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 MHS Summer Schedule

 

Monday - Thursday:  7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Friday:  7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

 

July 26-28 - Registration, Schedule Pickup and Parking Registration: 8:00-2:30

 

July 28 - Freshmen Parent IPAD Meetings: 8:15 or 11:30

Camp Wolverine (Class of 2020 and Students New to MHS): 9:00-11:30

 

August 1st & 2nd - Professional Development

 

August 3rd - Students' First Day of School

Congratulations!

Mansfield High School is proud to celebrate and recognize two of our outstanding educators.

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Mr. Clark is the 2017 Louisiana Principal of the Year.  During his six years at MHS, our graduation rate has increased by 30%.  Under his leadership, Mansfield High School has moved from a D school to a letter grade of B.  Our students call him a "wise and fun principal who loves his students and who loves Mansfield." Mr. Clark is a humble man who says that his students' success is the result of a team effort.  We know, however, that a great leader motivates people to achieve greatness.  Thank you Mr. Clark for being a wonderful principal, and congratulations on your new title of Principal of the Year.  

 

Mrs. Amanda LaFollette has been selected as the 2016 Outstanding High School Mathematics Teacher by the Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics.  Mrs. LaFollette inspires her students to work hard,  to appreciate math, and to never give up.  Her teaching practices have resulted in record-setting math scores for Mansfield High School.  She will be recognized in October for her educational leadership at the Louisiana Arts and Science Museum in Baton Rouge.  Congratulations Mrs. LaFollette.  We are proud of you.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

 

Ms. Dana Fergins - Master Teacher, Mansfield Middle and Mansfield High

Mrs. Amanda LaFollette - Master Teacher, Mansfield Middle and Mansfield High

Mrs. Kenya Roberts - Assistant Principal, Fair Park High School

Mrs. Anesha Ross - Administrative Assistant, North Desoto High School

Dress Code 2016 - 2017

  1. Hunter Green, White or Black Polo or Oxford Shirt must be worn at all times.
  2. Shirts must be tucked in and a belt must be worn.
  3. Spirit and Athletic T-Shirts are only to be worn on Fridays/Spirit Days.
  4. Hunter Green, White, Black, or Grey Hoodies, Jackets or Pullovers may be worn with Polo or Oxford shirt.  College and University Hoodies, Jackets and Pullovers will also be permitted. Hoods are not to be worn in buildings.
  5. All other colors of Hoodies, Jackets and Pullovers must be removed upon entering buildings.
  6. Khaki and Black colored pants, shorts, or skits must be worn.  No Denim Permitted.
  7. MHS ID Badge must be visible on your torso at all times.
  8. No facial piercings are permitted at school.  This includes, but is not limed to nose, eyes, lips, cheeks.

Dress Code violators will receive the following consequences:

1st Violation – Warning & Parent Notification

2nd Violation – Warning & Parent Notification

3rd Violation – Warning & Parent Notification

4th Violation – Saturday Detention

5th Violation – One Day In-School Suspension

6th Violation – Two Days In-School Suspension

7th  & 8th Violations – Two Days OSS

9th Violation – Expulsion Recommendation

I.D. Violators will receive the following consequences:

1st Violation – Warning & Parent Notification

2nd Violation – Warning & Parent Notification

3rd Violation – Warning & Parent Notification

4th Violation – Saturday Detention

5th Violation – One Day In-School Suspension

6th Violation – Two Days  In-School Suspension

7th & 8th Violations – Two Days OSS

9th Violation – Expulsion Recommendation

 

2016 - 2017 "Basic" School Supply List

4 -  1” Binders

8 - Pocket Folders

Loose Leaf Paper

Pencils

Pens

USB Drive/Flash Drive (4GB or more)

*Other items may be assigned by teachers on the first day of school.

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