Congratulations to the MHS Business Club for participating in the Jr. Achievement Stock Market Challenge yesterday! The MHS Team came in 3rd out of 17 schools and our individual teams came in 6th and 11th of 31 teams! Congratulations to all!
Meet the MHS Mock Trial Team! On Wednesday, December 13, 2019, the team traveled to Walpole to scrimmage against the Walpole High School Mock Team.
Both MHS’s plaintiff and defense team held their own and did an excellent job presenting their case. The direct examinations were presented by Bella Deberghes, Brianna Bates, Jack Mackiewicz, Jess Zenack, Owen Gibbons, and Andrew Katz, with the cross-examinations conducted by Nick DeLucia, Mike Deasy, Kay Reynolds, Rishi Alturi, Alissa Cooke, and Varnikha Marthineni. Key witnesses in the case were played by Lulu Cavicchi, Faith Alves, Kai Schirmacher, Charlotte Haring, Hannah Enzie, and Kat Semple.
The MHS Mock Trial Team will scrimmage against Oliver Ames, Franklin, Foxboro Charter School, and Sharon in early January before competing against Bishop Feehan, Bishop Connolly, and Atlantis Charter in late January and February.
Good luck team!
Clothes, Food and Toy Drives to Benefit Those in Need Locally
MANSFIELD — Superintendent Teresa Murphy is pleased to announce that Mansfield Public Schools recently completed several school and community fundraising efforts to benefit people in need this holiday season.
“The holiday season is about giving back and helping those in need and here in Mansfield I’m so proud of all of the wonderful efforts that we have seen from each of our schools and by members of the community who have all come together to help a variety of local groups and organizations this year,” Superintendent Murphy said.Continue Reading
“No Gamer Bunch of Boys”: 100 Years of MHS Football
Mansfield’s decisive Division 2 Super Bowl victory left many observers convinced they are the best team in Massachusetts for 2019. It was also a bookend to an historic milestone: 100 years of MHS football. This gives us a perfect opportunity to consider the program’s humble roots.
Mansfield High fielded a football team as early as 1895, but was unable to do so every year. While filled with the love of the game, those early teams were essentially composed of interested students who banded together to form ragtag teams. They weren’t “organized” like we know them today.Continue Reading