Mansfield Middle School
7th Grade Social Studies!
After studying Missouri's history leading into the American Civil War, the 7th-grade students examined how the battles of Boonville and Carthage, Missouri led to the Battle of Wilson's Creek. Students then took a day touring parts of the battlefield with lessons from the US Park Service on battlefield medicine and the life of a soldier in The Missouri State Guard. The students had a great day and impressed the Park Service with their questions and involvement.
The Mansfield R-IV School District is excited to announce that Mansfield Middle School has been named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2021! Nomination for this prestigious award was a progression starting with the Missouri Commissioner of Education, Margie Vandeven, naming the Mansfield Middle School a Gold Star recipient earlier this year. Following the receipt of school nominations from States the U.S. Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel Cardona, and his staff then determined recipients of the National Blue Ribbon award for 2021.
Missouri Gold Star Schools
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has announced eight Missouri Gold Star Schools for 2021. The program, which aligns with the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, recognizes schools for outstanding academic achievement or for performing with high academic success.
5/9/22 Governor Mike Parson, First Lady Teresa Parson, and Senator Karla Eslinger visited Mansfield schools to present the middle school with a proclamation in recognition of all their hard work. Mansfield Middle School was recognized as a Gold Star School in Missouri and as a National Blue Ribbon School. The Missouri Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Education recognize schools for outstanding academic achievement and for performing with high academic success. Mansfield Middle School was one of eight schools in the state of Missouri to receive these honors.