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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



2012-2014 School Improvement Plan (PDF)

2013-14 bell schedule

2013-2014 Student Handbook (PDF)

2014-15 Course Registration 

     (offerings worksheet)

Attendance Appeal Form (PDF)

District Communication Survey results

District School Calendar 2013-14

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Honor Roll (Trimester one)

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No Child Left Behind letter.

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Program of Studies 2014-15 (PDF)

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Never forget

Important Dates

18 No School
21-25 Spring Vacation

08 to10 - Spring Musical (Info)
13 & 14 - MCAS Math
17 - Prom (info)
19 to 23 - District-Wide Art Exhibit
20 - NHS Induction Ceremony
21 - MHS Spring Concert
27, 28, 29 - Senior Final Exams (PDF link)
29 - Athletic Awards Night
30 - Class of 2014 All Night Party

Senior calendar (PDF link)

02 & 03 - MCAS Biology
03 - Scholarship Night
05 - Class of 2014 Boat Cruise
05 - Class of 2014 Class Day
08 - Class of 2014 Graduation


Ed note: You can access our perpetual calendar for upcoming events.


Important Information

What's for lunch?


All night party

Friday May 30th – Sat May 31st

12 midnight – 5:00am

(check in begins at 11:30pm)

Foxboro YMCA

(Web site)

for complete information and updates.


Information Flyer

Percussion information


Prom 2014



Final NEASC Evaluation Report

(PDF Link)


Principal's Letter

(PDF Link)




Who, what, where & when?


 Career Pathways Program

Students from our Career Pathways Program recently had a chance to work with Jose Pestana, a manufacturing engineer at Schneider Electric - Invensys in Foxboro.



      MHS students Chris Buchanan (left) and Jed O'Connell (right) reversed engineered a test fixture. They both had to create their own model of the fixture using Siemens NX Cad software. They designed the fixture by using measuring tools consisting of Dial calipers, micrometers, and other measuring equipment to measure and create their own Cad model. From their Cad model, they created manufacturing drawings with all the dimensions needed for fabrication. The prints went to our tool department for fabrication, then to test engineering for wiring, and then installed into the main test station. The instruments this test station checks are meters used by Con Edison for metering steam to their customers. The test station calibrates and checks the meters are measuring steam correctly.
      A thank you to all of our business/community partners who provide real world experience to our students through the Career Pathways Program.




MHS Presents:


Show dates:

Thur. 5/8 7:30 PM, Fri. 5/9 7:30 PM

and Sat. 5/10 2:00 & 7:30 PM



 Student Government Day

Complete details


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     Andrew Birt (left) and Molly Trowbridge (right) took place on April 4th as the Mansfield High School representatives for Student Government Day at the state house in Boston. The students go through the process, which is similar to that followed by a locally elected officials. Students are assigned the roles of senators, representatives, constitutional officers and Justices of the Supreme Court. 
     The students get to experience the roles of members of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of state government. They get to take part in a simulated committee hearing or visit various elected and appointed office holders and staff as they carry out their daily activities.





Mr. Mansfield



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All photos from the show.




Prom 2014

Where: Rhodes on the Pawtuxet
Cranston, RI

Web site
When: Saturday, May 17
Time: 4:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Tickets will be sold after school in room 185 April 7th through the 17th


Permission slip




Mansfield State Model Senate representatives.


     Hockomock Model Senate 2014 The Hockomock Model Senate was held April 8th and 9th at Oliver Ames High School was addressed by Senator Brian Joyce of the Massachusetts Senate. 
    Seventy five delegates from five schools debated over sixty bills in committees on day# 1.
    The full Model Senate then met to debate twelve bills selected by the steering committee. Every Mansfield bill that made it to the floor of the Hockomock Model Senate was passed.
    The students should be commended for their debating prowess.


Hockomock Model Senate Delegation 2014

David Bogdan
Melissa Bongarzone
Mike Carpino
Pat Collins
Jess Hindman
Kelly Medeiros
Lauren Melton
Sara Nash
Cassie Notz
Carly Rotenberg
Tyler Smith
Bethany Somes
Maya Tajchman
Troy Taranto
Molly Trowbridge


Hockomock State Model Senate







Percussion World Championships in Dayton, Ohio; April 10 - 12.

