Mustang Public Schools is now accepting affidavits of residence at Mustang High School's central office, 801 S. Snyder Drive. Affidavits are accepted Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, please call 405-376-2404. Forms are available at Central Enrollment.
Parents or guardians who cannot provide the necessary information to verify their address because they are residing with an MPS resident on a temporary or permanent basis are required complete a residence affidavit form. Residency is defined as living in a home exclusively within the boundaries of the MPS district.
The homeowner/resident AND the parent or legal guardian must both be present and both must provide a valid driver's license or state-issued ID card. The homeowner (MPS resident) shall provide two complete proofs of residence as required for all new students. Proofs of residence may include: gas, electric or water/sewer billing; a lease agreement, contract on a home, warranty deed statement, ad valorem tax statement or mortgage statement. (Note: Utility cut-off notices, telephone or cablevision/satellite bills WILL NOT be accepted.)
The parent/custodial parent or legal guardian must present legal paperwork, if warranted.
The name on the affidavit must match the names on the proofs of residence.
The affidavit is valid for the current school year only. A new form must be completed each year.
Both the student and custodial parent/legal guardian must physically reside full-time with an MPS resident. The living arrangements are to be of necessity, and not to avoid school attendance within the district where the student would otherwise be required to attend.
The child shall not be enrolled until all necessary documentation has been provided and verified. If the homeowner/MPS resident /parent/legal guardian/student moves, the enrollment of the student is null and void and the student will be immediately withdrawn.
The MPS Administration reserves the right to make a home inspection. MPS may bill the legal MPS resident for the cost of educational services if falsification of the affidavit occurs.
Oklahoma State Law specifies that any person who willfully makes a false statement in a Residence Affidavit shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than one (1) year, or a fine of not more than five hundred dollars ($500.00), or both.