January 21, 2022 Basketball: Only Varsity Boys will play tonight at 6:30 pm at home. No Lady Wolverines will play tonight.
Congratulations, Wolverines for placing at the Garrison Powerlifting Meet on Thursday, January, 20, 2022
2nd place, Jaden Ross
3rd place, LaBrandon Ross
4th place, William Phoenix
Our January Mansfield High School Student Spotlight is Geraldine Alvarez. Geraldine is a Junior here at Mansfield High School. She was nominated by her teacher, Mrs. Robbins. Mrs. Robbins states, “I would love to nominate Geraldine Alvarez for the student spotlight. She willingly supports others in the class who are learning English as a second language because she is a caring team player. She puts her best effort forth on assignments. When she has a question, she respectfully asks for clarification or permission.” At this time, there is an administrator in Mrs. Robbins’ class where Geraldine is receiving a gift card of her choice from the administration here at Mansfield High School. Congratulations, Geraldine! We are blessed to have students like you who exemplify one of our Core Values, caring!
On Monday, December 20th, the varsity games will be AWAY at Northwood High School.
6:00 pm- Lady Wolverines
7:00 pm- Wolverines
Another Mansfield High School Student Spotlight is Mr. Cedetric Canada. Cedetric is a freshman here at Mansfield High School. He was nominated by his FACS teacher, Ms. Flanigan. Ms. Flanigan says, “Cedetric is an exceptional and respectful student who is dedicated to all of his coursework in both courses with me. “ At this time, there is an administrator in Cedetric’s class with Ms. Flanigan, receiving a gift card of his choice from the administration here at Mansfield High School. Congratulations, Cedetric! Welcome to Mansfield High School!
Our December Mansfield High School Student Spotlight is Caleb Hogan. Caleb is a Senior here at Mansfield High School. He was nominated by his teacher, Mrs. Parker. Mrs. Parker states, “Caleb is one of those students that teachers look forward to seeing each day. He is always optimistic and happy. His attitude is infectious and makes each class more enjoyable. Academically, he strives to do his best and is not afraid to ask for more explanation if needed. Unlike many of his fellow classmates, he doesn't suffer from senioritis. This is one senior you can count on to work hard to the end.”
At this time, there is an administrator in Mrs. Parker’s class where Caleb is receiving a gift card of his choice from the administration here at Mansfield High School. Congratulations, Caleb! We wish you an amazing senior year!
Our December Mansfield High School Teacher Spotlight goes to Ms. Nakia Graham. One of her students, D’Marcus Wyatt nominated Ms. Graham. When asked why he stated, “I nominate Ms.Graham because she has a very welcoming classroom. She’s nice and when we don't understand something in her classroom, she does her best to make sure we get what we need done.” Ms. Graham was also nominated by La’Brodtrick McGee. He stated, “I would like to nominate Miss Graham for teacher of the month. She is an amazing teacher, and she is so -self involved in her classes. She helped me when I was struggling in math, and when I tell you I've been thriving ever since! She is so concerned for her class, and she loves to lift us up more than anything. With that we do amazing things in her class. We laugh; we play; but most importantly we come together and work together. This is all due to the way Miss Graham runs her class.” At this time, there is an administrator in Ms. Graham’s class where D’Marcus and La’Brodtrick are presenting her with some of her favorite things. Congratulations, Ms. Graham! We are so blessed that you are serving the school that you graduated from!
Christmas Spirit Week is December 13-16, 2021
MHS Beta Club hosts a blood drive this month!
Our November Mansfield High School Teacher Spotlight goes to our new ACT Coach. Ms. Jessica Thompson. Ms. Thompson was nominated by Jakeylan Foote. Jakeylan states, “I'd like to recommend Ms. Thompson for the November Teacher Spotlight. I want to nominate Ms. Thompson since she is a dedicated ACT teacher. She ensures that we are preparing for the ACT. She takes the time to ensure that we understand the problem and that we explain how we arrived at our solution. She is extremely dedicated because despite having a full schedule during homecoming week, she ensured that her ACT students performed well. This is why I'd like to nominate Ms. Thompson for the November Teacher Spotlight.”
Abreunna Thomas also voted nominated Ms. Thompson. She states, “I would like to vote Ms.Jessica Thompson because she does her best everyday to make sure that we are prepared for the ACT and helps us find ways that will help us while we are testing.”
Quintessa Thomas was the third nomination for Ms. Thompson. She states, “I want to take the time to nominate my teacher, Ms.Thompson, for teacher spotlight. She is a very nice, caring, and an honest person who cares for her students.If you are confused or ever question anything in class, she helps her students even outside of class. Not only is Ms.Thompson a good teacher, but she also prepares us for our life after high school. Some of me and my classmates want to go to college and with her as my teacher I am positive that my ACT score will improve with such a spectacular teacher. Thank you Mrs. Ross for reading this message, and I want to say thank you too, Ms. Thompson, for coming to school daily awaiting to teach us.
