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Mansfield City Schools



Mansfield Senior High 
Mansfield Senior High School 
124 N. Linden Road, Mansfield, OH  44906 
Phone: (419) 525-6369
Head Principal: Ms. Marinise Harris
Assistant Principal, Senior: Mr. Robert McQuate
Assistant Principal, Junior: Ms. Maureen Scully-Gruber 
Dean of Students: Sophomore: Mr. Kris Beasley
Assistant Principal, Freshman: Ms. Amanda Mahon
Intern Director of Career and Technical Education: Ms. Nikia Fletcher
Principal's Secretary: Mrs. Margo Owens
Secretary: Ms. Twyla DeVito
Secretary: Ms. Rosie Wagner 

October 23, 2019 PICTURE DAY at Senior High School 
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A message from your Superintendent 
 October 8, 2019
Dear Tyger Families,
Since beginning my work as superintendent I have emphasized three primary goals:  academics, a conducive learning environment and family/community engagement.
Today, let's define an environment conducive to learning.  It means a warm, caring, safe and orderly calssroom where all students can learn.  A key element of that environment is positive behavior and respectful interactions on our buses, in our buildings and at athletic events.
We expect students at every grade level to show Tyger Pride and responsible behavior by being attentive to their teachers and respectful to all adults and their fellow students.
Each of our elementary schools utilizes the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program, which emphazisizes evidence-based prevention and intervention practices and rewards good behavior.
Behavioral intervention and support is offered at all levels through teachers, counselors and principals and, when appropriate, the involvement of parents and guardians.  For grades 6 through 12, serious behavioral issues - gross disrespect of staff, fighting, possessing weapons or drugs - will mean referral to the Hedges Success Program.  Please refer to the Student Code of Conduct in the parent handbook or on the district website for complete information.  
We all play a role in assuring a conducive learning environment for all students.  If you have questions or need additional support, please contact your building administrator or counselors,
Stan Jefferson
BGSU Choose Ohio First Grant Funds - Deadline January 15, 2020
Scholarships are available at GBSU for incoming freshmen considering careers in teaching science and/or mathematics.  The Ohio Department of Higher Education has awarded Choose Ohio First grant funds to BGSU to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.  This program offers recipients up top $4000 the first year of college with increases each year up to more than $5,000 the fourth year - a scholarship valued at a total of approximately $20,000 (based on  continued state funding).  The basic criteria incudes:
* Ohio Resident
* Incoming freshman fall 2020
* Miminum high school GPA of 3.0
* Considering a career teaching science and/or mathematics 
Go to to complete an online application. 
AXA Achievement Scholarship
 Scholarships in the amount of $2,500, $10,000, and $25,000
Apply by December 15, 2019 at 
Apply Early!  Only the first 10,000 applications will be accepted. 
Mechanics Bank - Be the Change
 Each year, area high school seniors who have a Be The Change Checking Account and complete the Be The Change program (including financial literacy education, community service and Pay It Forward video components) will be eligible to earn one of seven $1000 awards. To enroll, please visit, call 419-524-BANK or email
The Elks National Foundation 
 The Elks National Foundation Awards $2.9 million in college scholarships to a total of 500 high school seniors nationwide through its Most Valuable Student contest.
Eligibility:  High School Senior and a U.S. Citizen
Judging Criteria: Scholarship, Leadership, Financial Need
Applications are available online starting August 5, 2019 at
Deadline to enter is on or before November 5, 2019.
Horation Alger Scholarship
The eligibility criteria bto be considered for Horation Alger National and State Scholarships are as follows:
- Be enroll full-time as a high school senior
- Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a bachelor's degree at an accredited non-profit public or private institution in the U.S.
- Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income is requried)
- Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities
- Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity
- Hold a minimum GPA of 2.0
- U. S. Citizenship 
To learn more visit 
Thrive Advertising / Media Buying $1000 scholarship 
The Thrive Advertising team was fortunate to be able to attend 4-year universities.  It is their hop that they can help support students pursue their dreams through higher education, specifically those interested in BA in communications.  
Scholarship Details:
URL:  https;//
Email address:
Award Amount:  $1000
Submission Deadline:  April 1, 2020.

SpeedyPrep    1@ $5000, 2@ $2500, Deadline October 31, 2019
Together with Ramsey Personality Anthony ONeal and our friends at SpeedyPrep, we’re giving away $10,000 in college scholarships.
High school students in grades 9–12 are eligible for a chance to win one of three scholarships.
Hurry—the giveaway ends October 31.  To enter go to

Honor - Merit Roll


Attention Seniors:  Want to have a say in your class flower, class color, and class song?  Please go to the attached link to cast your votes.
Jostens will be here on Wednesday October 9 during all lunches.  Seniors should be turning in their cap and gown orders for Graduation 2020.