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MPS to require visitors to present valid driver’s licenses for entrance

Mustang Public Schools will launch a new visitor check-in system, called SchoolSafeID, to better ensure the safety of all students, faculty and staff. For the first time, all visitors will be required to present a valid state-issued ID to obtain a visitor’s pass and enter the school. The name and date of birth on visitors’ driver’s licenses will be compared to the national database of registered sex offenders.

SchoolSafe ID will be managed through a kiosk housed in each school’s main office. A touchscreen will guide visitors through the check-in process, requiring them to scan their driver’s licenses. SchoolSafeID scans the barcode on the back, ensuring accuracy of the information recorded and making inaccurate flagging of visitors much more unlikely.  

Mustang Schools named one of the Top Work Places in Oklahoma
Mustang Public Schools was named one of the Top Work Places of 2017 by the Oklahoman. Recipients of the honor were chosen based on survey results which measured company leadership, career opportunities, compensation, benefits and work environment. Although participation of 35 percent of the employees is required to be eligible, 56 percent of the support and certified staff of MPS responded to the survey.   
MHS Robotics honors sponsors

Mustang High School’s Robotics program honored sponsors Thursday with a gathering in the school’s dedicated robotics room. 

Coach Matt Moore said the program has taken off since FIRST robotics was introduced in 2011. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) was founded in 1989 by inventor Dean Kamen. More than 460,000 students competed worldwide in 2016-2017. 
 

State Superintendent Hofmeister spends morning at MHS

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.  

Change to Zenith saves $326,502 in premiums, nets ladders for every school

Mustang Public Schools changed workers comp insurance providers in 2016 and selected The Zenith Insurance. The new contract and additional negotiation has saved Mustang Schools $326,502 in premiums. The relationship is also netting the district new ladders for every hallway.

Representatives of The Zenith Insurance made an appearance at Monday’s Board of Education meeting to present the district with a check for $2000 to purchase ladders for every school. The company follows trends in work related injuries and believes having accessible ladders for every hallway will cut down on workplace injuries.  

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906 S. Heights Drive
Mustang, OK 73064
 
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405-376-2461 
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