are available by email (Link)









Boys and girls basketball photos

Boys link

Girls link


Celebration of "Women in Sports" Day




Alyssa Kelley (left) and Caitlin Otto (right) were honored on March 3rd, at the annual National Women in Sports Day at Faneuil Hall in Boston.  Female athletes from across the state were recognized.  The athletes learned about Title IX and listened to several speakers including the key-note speaker, Attorney General Maura Healey.  The athletes also had the opportunity to meet with Mary Pratt (pictured below), who played for the Rockford Peaches in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.  Her story was featured in the movie “A League of Their Own”.

Congratulations Alyssa and Caitlin!

MIAA web site


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The Food service web site has changed.

Please check it out.





Ways to help our schools

We want to make you aware of several ways you can help our school earn rewards and donations from
companies without any additional cost to you. It simply requires registering your card with the
business and designating MHS as a recipient

Complete information  (Link)


 Big Y

Education Express






Hannaford Helps Schools Program 





The school district has received over $2800.00





The students and faculty of Mansfield High School take an active role in the community, helping to raise funds and awareness of the many charitable organizations both locally and nationally.
     Here are a few of the many projects they are involved in.









School Policy


Mansfield High School supports a No Backpack policy in the hallways.  Students are welcome to use backpacks and bags to carry materials to and from school, but backpacks, handbags and shoulder bags are to be stored in lockers during the day. Students may carry personal items in a small pocket book that is not large enough to put a book in.


Request form that your child's name not be released to the Armed Forces. Link  


Use of the parking facilities at Mansfield High School is a privilege for students who are members of the senior class only. Regulations


Students who park at Memorial Park should not use the public library parking area.  


A reminder to students - The use of electronic devices (Cell phones, CD players, MP3 players, radios, tape decks, video game players, and any other electronic media devices) are prohibited in the Mansfield Public Schools during the school day and during evening and Saturday detentions. Electronic media devices should be secured upon entering the building, before the start of classes, and exiting the building at the end of the day.


Yearbook information. Senior parents please check this page. Link


Online Payment Processing through UniPay Gold

Did you know you can pay the following fees online?


Bus Transportation

CHAMPS Program

Performing Arts

Roland Green Preschool

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Mansfield High School was awarded a Silver Medal by US News The ranking and award came from US News and World Report's high school rankings. 

Complete story



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    All students regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, limited English proficiency, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or housing status, have equal access to all programs, including athletics and other extracurricular activities.