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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:

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The Mansfield High School student will communicate effectively.

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

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

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

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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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Final NEASC Evaluation Report

Principal's Letter

School Improvement Plan

2014-2016

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2012-2014 School Improvement Plan (PDF)

2014-15 bell schedule

2015-2016 Student Handbook (PDF)

2015-16 Course Registration 

     (offerings worksheet)

Attendance Appeal Form (PDF)

Bus information

District Communication Survey results

Helping Hands 

Honor Roll

Library hours and information

MyPlate (Food service)

National Honor Society

No Child Left Behind letter.

PD and Teacher Engagement Survey

Perpetual School Calendar

Program of Studies 2015-16 revised 8/28/15

Public Health information

Retell information (overview)(guide)

Scholarship Information

School Policy

School Profile 2014-15

Senior parking 2015-16

Sports

Student Accident Medical Insurance Protection

Student Council Constitution (PDF)

Student of the Month

Summer Reading

Teachers Driving Academy

Underclassmen Awards

Ways to help our school

 

Important Dates

 

August 27 - District Open House 12noon to 3pm
Sept. 2 - First Day of School
Sept. 4 - No School
Sept. 7 - No School/Labor Day
Sept. 17 - Curriculum Night
Sept. 30 - 1/2 Day Prof. Dev.

Upcoming events.

(link)

 

What's for lunch?

Important Information

 

First week of school schedule.

(Link)

 

Parking regulations 2015-16

(Link)

2015-2016 Student Handbook

(Link)

Summer Reading web site

Bus Information for 2015-2016

now available. 

 

   Please visit the District website (link).

    Discount:  if you sign up by Friday, June 26, 2015, there will be a $20 discount per student.  [$205 First Student; $180 Second Student; $130 Third Student = $515 maximum per family].

    Deadline:  the bus fee Deadline is Friday, July 31, 2015, with a waiting list after the deadline until after September 30th.

The GSA web site has been up-dated 

with some excellent information links. 

Web site

 

Announcements

 

Who, what, where & when?

 

MHS

Fall Play

 

 

Auditions:

Sept. 8 & 9, 6-9 pm

Call-backs: Sept 10, 6-9 pm (if necessary)

Prepare a 2-3 minute monologue or tell a personal story.

Actors will also perform scenes from the script.

Informational Meeting: Sept. 8, 2-2:30 pm

See Mrs. Newton in Rm #135 for additional

information and to sign out a script.

Meeting, auditions and call-backs in auditorium

 

 

 

 

 

 

New SAT Test Information - Starting with the Class of 2017

    College Board, the company that administers the PSAT and SAT tests, has redesigned the tests and will implement these changes as follows: 
    Fall of 2015 for the PSAT and March of 2016 for the SAT.


    The change will impact students starting with the Class of 2017, as they will be the first to take this new redesigned test. 
    Below are some links to the College Board website with detailed information and resources.

 

General Information about the new test
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Link to chart comparing old SAT with new SAT
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Frequently Asked Questions Link:
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Test Prep:
College Board is partnering with Khan Academy to provide SAT test preparation. Here is a link for more information.
LINK


PSAT Preview Opportunity:
    Students who want a sneak peek of the new PSAT, have an opportunity to attend Kaplan Test Prep's free New PSAT Practice Test on May 9, 2015! 
    The practice test will be held at both the Providence Kaplan Center and Stonehill College. 

Please visit kaptest.com/psatpractice

 

Health Notice

 

 Pertussis Advisory

(whooping cough)

Information link

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  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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Senior Projects

 

Senior project web site


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:

 

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Communication

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Problem Solving

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Research 

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Writing

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Reflection

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Technology

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Time Management

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Analysis

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Organization

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Public speaking

Profile of a Senior Project Student;

 

 

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Effective communicator

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Possesses time management skills

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Ambitious

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Enthusiastic

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Mature

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Independent Learner

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Deadline Oriented

 

 

Commercial

Information flyer

 

 

 

Yearbooks information 

  mansfieldyearbook.com

 

 

 

Link

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

 

NEW

The Spring 2015 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.

http://www.memorialpark02048.com/

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)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Click on logo to visit MyPlate.gov.

 

The Food service web site has changed.

Please check it out.

(Link)

 

 

 

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 

(Information)

 

 

 

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.

(Link)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Policy

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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.

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

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

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

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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.

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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?

Athletics

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CHAMPS Program

Performing Arts

Roland Green Preschool

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2015 Best High Schools

2015

2013 Best High Schools

2013

2014 Best High Schools

2014

 

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.