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that are personalized, differentiated, innovative and designed to challenge their thinking and understanding.
The result of our collective efforts is for all students to achieve their personal best and become meaningful contributors to our society.

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From Teresa Murphy

Superintendent of Schools

Thank you

Matt Jacques Director of Facilities
I am thrilled to announce that the MA Teachers Association has selected our Mansfield Buildings & Grounds Association -- that is, our key team of custodians -- to showcase in their upcoming statewide publication. They are being recognized for the fine work they do, and I would add, particularly the outstanding commitment to our students, staff and schools that they have shown during the Covid 19 crisis. Congratulations!
The lunch program continues to grow in numbers.
I acknowledged the women in our Food Service program who are putting themselves on the front lines to feed children and teens.
Currently, we distribute on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10-11 at MHS parking lot.
I believe they provided lunches for about 70 students today.
If you know of some of your students who would benefit from this program, please point them to the Covid 19 website Food Support tab.
And to assist them...
School Nurses are also very public figures for us at this time.
They are distributing the school bagged meals.
In addition, some of the school nurses are also working with Fire Chief Desrosier by rotating at the Fire Station to help with the management of the Covid 19 data.
For example, they check in with individuals who are quarantined, and they reach out to the close contacts of individuals.
This is not work that is generally taken on by school nurses, but these school professionals are registered nurses and by helping with the meal program and with EMS they are performing valuable public health services to our community.  
To these people and the many others who work behind the scenes,
Thank You!


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Mansfield Public Library

MHS students please note:
The library's website has a bunch of great database resources for you to use
E-books, audiobooks, streaming video, and digital resource available 24/7 online.
Click here for more information.

Coming in May:
Mansfield Performing Arts to present;

Note: Audition & information link
Cast list has been updated (3/3)

Show dates and times
May 15 & 16 at 7:00 PM
also May 16 & 17 at 1:00 PM


Page dedicated to e-cigarettes
updated 10/24/19

NY Times Vaping article

MetroWest Daily News
Massachusetts is one of nine states participating in a program to help teenagers stop using electronic cigarettes.

News article from MassLive.com
PDF file
Over 18, you can get patches gum through pharmacist without a prescription. 
Under 18, they will need a prescription from their doctor.
NY Times
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News article

Vaping Help

Nearly 5 million U.S. teens use tobacco and few widely available and accessible resources designed for teens exist to help them stop. As a tobacco quitline provider helping thousands of people quit tobacco every year, National Jewish Health has launched an enhanced tobacco and vaping cessation program for teens under age 18 who want to stop using tobacco products, especially electronic cigarettes like JUUL.
The My Life, My Quit program combines best practices for youth tobacco cessation adapted to include vaping and new ways to reach a coach using live text messaging or online chat.
Complete details

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Mansfield High School Core Values

Academic Expectations:

  • The Mansfield High School student will communicate effectively.
  • The Mansfield High School student will analyze information from texts and other media sources.
  • The Mansfield High School student will access information from texts 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


U.S. News evaluated more than 20,500 public high schools around the country
and identified Mansfield High among the top schools nationally.​

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Silver Medal Winner


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