No School Tomorrow, Monday, May 20, 2019

MPS Families,

District personnel have been in close contact with the National Weather Service, and after careful consideration, have decided to cancel school for Monday, May 20, 2019; this will include all afterschool and evening activities (including Bronco Club).  Weather models have been consistent in predicting significant severe weather for tomorrow, so this decision is being made in an abundance of caution. We apologize for any inconvenience and greatly appreciate your understanding as safety is our utmost concern.  Site principals will be in touch regarding any rescheduling of activities, assemblies, etc.  We will keep you updated as needed through email, phone calls, text messages, social media and right here at

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Mustang High School

Mustang High School is the fourth largest high school in the state with an enrollment of approximately 3200 students in grades 9-12.  Mustang High School offers 20 Advanced Placement classes with an extensive co-curricular program.  Our students attend concurrent enrollment at Redlands Community College, Oklahoma City Community College and OSU-OKC.  
Many students attend one of our career tech campuses such as Canadian Valley Technology Center such as the Cowan Campus in Yukon, Holt campus in Yukon or El Reno campus as well as the Metro-Tech Center.
Mustang is a suburban community and is one of the fastest growing school districts in Oklahoma.  Mustang has approximately 18,000 residents and is located just west of Oklahoma City, Ok.  
MHS Administrators
Front row (L-R)  Melanie Hix, Teresa Wilkerson, Ramae Collins, Kaitlin Hensley
Back row (L-R)  Danny Brown, Toby Blair, Renee' Boatman, Craig Chestnut 

Assistant Principals:
Ramae Collins has served as the Curriculum & Instruction Principal at Mustang High School since the 2012-2013 school year.  This is her 28th year as a public school educator in Oklahoma.  Before joining the administrative team at Mustang High School she worked as a district-level curriculum coordinator, site-level administrator, secondary math teacher and elementary classroom teacher. Mrs. Collins received her undergraduate degree in Education from Oklahoma State University and a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from University of Central Oklahoma. 
As the Curriculum & Instruction Principal, Mrs. Collins is involved in all aspects of teaching and learning at MHS including student assessment, grading, academic requirements, intervention/remediation and advanced placement. She works closely with new teachers at MHS to instill in them the culture of excellence and pride that comes with being a Bronco. She also works with students and parents to resolve instructional or classroom problems that may arise during the high school years.  
Craig Chestnut is in his 23rd year of service to Mustang Public Schools. He began his teaching career in 1995. He taught biology and health while also coaching football and track at Mustang High School for 9 years. Mr. Chestnut served as an Administrative intern for 1 year at MHS, before becoming an assistant principal at Mustang North Middle School for 2 years. Following his service at MNMS, he moved back to MHS, were he has been an assistant principal for the past 10 years.

Mr. Chestnut received his bachelors degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University 1994 and his masters degree from Southwestern Oklahoma state university in 2005.

Mr. Chestnut is a 1989 graduate of Mustang High School. He considers it an honor and privilege to work at his alma mater.  Mr. Chestnut has been married to his wife Shannon for 25 years. He has 2 children Jace and Jayden.  During his free time, Mr. Chestnut enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with his family.

Melanie Hix: Sophomore Principal
Melanie Hix has been in the Mustang School district for seven years. She taught at Mustang High School 2008-09 and 2011-17 before joining the administrative team at Mustang High School. She currently serves as the Sophomore Principal.
In the classroom, Ms. Hix taught English II, English III, English IV, Journalism I and II, Desktop Publishing, Photography, Image Editing, Creative Writing, Newspaper, and Communication. She also advised the nationally recognized Remuda yearbook.
Ms. Hix is a proud 1997 Mustang High School graduate. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma in Journalism/Public Relations with a minor in Communications in 2000. Ms. Hix earned a Master's in Literature from Oklahoma City University in 2004 and a Master's in Educational Administration from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 2015.
Ms. Hix wants all students to find their place at Mustang High School and to graduate with their class. She is an advocate for meaningful technology skills in students' lives.
When Ms. Hix is not at school, she enjoys traveling, reading, baking, and spending time with her daughter.
Toby Blair: Freshmen Principal
Toby Blair is in his fourth year as an assistant principal at Mustang High School. He has a background in teaching math and social studies as well as being an assistant principal at the middle school level.
Mr. Blair holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
Mr. Blair's responsibilities for the 2017-2018 school year include being the Freshman Academy Principal.  He is also the Google calendar publisher, freshman programs and freshman orientation coordinator, MHS facilities coordinator and the principal over social studies. He absolutely loves the community of Mustang and finds it an honor to work at such an amazing high school! 
While in the classroom at Shawnee High School she taught U.S. History and AP U.S. History while sponsoring Student Council and the junior class. 
She received her Bachelors degree in History Education from the University of Central Oklahoma and her Masters in Education from the University of Oklahoma.
She so excited to be a part of the Mustang High School team! In her free time she loves to read, shop, and spend time with her husband and their 2 year old bloodhound Murphy!  
Renee' Boatman: At-Risk Principal
Renee' Boatman joined Mustang Public Schools in 1987. She taught at Mustang North Middle School for 17 years before leaving the classroom to become an Assistant Principal at Mustang North Middle School. Following 2 years of service at Mustang North Middle School, she moved to the Freshman Center at Mustang Mid-High for 6 years. For the past 5 years she has been an Assistant Principal at Mustang High School and currently serves as the At-Risk/Technology Principal.

Mrs. Boatman received her undergraduate degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and her master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma in 1995.


Mrs. Boatman is an advocate for students. She works with at-risk students to help them find the best path to obtain their educatonal goals.


During her free time, Mrs. Boatman enjoys reading, camping, teaching swim lessons and spending time with her husband and her two grown children.

MHS Pride
5 Commandments Students Should Live By. . . 
1. Keep it clean.
2. Respect yourself and others.
3. Right Place, right time.
4. School appropriate. (In appearance & Behavior)
5. Be prepared. 
Mission Statement:  People working together with Purpose, Passion and Pride 
to ensure student success.
P3 -Purpose, Passion, Pride
School Colors:
Red, Black & White
Fight Song:
Oh when those Mustang Broncos fall in line, 
we're gonna win this game another time. 
For the dear old team we love so well, 
for the dear ole team will fight fight fight. 
We're gonna fight fight fight for ever more. We're gonna toss the ball and make a score. We're gonna roll those ____ on the floor out the door, MHS! 
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