Elementary #8 - Courtesy of GH2

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GH2, the architect for both elementary #8 and intermediate #3 has provided this animated look through the elementary school. There may be some details that change between this animation and the final product. 
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Bond update: April 2017
Dirt work has started on the sites for elementary number eight at 44th and Czech Hall and intermediate number three at 15th and Czech Hall. Crews have cut a road for equipment into the property for elementary eight and will soon do the same for intermediate three. Both projects are set to open in July of 2018.
Bond Project Timeline
as of April 2017

After many interviews, Mustang Public Schools has split all of the 2017 bond projects between two architects, GH2 and MA+ Architecture. GH2 is the architect for both the elementary and intermediate school. Crossland Construction is the construction management company for all projects.
 
Mustang senior going to prestigious residential STEM camp
OKLAHOMA CITY (April 18, 2017) – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister today announced that Christine Hoang of Mustang High School and Ashleigh Hines of Tishomingo will be Oklahoma delegates to the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia this summer. Both will attend the prestigious residential program for high school seniors on full scholarship. Among the camp’s presenters are scientists from academia, government service and the corporate world.


 
Support the Mustang Public Schools Foundation and attend the April 29 Outdoor Day
 
MHS Robotics finishes season

Mustang High School’s First Robotics program finished their season at the Cox Convention Center. It’s the seventh year MHS has had a robotics program. The robotics club has been in existence since 2000.

Matt Moore, who teaches AP Calculus, AP Statistics and PreAP precalculus, is also the First Robotics Coach. He was pleased with the team’s performance and the robot they created. At the competition, though, schools are paired to form “alliances” and had to battle another alliance together. .  

MPS extends offer to Durham to head boys basketball
Mustang Public Schools has made an offer to Tondrell Durham for the head boys basketball position at MHS. Assistant Principal Robert Foreman took over the coaching duties of the varsity squad this year, but has accepted the position of Mustang Schools’ athletic director. 

Foreman believes Durham is a perfect fit to carry the boys’ basketball program to the next level.

“This is a great hire for our basketball program. Coach Durham has been very successful at Bishop McGuinness High School,” Foreman said. “He brings numerous state championships to the table but more importantly he has impeccable character. He is the type of individual that we want mentoring our student athletes.” 

Durham is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian University where he played for Hall of Fame Coach Dan Hays from 1989 to 1994. He has been with Bishop McGuinness since 1997 and served as head boys basketball coach for 16 years. His career record as head coach is 303 wins to 133 losses, with state championships in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2012. 

Durham is excited for the opportunity. 

"I would like to thank Mustang Public Schools and Dr. McDaniel for giving me this opportunity,” he said. “I look forward to being a part of the Mustang Community. I am excited about the next chapter in my coaching career and I look forward to working with the student-athletes at Mustang High School.” 
 
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