MHS Newsletter

Your news source for Mansfield High School

From the Principal's Desk...

Dear MHS Parents and Guardians,

On behalf of the entire MHS faculty, I want to wish you a joyous holiday season and a restful Winter break. I often use this time to reflect upon all we have accomplished during the year and I encourage you to do the same. We certainly have a lot you celebrate here at MHS!

We look forward to seeing everyone in the New Year!


Tim Tichacek


MHS Spirit Week/Food Drive

The MHS Student Council ran an incredibly successful Winter Spirit Week over the last four days. This group was able to raise staff and student morale during week that can often be stressful. Our students also came through to support Our Daily Bread in a big way. At the time of this publication, over 700 food items were donated. Students and staff are anxiously awaiting to hear which class takes the prize for the week!

E-Sports Season Underway

The MHS E-Sports team has spent the last several weeks preparing for their winter season. With all of that training under their belts, we are excited to see how they fare against local schools. Be on the lookout for announcements and updates from this group.
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Supporting Our Community

Students in the Next Steps and EXCEL Programs were busy over the last few weeks making and delivering holiday cards to the residents at Willow Crossing. They also made holiday crafts for their families and dog treats for staff pups. As if that wasn't enough, they spent some quality time with their teammates!

COVID Booster Clinic- December 27th

Mansfield Fire Department will host a COVID Booster Clinic on Monday, December 27

Use this link for more information to to pre-register

This clinic is for individuals 18+ who are fully vaccinated and eligible for the Moderna vaccine.

Individuals who are 16-17 are eligible for the Pfizer booster, but that is not available at this clinic.

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About Us

Timothy Tichacek, Principal

Zachary Abrams, Assistant Director, Special Education

Abigail Barlas, Assistant Principal, Student Support Services

James Schliefke, Assistant Principal, Grades 9 & 11