2015-2016 District Accomplishments
Graduating Mansfield Senior High School Class of 2016 received $2.7 million in postsecondary scholarships
Planning was completed for the opening of Springmill STEAM Elementary School with two initial kindergarten classes for 2016-17 school year. An additional grade will be added each year until Springmill is a K-3 school
Eight students at Mansfield City Schools’ Spanish Immersion School, an International Spanish Academy, earned the highest scores possible on Ohio Department of Education end-of-course testing in math, science, language arts and social studies.
Entries from five Mansfield Senior High SChool are students were among the top 75 after 11,500 entries were judged statewide in the 46th annual Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition.
Technology upgrades included eight laptop carts for the high school and eight for the middle school. Each cart contains 30 Asus Ultrabooks and a printer for a total of 480 student-use laptops. Bandwidth among our schools was doubled from 50MB to 100MB for increased internet traffic for additional technology in all buildings. Seventy-eight new computers were installed in the three computers labs at our intermediate school.
Senior Grace Haring, a National Merit Scholar qualifier, received the 2016 Franklin B. Walter Scholarship in a three-county competition sponsored by the Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center.
For the second time in four years, the Mansfield Seniors High School/Mansfield Middle School Student Council hosted nearly 300 statewide delegates for the annual three-day conference of the Ohio Association of Students Councils.
Malabar Intermediate School’s fourth-grade Academic Challenge Team placed second among 30 teams from several surrounding counties in spring competition sponsored by the Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center.