Mansfield Independent School District

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Mansfield Independent School District
Type and location
Type Independent school district
Grades PK–12th
Region Texas
Country United States of America
Location Mansfield
Grand Prairie
District information
Superintendent Dr. Jim Vaszauskas
Budget $225,034,220
Students and staff
Student-teacher ratio 22:1 elementary
27:1 intermediate
28:1 secondary
Athletic conference 5A - Region 1, District 5
4A - Region 1, District 7
Other information

Mansfield Independent School District is a school district headquartered in Mansfield, Texas, United States.

MISD serves Mansfield and portions of the cities of Grand Prairie, Arlington, and a small part of Burleson. The district also extends into northeastern Johnson County.

MISD has over 30 schools and District facilities. Among the facilities are six high schools, the Ben Barber Career Tech Academy, a competition-level stadium, a natatorium complex, and a center for the performing arts.

In 2011, the school district was rated "Academically Acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]

The district integrated in 1965, and it was the last public school system to integrate in the United States of America.


Elementary Schools (PK-4th)[edit]

Name City Opened Notes
Charlotte Anderson Elementary School Arlington 1986 2011 Bond - Scheduled to be demolished and replaced in 2017
J. L. Boren Elementary School Mansfield 2015
Janet Brockett Elementary School Arlington 2005
Willie Brown Elementary School Mansfield 1998
Louise Cabaniss Elementary School Grand Prairie 2008
Anna May Daulton Elementary School Grand Prairie 2006
Kenneth Davis Elementary School Arlington 2001
Imogene Gideon Elementary School Arlington 2001
Glenn Harmon Elementary School Arlington 1988 2011 Bond - Scheduled to be demolished and replaced in 2016
Carol Holt Elementary School Arlington 2007
Thelma Jones Elementary School Arlington 2003
Judy Miller Elementary School Mansfield 2017 (scheduled)
D. P. Morris Elementary School Arlington 1998
Erma Nash Elementary School Mansfield 2003
Nancy Neal Elementary School Mansfield 2011
Annette Perry Elementary School Mansfield 2009
Alice Ponder Elementary School Mansfield 2015
Martha Reid Elementary School Arlington 2004
Mary Jo Sheppard Elementary School Mansfield 2005
Elizabeth Smith Elementary School Mansfield 2004
Cora Spencer Elementary School Grand Prairie 2006
Tarver-Rendon Elementary School Burleson 2013
Roberta Tipps Elementary School Mansfield 2003

Intermediate Schools (5th-6th)[edit]

Name City Opened Notes
Della Icenhower Intermediate School Arlington 2004
Mary Lillard Intermediate School Mansfield 2006
Asa E. Low Jr. Intermediate School Mansfield 2009
Mary Orr Intermediate School Mansfield 1998
Donna Shepard Intermediate School Mansfield 2001
Cross Timbers Intermediate School Arlington 1994

Middle Schools (7th-8th)[edit]

Name City Opened Notes
James Coble Middle School Arlington 2006
T. A. Howard Middle School Arlington 1994
Linda Jobe Middle School Mansfield 2009
Danny Jones Middle School Mansfield 2004
Brooks Wester Middle School Mansfield 2002 Built as Mansfield High School in 1974; Renamed Mansfield High School - South Campus in 1998
Rogene Worley Middle School Mansfield 1986

High Schools (9th-12th)[edit]

Name City Opened Notes
Mansfield High School Mansfield 2002
Mansfield Frontier High School Mansfield 2010 Built as Ben Barber Career Tech Academy in 2004
Mansfield Lake Ridge High School Mansfield 2012
Mansfield Legacy High School Mansfield 2007
Mansfield Summit High School Arlington 2002 Built as Mansfield High School North Campus in 1998
Mansfield Timberview High School Arlington 2004

Alternative Schools[edit]

Name City Opened Notes
Alternative Education Center Mansfield 2003 Built as Erma Nash Elementary School in 1952
Ben Barber Career & Technology Center Mansfield 2004

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "2011 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. 

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