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    Swimming Lessons!


    August 3-7, FREE to Mansfield residents (thank you Lions Club!), $10 to non-residents.  Open to all ages and abilities.  Children 4 and under can participate in a tots class, but will need a parent/guardian to go into the pool with them.  Everyone can ride the "swim bus", which will leave the school at 9:15am sharp, and will return at 12:45pm each day.  Miss Beck will be driving and supervising; Angie Deishl will lead the lessons at the Waterville pool. 

    Call 683-1012 to sign up.

    Come join the fun!



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  • Summer Reading Program

    Our summer program begins June 16th!
    It will be every Tuesday & Thursday from 1-3pm.
    Students will have access to the library, snacks, activities and crafts, all related to reading improvement.
    Come join the fun!  No sign up required.  Come anytime.  There will be prizes!!! 
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  •  The 2015-2016 Calendar can be found under the 'District' tab.

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Welcome Friends and Families!


    Welcome to the

    Mansfield School District!

    We enjoyed another successful school year, full of learning, leadership, and laughter!

    Please check our website for the calendar of summer activities. 

    We have a summer reading program for all ages!

    Enjoy your summer days!




Back to School!


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    Fall 2015


    For students new* to the district, registration will be August 11th-13th between 9:00-1:00pm.  Plan on approximately a half hour to register.  Please contact the school office at 509-683-1012 if you cannot attend and wish to schedule an alternate time.

    Please bring new student birth certificate and vaccination records if possible.


    *Currently enrolled, continuing students are NOT required to attend registration, but will be receiving a letter in the mail to update information. 
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