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School Arrival and Dismissal
 
Mustang Valley Elementary

Procedures for Car Riders

*When dropping off or picking up students, all vehicles MUST use the car rider lane off of SW 29th Street (northwest of the gym). The loop on the east side of the school is for school buses and daycare vans only.

*All vehicles MUST go through the drop off/pick up line. Vehicles SHOULD NOT park unless the parent is going into the school to talk to a teacher or go to the office.

*In order to avoid long car lines, feel free to drop you child off beginning at 7:15 AM. No supervision is provided before then.

*Two rows of traffic will be formed after entering the car rider lane. Duty teachers will direct parents as to when students should exit their cars. Please be aware of what is going on around you as multiple cars will unload at the same time.

*While in the car rider lane, parents should not get out of their vehicle to open car doors and help their child in/out. There will be staff members on duty if a child needs help entering/exiting a vehicle. ALL STUDENTS MUST EXIT ON THE PASSENGER SIDE OF THE CAR.

*At 7:40 am, the gate leading into the car rider lane will be closed. At that point, parents must drive to the front of the school and check their student in as they are considered tardy.

*During afternoon dismissal, if a parent forgets his/her car rider tag, he/she will have to drive to the office and show ID to the secretaries before the child is released.

*At no point should children be dropped off and left unescorted by an adult when coming to school.


BroncoClub to open for 2016-2017 school year

 

Mustang Public Schools is bringing after-school care for Mustang students in house. BroncoClub will be offered at Mustang's elementary and intermediate sites for the 2016-2017 school year. Students in kindergarten through sixth grade are eligible to take part.

 

Dr. Angela Mills, who will assume the position of director of Community Outreach, will oversee the program.

 

"BroncoClub is more than just after school supervision," she said. "It's extended learning. They'll have the opportunity for computer time, arts and crafts, STEM activities, games, guest speakers and more."

 

A yearly enrollment fee of $25 is required at the time of registration. Tuition is to be pre-paid weekly and will be pro-rated for short weeks. To enroll a child, stop by myschoolbucks.com, the same system used to deposit money into a student's lunch account. Parents can pay by credit card or electronic check. Fees for BroncoClub are $60 for five days a week, $48 for four days a week, $36 for three days a week and $24 for two days a week. See detailed information for signing up, including program documents, at www.mustangps.org/BroncoClub.aspx. Enrollment is open now.

 

In addition to after-school care, BroncoClub Camps will be available all-day during school breaks including fall break, Thanksgiving break, winter break and spring break. All students in kindergarten through sixth grade can sign up for a camp, even if they don't attend BroncoClub during the week. Fees for the camps will be announced at www.mustangps.org/BroncoClub.aspx.

 

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