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Student Assistance Program

Mustang Public School's Student Assistance Program (SAP) is designed to support and enhance learning and well being through the areas of prevention, intervention and support

The District recognizes that the stresses students experience such as grief, depression, anxiety, anger management, self-esteem issues, bullying, coping with a family member's addiction, or the use of drugs including alcohol, and other high-risk behaviors can become barriers to academic success. 
 
Students cannot make full use of the total school program when trying to deal with these issues alone as they can seriously inhibit their capacity to learn and to function effectively in the school environment. 

Components of our SAP program

  • Support Groups
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Referrals to Community Services
  • Prevention Education 
  • Parent contact, support and resources

The Student Assistance Program is designed to help remove barriers that are affecting a student's academic success.

For information on programs available contact your child's school counselor. 
 
McKinney-Vento Act

Homeless Liaison

For information on assistance programs, please contact the Mustang Public Schools' Homeless Liaison:

Kim Baker, bakerk@mustangps.org

 405-376-7824
 
Family Support

 Support is available for families who need help.  Contact your child's counselor for assistance.

  • Food 4 Kids - All Mustang Public School Sites partner with the Regional Food Bank to provide food to families.   
  • All America Clothes Closet  - Sponsored by All America Bank 


 
 



Kim Baker, M. Ed
Student Assistance Coordinator 
405-376-7824
Bakerk@mustangps.org
 
 
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