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All Oklahoma Public Schools Are Closed Through The End Of The 2019-2020 School Year

At this time, all schools and offices are not scheduled to reopen until the 2020-2021 school year begins

We will be working on plans for PreK Roundup, Central Enrollment, & more - those will be communicated ASAP.

You may contact us by email in the event of an urgent need or emergency, and we will respond as soon as possible.

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Mustang

Public Schools

Jana Gall

Title VI Indian Education

Welcome to Canyon Ridge, Horizon, and Meadow Brook Intermediate Schools!  My name is Jana Gall and I am the Title VI, Indian Education, teacher for the intermediate schools.  

Please contact me:  gallj@mustangps.org

Canyon Ridge Intermediate School:        405-256-6955
Horizon Intermediate School:                   405-256-6282
Meadow Brook Intermediate School:      405-256-5250 
 
The objective for Title VI is for Native American Indian students to be given the opportunity for small group service/tutoring in Reading and Math curriculum. 
 
I look forward to working with your children!
 
Jana Gall
Title VI Education Teacher
Mustang Public Schools 
 
About Me:
My family:  My husband and I have 2 grown sons and 2 grandsons.  I have worked in Mustang Public Schools for my entire education career.  I started teaching Indian Education in 2012.  I love working with small groups of students to help them better understand a concept or skill they have learned in their classroom!
 
 
 
 

What is Title VI?

Title VI , formally known as Title VII, is a Federal program that provides tutoring in reading and math for Native American students who have a completed 506 form on file.  If your child, or the parent / grandparent, are members of a Federally recognized tribe, and you have not filled out a 506 form, you will find a download on the upper right of this page that you can print off, fill out and turn in to your child's teacher. We must have an original 506 form on file in order for your child to be eligible for services. The students who are not meeting benchmarks set up by the district and the state department of education will be first to be served.  If you have any questions about Title VI you may check the district page under links.  If you need me, I would love to help any way I can. 
My email is:  gallj@mustangps.org  

Newsletter

Welcome back to school!  I hope your childrens' classes are going well!  The students are taking the STAR Reading and Math tests to determine if your child is at the benchmark for Mustang Public Schools. The tests will be taken again in January and May. The benchmark helps determine if your child will be Proficient for the state testing in April.  I will be looking at the data to make my schedule to best help those who are in need of extra help.  I will be sending letters home with students who will be on my schedule.  Please remember, you as the parent, have the option of your child not receiving the help.  There is a Opt out section at the bottom of the letter.
Remember, the Title VI program is for students who have a completed 506 form on file. 
Please feel free to email me (the best way) with any questions, concerns, or comments. 
Thank you for all you do for your children! 
 

JOM

The Mustang area Johnson O'Malley parent group meets at the Community Center the second Tuesday of each month. If you have any questions for the group please contact Amanda Miller at  Mustangjomparent@gmail.com The Mustang JOM is funded through the Cheyenne Arapaho Tribes but serve all tribes. Information is also available on their facebook page, Mustang JOM.

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