At this time, there is an administrator in Ms. Thompson’s class where Jakeylan, Abreunna, and Quintessa are presenting her with some of her favorite things. Congratulations, Ms. Thompson! We are so happy that when you left North DeSoto High School you made the decision to become a Mighty Wolverine!
First Round of Football Play-Offs: Mansfield @ Union Parish
Union High School
1126 Hwy 33
Farmerville, La 71241
General Admission Tickets: $10
(400) Mansfield Pre-Sale Tickets :
To be sold in the MHS Front Office during School Hours
Also sold in the MHS Field House 5 pm-6 pm (Tue & Wed)
ALL Union Parish Ticket Purchases end at 7 pm, Friday, November 12, 2021. The ticket booth will close at 7 pm and will not re-open.
October 27, 2021 The statewide mask mandate has been lifted by Governor Edwards, and we will follow our original operational guidelines which allow mask coverings optional for students and staff. Although masks are optional on school campuses, masks must still be worn on school buses due to the federal transportation mandate. Our district will follow quarantine protocols set forth by the Louisiana Department of Health. If a person is considered in close contact, they must be quarantined to limit the spread of COVID unless fully vaccinated and asymptomatic. We are encouraged by the decline of positive cases in our district. As always, we will continue to monitor the trends of positive cases in our schools and communities and will make adjustments to our mitigation measures if the need should arise.
As a result of the statewide mask mandate being lifted by Governor Edwards, DeSoto Parish Schools will return to our original operational guidelines which make the wearing of face coverings optional for all students and staff while indoors. This change will take effect beginning Wednesday, October 27, 2021. The district will continue to follow all quarantine protocols as established by the Louisiana Department of Health.
Homecoming 2021 Spirit Week
Our October Mansfield High School Teacher Spotlight goes to Ms. Morgan Moore. Ms. Moore was nominated by Bryanna Jenkins and Mrs. Parker. Bryanna states, “I choose Ms. Moore because I feel as if she works hard to make sure all her students are up to date and on track with their work. She actually cares and is not quick to try and fail you. Advanced math can get a little hard sometimes. If you don’t understand, she's going to work with you and help you understand it and bring your grade up instead of just giving you an F. Also, her demeanor and the way she carries herself as a teacher is amazing. Her attitude, the way she reacts and responds to her students, she makes everyone around her have a better day. I speak for the class when I say this...even if she has a bad day she never shows it. She puts all that behind to ensure that we have a great school day and we actually learn. Last but not least, she's a great cheer coach, and I feel as if she doesn't get enough credit for that. Without her, there will be no cheers for the pep rally and no cheerleaders. I think we should give new teachers a chance at winning spotlight because everyone works hard for the things they do here. I know being a teacher and being able to deal with kids is not easy. I am thankful for all my teachers, but I think Ms. Moore really should have a chance at winning because all of her classes love her, not only because she has fun when helping us in class but we actually learn and have fun when learning. Mrs. Parker said regarding Ms. Moore, “She gives of herself for the benefit of the students, and school. She is always trying to find ways to engage the students.
She works to make sure that the students know that she has their best interests in mind and truly cares about them. She is always considerate of others. She is also a blessing to her mother. At this time, there is an administrator in Ms. Moore’s class where Mrs. Parker and Bryanna are presenting her with some of her favorite things. Congratulations, Ms. Moore! We all love you very much and are blessed that you made the choice to return to Mansfield High School.
Homecoming 2021 Parade Entry Form
The completed form and required documents are due to Ms. Taylor in the front office by Friday, October 22, 2021.
Green Oaks is excited to host this Friday, Oct. 15 h game between Green Oaks and Mansfield High at Northwood Stadium. Tickets for the game and preferred parking passes are available online
only at https://www.locallevelevents.com/events/details/16054
NO GAME TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATE! Free parking is available on the Northwood High School Gym parking lot area
(east side of the school.) Please share with your fans and faculty. Current LHSAA passes with ID will be honored at the gate.
Homecoming Sprit Week Attire for the Week of October 25-29, 2021
Loose-fitting PJ's only
No see through material
No Nighty or Lingerie
No Bonnet or Hair Rollers
No Low Cut Tops
No Wife Beaters (Boys or Girls)
No Tights (Top or Bottom)
Can wear a Moo-Moo
Robes can be worn with Proper Attire beneath
Grambling State University visits students of Mansfield Middle and Mansfield High Schools for the Call Me Mister Program.