Welcome to Annie E. Vinton  Elementary School!

Our school of 270 students and 60 staff members is located on Stafford Road (Route 32) in Mansfield Center, about halfway between the University of Connecticut and Eastern Connecticut State University. I am proud to say that we are a neighborhood school full of fabulous children, dedicated staff, and supportive parents. Together we are known as the "Vinton Family."

Vinton School opened on January 27, 1952. The School is named after Annie E. Vinton, who lived in the Eagleville section of town and served for many years on the Mansfield Board of Education, the UConn Board of Trustees, and in the Connecticut State Legislature. She devoted her life to improving the lives of children and providing additional quality educational opportunities for all learners. 

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  1. News & Announcements
  1. cover of special edition Mansfield Schools Newsletter Jan 2022

    Special Edition of Board of Education Newsletter: New School Update

    Read the Special Edition of the Board of Education Newsletter with construction and transition updates on the new Mansfield Elementary School Read the newsletter here
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    Additional COVID-19 Test Kits for Students

    The State of Connecticut and the Connecticut Department of Education (CSDE) have secured additional at home COVID-19 test kits for students. Read on...
  3. Omicrom Variant of COVID

    An Update from Supt. Lyman about COVID Protocols

    Mansfield will reduce its period of isolation and quarantine to 5 days following very careful practices Read on...
  4. Kim King, Mansfield Teacher of the Year

    Mansfield Teacher Kim King Named Connecticut Teacher of the Year

    Governor Lamont and Education Commissioner Russell-Tucker Attend Celebration Ceremony at Mansfield's Southeast School to Announce Mrs. King's Achievement Read on...
  5. Photo of Mansfield Public Schools Superintendent Kelly Lyman

    A Letter to Families from Supt. Kelly Lyman

    "Mansfield has been a wonderful place to work as a school leader and I am proud of all that we have accomplished together," Read Supt. Lyman's letter here
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