News
Hertz Corporation donates chairs to MPS
The old PE building was filled up with office chairs after the Hertz Corporation donated approximately 300 to Mustang Public Schools this month. Jerry Teddy, Oklahoma City security manager for the Hertz Corporation, said the company is replacing original furnishings like chairs and couches. Hertz has donated equipment to MPS before and Teddy, a Mustang resident, decided to offer the chairs to the district. 
Renner named Director of Human Resources
Mustang Public Schools has hired Dana Renner to take on the position of Director of Human Resources, overseeing a staff of four that serves a district of nearly 1,200 employees. 
The Bridge donates $50,000 for second year to MPS
For the second year in a row, a local church has presented Mustang Public Schools with a check for $50,000 to pay for a year's worth of copy paper for all 13 school sites. Jim McNabb, pastor of the The Bridge, said simply, "It is part of our DNA to be a blessing to our schools and school district."
 
Mustang Schools Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel said he was overwhelmed.
 
Time to sign up for the PSAT
The PSAT measures critical reading skills, math problem-solving skills and writing skills. Mustang High School recommends that students take the PSAT in order to receive feed back about strengths and weaknesses, enter the competition for National Merit Scholar scholarships (11th graders) and to help prepare for the SAT.

The PSAT test will be given Wednesday Oct. 19.

Online Exam registration will begin on Monday, Aug. 22, 2016 at 12:01 a.m. and end on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. In order to register, students can go to the Mustang High School website or visit www.TotalRegistration.net/PSAT/372500 to register.
 
Update on heating and air conditioning improvements at MPS
Heating and air-conditioning is a concern for every Oklahoma school as the doors open to students in the heat of August. Johnny Clark, maintenance manager, provided a run down on the improvements that have been put in place at Mustang Schools over the summer.

Thanks to voters and the passage of the February 2016 bond issue, the 20 ton "package unit" that provides both heating and air conditioning to Mustang Creek Elementary's gym has been replaced. Another 12 ton unit was replaced for the family and consumer sciences classroom at Mustang North Middle School. Hiring a contractor to handle the entire process for both units would have cost the district more than $64,000. Instead, Clark has an HVAC license and the district ordered the units and the cranes. Then, a contractor was hired to install the units. In all it cost less than $36,000 for the parts and labor to install both units. 
 
© 2016. Mustang Public Schools. All Rights Reserved.
906 South Heights Drive, Mustang, OK    Phone: 405-376-2461
Quick-Edit Login