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MISSION STATEMENT

LOCATION

Academic Team

Vanessa McIntire

Academic Team-Prepare for Academic Bowl

competitions across the state.

(E117)

Anime/Fandom Club

John Cheek

To give students a place to connect over their shared artistic interest in anime and other genre art forms. Students participate in anime related games as well as discussing fan theories and designing and creating costumes.

(B207)

Archery Club

Taylor Hurst

To become better archers and potentially go on to complete in the state tournament.  Archery club allows student who do not have the class the opportunity to become familiar with archery equipment.

(Old P.E. Building)

Art Club

Vanessa McIntire

Art Club Mission – Enriching the member’s lives by exposure to and involvement in art at school, the community, and the state.

(E117)

American Sign Language Club

Tiffany Sizemore 

Emily Farnham

To educate students who are interested in learning more about the ASL Language. We will learn modes, signs and deaf culture through different activities.

     (Commons)

Book and Film Club

Justin Wilson

Read selections of literature from a wide variety of authors and genres.  If a movie adaptation of a novel exists, read the novel and then watch the film to discuss the differences and similarities.  The Book and Film Club allows for different groups of people to come together and participate in discussions.  It also gives readers the opportunities to become acquainted with novels and films they would not read on their own. 

(J109)

Business Professionals

of America

Jennifer Robinson

The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills. BPA is a division of Career Tech. The club focuses on business networking through the sponsored BPA events set forth by the BPA division.  Members are encouraged to apply for officer positions within the club.

(K101)

Cheer

Millie Cooper

The purpose of our Spirit Squad here at Mustang High School is to promote school spirit, support various organized activities, represent the school, and provide positive leadership in all aspects of school life. This squad will promote and encourage.

(Wellness Center & Horizon Gym)

Color Guard

Ryan Edgmon

MHS Color Guard is dedicated to providing a

positive and healthy environment that encourages creativity, unity, acceptance, guidance, and self- confidence to achieve excellence in dance and visual musicality.

(Band)

DECA

Jamie Cochran

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

(F125)

Engineering and

Robotics Club

Matt Moore

Mission:  To show students and our community the possibilities of a career in engineering through participation in fun and high profile engineering and robotics contests.

       (Robotics Lab)

 

FCCLA 9th – 12th

Karen Woodard

Donette Yeilding

Whitney Miller

FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)is a National Career Tech student organization that provides personal growth, leadership development and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences courses. 

(E120)

FFA

Danny Griffin And

Randy Harris

Mustang FFA is dedicated to making a positive

difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education and leadership activities.

(VoAg Building)

Fishing Club

Mike Meledeo

To help our youth better understand and properly

use fishing equipment and different types of fishing.

(E123)

French Club

Karen

McChesney

The French Club brings students together to

participate in activities related to the French language and French speaking cultures.

(G206)

Guitar Club

Mike Meledeo

Teach our youth how to play guitar – a life-long activity.

(E123)

Hip Hop Club

James Grigsby

To spread the joy and have fun dancing.

(Auditorium Lobby)

 Jazz Band Ryan Edgmon 

The mission of the MHS Jazz Band is to develop in each student an appreciation of the art of music as a part of general culture; to teach techniques of musical expression; to discover and develop the talents of students in all styles of music; to develop knowledge and skills in listening to all styles of music and in reading performing all styles of music

 (Band)

 

Mock Trial

Katelyn Caudle

The goal is not to win for the sake of winning, but to learn and understand the meaning of good citizenship in our democracy. In this sense, all students who participate will be winners!

(B206)

MPACT

Cara Combs

The Mustang Prevention and Coalition Team will continue to develop, collaborate and sustain a progressive, safe and a healthy community that

promotes overall wellness.

(Counseling)

National Honor

Society

Tom Garner

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s

premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students.  More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.  Any student in grades 10 through 12 is eligible for consideration for membership in the

National Honor Society.

(K122)

Newspaper

Lauren Crout

The MHS Remuda News highlights the current

events of the school while improving individual student growth in various journalistic styles of writing.  

(E104)

Poetry Club

Erin Cheek

Our mission is to create a safe space for MHS students to read, write, share, and perform poetry. Our goal is to foster a non-judgmental environment for young poets and authors.

