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MHS Vision: Academic Proficiency & Strong Character for All Students

MHS Mission: Quality Learning for Every Student Every Day 

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The Great Debaters

Drama students at Mansfield High School (known as the Great Debaters) earned 1st place and the team sweepstakes at McNeese University this semester.  The competition is part of the Literary Rally for Speech and Drama.  This was the first time MHS competed in the rally!!




 We look forward to seeing how these young leaders perform at the State Level!!! 


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Today: 4/20/14


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Baseball Season is Almost Over!!

Come Support Your Wolverines!


Baseball -- Games begin at 5:00:

 Fri. April 18th: vs. Evangel

Sat. April 19th: vs. Evangel



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FCCLA students attended the State Leadership Conference in March.  These student leaders brought various awards home to our community:

Demetric Preston won Gold in teaching and training.  He will be competing at Nationals in San Antonio. 

Ladacia Gilbert, Danijha Lane, and DeAsia Burell won Gold in food innovations.  They will also be attending nationals.

Silver:    Arionna Turner, Demetriona Thomas, and Calvinitri White in illustrated talk.

              Tarinisha Thomas, Alexis Adkins, and India Williams in focusing on children.

              Destiny Davis in fashion construction.

Bronze:  Kiera Walton, Keyonna Woolen, and Mercy Alexander in culinary arts.

In addition to these awards, MHS is the proud home of Louisiana’s newly elected Vice-President of FCCLA.  Congratulations to V.P. Irenaissia Kelly!!!


Wolverine Updates:

April 16-17:  Senior Project Presentations

Thurs. April 17th:  Track @ Capt. Shreve

Fri. April 18th:  Good Friday; No School

April 21st - 25th: Easter Break; No School

Principal's Message

Hello to all members of the Wolverine Nation and welcome to the 2013 - 2014 school year!

We hope that you have had a great summer and are now preparing yourselves for what we will work to make the best year of your educational career.

Our goals this year will center on building on last year's successes. By doing so, we believe our impact will be greater and that all studetns will benefit.  Specifically, we will continue striving:

To Ensure the Academic Success & Growth of All Students

To Exceed our School Performance Score Growth Target

To Increase Parental and Community Involvement in our School

To Do our Best in Everything We Do.

As always, we vow to work hand in hand with all stakeholders to ensure the success of our students and our school!

Can't Hide That Wolverine Pride!

Sedric G. Clark, Principal