Scholastic Concert Open

 PSCO Finals - Results

Show Date: 4/11/2014
Scholastic Concert Open
1 Goshen HS (Goshen, Indiana) 94.800
2 Mansfield HS (Mansfield, Massachusetts) 94.350
3 Kiski Area HS (Vandergrift, Pennsylvania) 92.650
4 New Philadelphia HS (New Philadelphia, Ohio) 89.950
5 New Palestine HS (New Palestine, Indiana) 88.400
6 Pine Creek HS (Colorado Springs, Colorado) 87.850
7 Grassfield HS (Chesapeake, Virginia) 86.400
8 Golden HS (Golden, Colorado) 85.400
9 Scottsburg HS (Scottsburg, Indiana) 83.250

Complete scores



Best Foot Forward Campaign



Fundraiser - Class of 2016

Silver, 25oz, Stainless Steel Water Bottle w/ Hornet logo.

Details and order form





We are pleased to announce the Students of the Month 

for February



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Meagan Allen
Kerra Anastasia
Marianna Apostolakis
Nicholas Apostolopoulos
Victor Borborema
Julia Buonora

Jaclyn Carchide
Caroline Chace
Maria Capece
Jemima Celestin

Haley Dolan
Janae Edmonds

Chris Elsner
Erin Folehy
Francesca Fong
Meltem Gonel
Jamie Haines
Jillian Heffernan
MaryKate Kelly
Emily Kleber

Megha Koul

Ricky Littlefield

Alicyn McHugh

Saslii Mendonca
Michael Mercier
Yash Nain
Samantha O'Hara
Sarah Paulson
Brianna Puccia

Moira Regan
Alexa Samuels

Alex Tarlton

Allison Verge
Haylie Walsh
Stephen Whitten
Mike Wilcox
Emily Wiskow
Brianna Young


Congratulations to all!



 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





      Erin McCarthy's Senior Project is entitled The Best Foot Forward Campaign, which is an initiative that aims to aid those experiencing long term unemployment through a collection of new and used business clothes to be donated to the Veteran's Association of Bristol County.
      Erin is looking for donations of new and used office-appropriate attire for men and women.  Your donations can be placed in a  box located in the main lobby of MHS for the entire month of March.  Please visit her website for more information.

Thank you for your consideration.



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 2013 edition

(PDF Link)






Self Study Survey Results for
Mansfield High School


Page link

Guidance information;

Senior Parent Letter from Guidance

Brag Sheet


Program of Studies 2013-14(PDF)update 3/27/13


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 Euro Stickers

$3.00 each



They are available by email (Link)







2013-14 Sports Captains

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 Football News

Courageous Player Award

                Congratulations to senior football player Cam Nagle who will receive the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association Courageous Player Award at an awards banquet on April 27th at Lantana's in Randolph.  Cam is one of seven players in the state of Massachusetts who will be honored for "overcoming a physical challenge, enduring a hardship and serving as an inspiration to his team".

                Cam was seriously injured in a car accident during the summer of 2012 and missed his junior year of football during the rehabilitation process.  He assisted the team during the fall of 2012 by filming all of the games.  He returned to the field in his senior year and was a key contributor on the Mansfield HS State Championship team as a defensive back and a member of the special teams.

Three football players were selected for the Shriner's All-Star Game at Bentley in
June. Congratulations left to right: Kyle Wisnieski, Mike Hershman and Steve Zieselman.

      Senior Captains Kyle Wisnieski and Steve Zieselman of Mansfield High School will be honored by the National Football Foundation as two of the top 20 scholar-athletes in Eastern Massachusetts. The Eastern MA chapter of the Foundation will hold their awards banquet on Sunday, May 4th at the Newton Marriott. 

      Steve will be attending Colby College in the fall and Kyle will be attending Bentley University in the fall and both will continue their football careers on the college level.


Boys Basketball photos;



Girls Basketball 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.






 Mansfield Education Foundation

Mansfield Education Foundation was founded on the principle that innovation and excellence in education will enhance the learning experience of the children within the Mansfield school system. The goal is to award financial grants to educators who apply through a formal process, and to partner with Mansfield educators ensuring the sharing of expertise, knowledge and creativity.  Local businesses and community members have united to provide financial support and collaborate in these efforts.

Web site:




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 Ranked 43 in the State


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. 
    Mansfield was a high-performing school scoring a 3.6 in proficiency in math and a 3.5 in proficiency in English. Both scores were above the state average.

School Bio

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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.