(B211)

 

POM

Kelly Dennison

The purpose of our Spirit Squad here at Mustang

High School is to promote school spirit, support various organized activities, represent the school, and provide positive leadership in all aspects of school life. 

(Wellness Center)

Relay for Life

Mariah Hudson Casey Evans

Relay for Life is a student led organization that

plans a 12 hour event which funds money for the American Cancer Society.

(J103)

SADD

Karol Pyle

The goal of SADD is to encourage healthy and

positive life choices such as avoiding drugs and tobacco. Students participate in campaigns such as Red Ribbon Week and Kick Butts Day to promote school-wide involvement in positive choices.

(B209)

SAGA

(Sexuality and Gender Acceptance)

John Cheek/Erin

Cheek

To encourage young people of the LGBT

community and allies to accept themselves and others.  Aim to help these students by engaging in respectful discussions about the troubles students in the LGBT community face and how to solve them. Our main goal is to create a safe place for students

to come and feel welcomed and accepted for who they are.

(B211)


Sign-Language Club

Tiffany Sizemore

Emily Farnham

To educate students who are interested in learning more about the ASL Language.  We will learn modes, signs and deaf culture through different activities. 

(F103)

National Spanish Honor Society

Rose Chavez

To develop and continue the student’s interest in language and service to their fellow Spanish peers and community.

(G201)

Poetry Club

Erin Cheek

Our mission is to create a safe space for MHS students to read, write, share, and perform poetry. Our goal is to foster a non-judgmental environment for young poets and authors.

(B211)

Student Council

Justin Wilson

Ashley Stewart

We the students of MHS, in order to improve the

school, support the following goals:

  • Create a better school spirit and morale
  • Establish a better understanding between students and faculty, and among students themselves
  • Work toward a greater appreciation of good sportsmanship with other schools
  • Enlist a wider variety of school activities
  • Empower students with a greater feeling of responsibility for our school, all of which help create a more unified school organization. Student council is open to all students.

**Morning: Auditorium

**Freshmen Lunch & 1st Lunch:  J Conference

**2nd Lunch: J Conference or J109

Technology Student

Association

Chad Harper

The mission of High School TSA is to enrich the

student experience by giving opportunity to participate in activities like robotics, CO2 car racing, and other competitive events through the National Technology Student Association.  Everyone is welcome regardless of his or her skill level.

(C109)

 

Theatre Club

Emily Farnham

Purposes:

  • To unify Mustang Public School’s Theatre students
  • To create revenue through fundraisers and donations for costs of productions, apparel

(MHS Theatre club t-shirts, jackets, etc.),

tournament and competition fees, publicity, Theatre awards banquet, workshops and guest speakers, and social events;

  • To generate local businesses’ sponsorship and donations toward our program;
  • To publicize and promote within the school system as well as the community MHS Theatre endeavors & productions;
  • To motivate and involve parents of MHS Theatre students
  • To establish and maintain a mentorship

program with Middle School Theatre students; and

  • To increase productivity of MHS Theatre Department.

(F103)

Think Tank

Kyle Farnham

To Provide a place for teenagers to discuss and struggle with the ideas, events and philosophies of their world and what to do about them;

A contemporary tribute to 18th Century Enlightenment 

(G104)

Unified Club

Cherie Miller

To unite students with and without disabilities

  • through social activities, sports training and competition. The goal is to build student character, increase acceptance of disabilities and develop leadership skills and enhance the whole school community.

(E114)

Yearbook

Lauren Crout

The MHS Remuda aims to produce high quality publications that represent the student body. Students learn to manage time wisely, to peer and

self-edit and to work with adults and peers.

Class requirements: Journalism I, Advisor approval

(E104)

Young Democrats of MHS

John Cheek

To provide a platform for young people to become more involved in their political party.  The Young Democrats of MHS will act as a community that strives to learn about important issues and act as a conductor through which students can voice their opinions on these issues. The Democratic Party’s movement and ideologies will be the main object of this club through knowledge and proactive actions.  

(B208)

Young Republicans of Oklahoma

Mike Mason

To help spread our party’s conservative beliefs and to get our members actively involved with the OKGOP.  The club will also provide an environment in which our party’s youth can get together and openly discuss our opinions, thoughts and ideas as well as meet other teens who share the same political background.

(K102 or K103)

 
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