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Central Enrollment Center closed. New students may enroll at their school site beginning Aug. 8
The Central Enrollment center to enroll students for the 2017-2018 school year has closed. Parents who need to enroll their students who are brand new to the district may do so at each child's school site beginning Aug. 8. 
 
Only complete enrollment packets will be accepted. See a list of the requirements and download the appropriate packet at www.mustangps.org/enrollment.aspx.
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Brand new to the district? Enroll at your child's school site
The Central Enrollment center to enroll students for the 2017-2018 school year has closed. Parents who need to enroll their students who are brand new to the district may do so at each child's school site beginning Aug. 8. Only complete enrollment packets will be accepted. See a list of the requirements and download the appropriate packet at www.mustangps.org/enrollment.aspx. 
It's time to apply for the Free and Reduced lunch program
Free and Reduced lunch applications are now available online. Families must apply for free or reduced meals every year. Child Nutrition Director Tammy Bales said Mustang Public Schools currently has approximately 35 percent of students on free or reduced meals but more people would likely qualify. 
Garcia family surprises principal with perfect flower beds
Kathy Blackwell, Canyon Ridge Intermediate principal, returned to a surprise when she reported for work on Monday, July 24. She knew the weeds in the flower bed had gotten out of hand over the summer, some topping four feet tall. Student council students, teachers Kevin Koch and Christie Combs, and Watch D.O.G dad David Garcia took care of the flower beds after school in the spring, but that was months ago.

Blackwell pulled up to the building on July 24 to find Garcia, his wife Sharonda and their two daughters, Brionna and Kaitlyn shoulder deep in the flower beds. 
 
MPS adds online payment system

Mustang Public Schools is rolling out a new online payment program that will simplify paying for students fees, fundraisers, donations, field trips, Bronco Club and more. The program will first be offered to parents of high school students. All other sites will begin accepting online payments Aug. 10. In order for a parent to use the new InTouch system for online payments, parents must already have an account set up in Parent Portal. Through Parent Portal, parents can view their child’s attendance, grades and more.

When parents choose to use InTouch to pay online, there is a convenience fee of $1.50 to the online provider. 
 

Canyon Ridge Intermediate breaks ground on band room addition


Although it’s one of the smaller projects, the groundbreaking for Mustang’s band room addition at Canyon Ridge Intermediate was accompanied with the fanfare of a drum line and the fight song Tuesday morning. Canyon Ridge, which houses half of the district’s fifth and sixth graders, opened in 2013 with 85 sixth grade students in the band program. There are approximately 350 enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year.

 

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