ALL MANSFIELD CHILDREN,
ages birth to eight, are
SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS, and their families are CONNECTED to the community
Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony
Parade will travel from the corner of Bassetts Bridge Road and Rt 195 to the Old Cemetery on Rt 195 in Mansfield Center. A brief ceremony honoring veterans will follow.
Come see what Joshua’s Trust is all about! You can visit our two historic properties, the Atwood Farm and the Gurleyville Grist Mill, and learn more about the land we preserve. Come see the exhibits inside the many outbuildings at the Farm – we have new labels and explanations about farming back in the late 19th century Docents will be at both places to answer any questions. Then, enjoy a walk along the Fenton at the Grist Mill.
All parents have lots of questions and lots of answers about a wide variety of issues. Below are some frequently asked question and answers generated by Mansfield parents.
As our name implies, Mansfield Advocates for Children (MAC) is strongly involved in advocating for common sense policies that stand to benefit children and their families.
MAC works to implement the Mansfield’s Plan for Young Children, which addresses coordinated strategies to ensure that all Mansfield children birth through eight years old are healthy, successful learners, and their families are connected to the community.