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 https://5il.co/10h66 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.
Support the MHS Cheerleaders
Our first Mansfield High School Teacher Spotlight goes to Mrs. Robbins. Mrs. Robbins was nominated by our new FACS teacher, Ms. Flanigan. Ms. Flanigan states, “I would like to nominate Mrs. Robbins for helping me with Personal Finance, answering all of my questions, and staying on top of her tasks at the same time.” At this time, there is an administrator in Mrs. Robbins’ class where Ms. Flanigan is presenting Mrs. Robbins with some of her favorite things. Congratulations, Mrs. Robbins! We are blessed to have you here at MHS!
Mansfield High School freshman Jaden placed 6th overall in the 100m hurdles. He is now the AAU All-American !
DeSoto Parish Schools has updated its 2021-22 school operational guidelines to reflect the mask mandate reinstated this week by Governor John Bel Edwards. Please visit https://www.desotopsb.com/page/operational-guidelines-2021-22 for a complete listing of the most commonly referenced guidelines.
Please note this revision: Students in grades 10-12 may pick up schedules on Tuesday, August 3rd from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM. Please enter the school via Kings Highway and meet in the commons area. Schedule change requests will be considered after the first few days of school.
The Gates Scholarship is accepting applicants until September 15th. For complete details visit https://www.thegatescholarship.org.
Students & parents/guardians may check grades using go the Student Progress Center.
Desoto Parish Transportation Department is excited to continue the use of the Parent Portal Lite App, Edulog, and are grateful for your patience as we begin the process for this school year. The Edulog App start date will be Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Students should come home with parent information that details the step by step instructions. We feel this app will continue to be a great asset to the Transportation Department, students, and parents of Desoto Parish. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call the Transportation Department (318) 872-2798.
Just a reminder, Superintendent Corley will host another Google Meet tonight at 6:00 PM. District staff will be on the Meet to answer questions you may have in the chat. Join at https://meet.google.com/wfn-itsd-kcv
Students in Middle School & High School will return to campus 4 days per week when the state moves to Phase III. Due to bus capacity and group size restrictions during Phase II, bringing middle & high school students back 4 days per week is not possible. #DeSotoStrong
Static Grouping Daily Bell Schedule
Chromebook Password Information-The student password is the Student ID Number. If the Student ID begins with a 0, then drop the zero. Example: 01234567 the password would be 1234567.
The first day of school for 100% virtual students is tomorrow, Wednesday August 5, 2020 at their homes. The first day of school for "A" day students is Wednesday, August 5, 2020 on campus. The first day of school for "B" day students is Thursday, August 6, 2020 on campus.
Boys Basketball Tryouts: Friday August 7, 2020 Boys basketball tryouts will be held in the new gym on Friday August 7, 2020. In an effort to keep gym numbers at a minimum, the tryouts will be conducted by grade according to the following schedule. 12th grade boys- 2:00 to 3:00 11th grade boys- 3:00 to 4:00 10th grade boys- 4:00 to 5:00 9th grades boys- 5:00 to 6:30 Please make sure you are on time for your specified time. Please make sure you wear a mask because you will not be allowed to enter the gym without one. Please come dressed and ready to play with your own water bottles and towels. Please maintain a social distance of 6 feet when standing in line for temperature checks, drills and skill work. Please come ready to work and exhibit a positive attitude at all times. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter. Please contact me with any questions. Sincerely, Coach Christopher Bush Mansfield High School email@example.com 318-254-3018