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MMS Accelerated Reader Scores


Class of 2025--1063.1

Class of 2024--1338.7

Class of 2023--2174.3

Class of 2022--1968.3

Total Points--6544.4


School Goal--21,100 Points


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Mansfield Middle School is committed to ensuring students’ academic growth, celebrating their accomplishments, and moving them towards international competitiveness.

School will be closed Monday, November 20th to Friday, November 24th for

Thanksgiving Break. 

School will resume on Monday,

November 27th. 


Have a Happy and Safe

Thanksgiving Holiday!

MMS Students of the Year

Congratulations to the MMS

Students of the Year! 

Ms. Al Breanna Gossett,

5th Grade Student of the Year!

Ms. TaKiya Edwards,

8th Grade Student of the Year!

Class of 2022 Career Day

On November 9, 2017, Mansfield Middle School hosted its 2017 Career Day.  Eighth grade students had the opportunity to visit with guest presenters and ask questions about their occupations, job requirements and benefits, and their educational training. 

Guest presenters were: Christy Shoalmire and Adenah Lynch (of Citizens National Bank); Dianne Clark (of Northwest Louisiana Technical College); Ja'Licia Franklin and Breana Remedes (Social Workers with Project Celebration, Inc.); Demetri Hill (presenting on Academics and STEM work); Asst. District Attorney George Winston III and Cotessa Roberson (of DeSoto Parish DA's office); LaShonda Guiton-Wiggins (Radiologic Technologist); Sgt. Michael Holmes and students of Mansfield High School JROTC; Chris Samuels and LaTasha Shelton (of Mansfield Fire Department); LaKisha Hensley, LPN (of David Raines CHC); Tony Cutright of Mansfield High School (presenting on professional athletics); Jenkins Funeral Home; and Officer Roman Hanks and Officer LaNette Carter (of the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Department). 

After engaging in many excitement filled conversations with the various professionals, the 8th graders spent the second half of the day with the Mansfield High School JROTC cadets who demonstrated various cadences and drills and guided the 8th grade students through teambuilding exercises.

We are very appreciative of all of our presenters.  They truly engaged students and lit some fires of curiosity that help to lay the foundation for future accomplishments.  Also a special thank you to Mrs. Brenda Hall of DeSoto Parish Chamber of Commerce and Mr. RaShad Bristo of Healthy Blue for items donated in support of our event.  Finally, thanks to Ms. Lillie Giles for visiting with us and supporting our students.

All Wolverines at HEART!

To end out Red Ribbon Week and in the spirit of friendly competition MMS had "Jersey Day" on Friday, November 3rd. Students, faculty, and staff were encouraged to wear their favorite team gear. "Jersey Day" wouldn't have been complete without a little Saints vs Cowboys competition. At the end of the day all students wearing Saints or Cowboys gear were called to the lobby for a "Fan Off". Those in Black and Gold asked "Who Dat"! The Blue and Silver replied clearly "We Dem Boyz, Don't Make Us Do It!"


All students and staff enjoyed the time and came together as


in the end!

Project Lead the Way

Project Lead the Way students created a foot orthosis from scratch for students with multiple sclerosis. Their goal was to make a boot for multiple sclerosis students to be able to walk in correctly.  They needed to be able to walk with their heels down and their toes up.  P.L.T.W. students created and tested their boots in the science lab at MMS.

Scoring in the Classroom


Outstanding Community Service


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