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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!

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Contact Information
Mannsville Public Schools
P.O. Box 68
509 East School Street
Mannsville, Oklahoma 73447
Phone: 580-371-2892
Fax: 580-371-9336

Welcome to Mannsville  Elementary 


We are paws-itively wild about Learning!




Tiger Update!

We will be off Friday, April 18th, May 2nd and May 9th.

The Easter Egg Hunt will be this Thursday instead of Friday. Don't forget to send your eggs and a basket.


Please do not drop your children off before 7:30am.

Thank you for helping us with this!




Zac Beckham

Johnston County Chamber of Commerce's

  Mannsville Student of the Year

He was presented with a plaque at the April 4th Awards Ceremony. Chamber of Commerce President Heather West  presented Zac with his plaque and praised his leadership and academics.


Thank you Mannsville for your vote of encouragment and new roof and windows! The staff and students are so excited. Go Tigers!


On Friday, March 28th, the Mannsville Methodist  Church held a Teacher Appreciation Luncheon for the Mannsville School Teaching Staff. The fellowship hall  tables were decorated with creative school theme centerpieces, door prizes were drawn, and  the teachers were given school supplies and Wal-Mart gift cards in appreciation for all their hard work at the school. " It was beyond what I thought they were going to do," said Bret Willard. " The lunch and everything was fantastic!"  The church had a Mannsville School themed cake for dessert and the teachers expressed how much the event had lifted their spirits.





      April 15th          3rd & 4th Grade Reading Test

April 18                        Easter Egg Hunt @2:00 Pre-K-2nd

April 29&30                State Testing


Mannsville 4-H

Mannsville 4-H Officers participated in the Johnston County Clothing Day at the Johnston County Fair Barn. Students had a fashion show, learned about how to mix and match clothing and made some fashion accessories. Holding their first place ribbons are: Daisy Jo Lewis, Zac Beckham, Jeff Clements, Trinity Lewis, and Cassandra Harwell.


We celebrated 100 Days of School!

Mrs. Lewis' 1st grade class at Mannsville Elementary celebrated the 100th day of school by bringing collections of 100 to share with the class, making necklaces with 100 Fruit Loops, and 100th day crowns and activities

Trent Lewis is holding the class sign
 Hunter Bivens and Trinatiy France are working on their necklances
Class Pix-
Back Row: Billy Gregory, Daniel Converse, Briar Alvarado, Tent Lewis, Logan Musgrove, Hunter Bivens, Nathan Goains, Asher Rush and Trinatiy France
Front Row: Dakotah Hobbs, Dalton Hatter, Jeremy Merchant, River Edwards, Colton Johnson and Harley Hurt


National History Day was Feb. 27th for 5th, 6th and 7th

Mannsville School with Jason Harris ( Oklahoma History Center) and Dr. Corie Delashaw ( SOSU- Chairman of the National History Day Regional Contest)

We placed 1st and 2nd in the Junior Exhibits and 2nd in Junior Performance. Our 5th graders did an outstanding job with their speeches on famous Americans. We had a campus tour of SOSU and ate in their cafeteria. It was a fantastic experience. Thank you Mrs. Clements, Mrs. Lewis ( Joyce) and Mrs. Peeples for all your help. We could not have done it without you!

Shelby Beckham, Trinity Lewis, Courtney Lamb and Dystiny Eberhart

"Fight for Women's Rights"

Jeff Clements, Zac Beckham and Nathaniel Mefford

"Get Out of Jail Free"


Trevor Carrol, Cassandra Harwell, Gus Peoples, Bradly Phillips, and Alion Morgan


On February 27th, Mannsville 5th-7th graders participated in the Regional National History Day at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The regional contest is part of a national contest that starts with regional contests, winners there then go to the state contest in Oklahoma City in May and winners from there go to the national contest in Maryland in June.

This is Mannsville’s second year participating in the contest. Mrs. Garone and Ms. Hill, National History Day advisors explain what is so important about the program, “ National History Day promotes critical thinking skills that are so important to the student’s future success. They also gain: research and reading skills; oral and written communication and presentation skills; self-esteem and confidence; and finally, they are exposed to information and people that they would have never seen or met in the ordinary course of school.”

The school had three presentation exhibits, one performance group giving a skit and eight 5th graders presenting short historical orations over the lives of famous Americans. The students attended a workshop on public speaking, took a tour of the campus and ate in the cafeteria in addition to the competition.

Fifth grader Alexia Otter stated, “ I like that when you say your speech, people are really listening to you. It is good to learn how to speak in front of people.”

Seventh grader, Shylea Eberhart commented, “ I like how we got to see everything that SOSU had to offer: their library, fine arts, math, dorms, the gyms, science building and the weight room. It was a great opportunity. Oh yeah, eating in the cafeteria was pretty fun too!!”

Andrew Dyer, a fifth grader said, “ Going to this was one of the coolest things I have ever got to do. I had stage fright, but I got over it. The questions (from the judges) were hard, but everything turned out. I learned a lot and won a medal too. Now I know about college.”

Mannsville will be taking three teams to Oklahoma Historical Center in Oklahoma City on May 7th for the state competition. “ We are so thankful for support we have received to participate. Several people bought us needed supplies and Noble Energy awarded us a grant to pay our expenses going to Southeastern. It was such a blessing to receive their grant and cover our costs,” added Mrs. Garone.




Our kids and you know who at the Reaching Out Fish Fry!


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Attendance and Academic Excellance Awards-- pictures from the Awards Ceremony on Friday, April 4th on the Awards Page

Miranda, Shane, Daisy Jo and Michael excited about their awards!


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