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Mansfield Senior High Seniors Have Left The Building
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 5/24/2013

Goodbye to the T-Y Tyger class of 2013.

The 179 member senior class of Mansfield Senior High School gathered in the commons Friday morning for the tradition of being led out of the building by computer-assisted drafting teacher James Ruble, an accomplished bagpipe player.

Principal Brian Garverick has known these students since they were freshman, when he started the job four years ago.

He says this class got the highest Ohio Graduation Test scores, and the second most college scholarship money, while being the school's smallest graduating class.

Garverick says they're all good kids, who are nice to each other, and many have high asperations for college and their careers.  

As for the bagpipe-tooting teacher, he's retiring.  Garverick plans to ask him to keep coming back for the seniors' last day.

The total number of Mansfield graduates this year is 220, counting those from the Integrated Learning Center and the IMAC Academy.

   
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