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Mansfield Schools Open For New Year
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 8/27/2014

Tyger Pride is back, as Mansfield Schools open for a new year Wednesday. We caught-up with Superintendent Brian Garverick at Prospect Elementary, as he visited all seven buildings to welcome the beaming children back to school. He says the goals this year are the same as always, to improve academic achievement and teachers' professional development, while maintaining a safe learning environment. One change this year involves Malabar Intermediate and Mansfield Middle School students being required to wear color-coded wrist bands and have designated seating areas during Tyger football games at Arlin Field. Malabar students must be with a parent or guardian when entering Arlin Field. Those not sitting with their parents will sit in the upper home section close to Trimble Road. Middle school students not sitting with their parents will sit in the upper home section close to the home locker room.

   
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