Mannsville Elementary School is located between Tishomingo and Dickson in Mannsville, OK. We are a Pre-K through 8th grade School and have approximately 115 students. This small class setting allows for better individualized teaching. Our staff is friendly and knowledgeable and always ready to lend a hand.
This site was built for you, parents, students, and fans of the Mannsville Tigers. It provides you with information about each of our Mannsville teachers and their class activities. It also provides you with a school calendar and lunch menus. Photos of class activities will also be available throughout the year. So, check back often to see what is happening at Mannsville Elementary School!
Welcome to Mannsville Elementary School
We are paws-itively wild about Learning!
Mannsville Little Free Library is ready for school year readers!
The Mannsville Little Free Library was dedicated to retiring Mannsville teacher, Tommy Adams and is the first Little Free Library in Johnston County.
The Mannsville Little Free Library is located on a tree at the front of the Mannsville School yard. The library is stocked with adult, youth, and children's books. It’s a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share. Jeff Clements, Mannsville seventh grader and one of the summer Little Free Library book helpers said, " I hope lots of kids get to read books this summer now that they have access in town."
In the beginning—2009–Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin, built a model of a one room schoolhouse as a tribute to his mother, a former school teacher who loved reading. He filled it with books and put it on a post in his front yard. His neighbors and friends loved it. He built several more and gave them away. Each one had a sign that said FREE BOOKS. By January of 2014, the total number of registered Little Free Libraries in the world was conservatively estimated to be nearly 15,000, with thousands more being built.
Picture ( l to r) Jeff Clements, Gus Peoples and Robert Clements (tree)
Loading books into the library: Gus Peoples, Jeff Clements and Robert Clements
Reading Programs! Avoid that slide ......