Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister spent the morning with students and staff at Mustang High School Monday morning. Hofmeister makes it a priority to visit schools across the state throughout the year.
“We were honored that Superintendent Hofmeister made time in her schedule to hear about the things going on in the district and particularly at Mustang High School,” said Mustang Superintendent Sean McDaniel.
After an introduction of guests including Mustang City Manager Tim Rooney and Rep. Leslie Osborn, the Mustang Trails Elementary Honor Choir performed. MHS students then told Hofmeister about the culture, events and programs of Mustang High School including leadership and advanced placement opportunities, the student-led Relay for Life, FFA, wood shop, athletics and more.