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Superintendent Charles Bradley
Picture of Charles Bradley Mustang Public Schools' superintendent is a long-time district employee and administrator.

Charles Bradley joined the Mustang Public School District in 1998, and has experience as a district teacher, coach and administrator. His administrative experience includes service as the district’s administrative assistant, as an interim high school principal, top academic officer, district’s deputy superintendent and most recently the interim superintendent.  MPS board hired Charles Bradley at the December 10, 2018 board  meeting. 

“I believe in our teachers and staff and look forward to the future as we both grow in enrollment and in academic strength. Mustang has much to be proud of and we have a bright future ahead,” Bradley said.

Bradley and his wife, Christy, the principal at Mustang North Middle School, have two sons, Garrison and Grant.
 
 
 
Deputy Superintendent Tracy Skinner
 Tracy Skinner, who was named the Deputy Superintendent of Mustang Public Schools, brings a long history in education to the position. From time as a building administrator to her work refining the flow of the MPS Human Resources Department, Skinner has covered all aspects of Pre-K - 12 education. 
 
Skinner graduated with a bachelor's of arts in music education from Oklahoma City University in 1993. She earned a master's of education in administration from the University of Central Oklahoma in 1998. 

She began her career at Will Rogers Elementary in 1993 before being named the Elementary Music Programs and Teachers Coordinator for Putnam City Schools from 2000 to 2007. Before joining Mustang Public Schools as the Director of Secondary Schools, she served as the Deer Creek Middle School and Deer Creek High School Principal for a number of years.
 
Skinner took over as the Executive Director of Human Resources in 2014, where her team implemented a new software system that took the employment application process online. As the Deputy Superintendent, Skinner will provide direction and oversight to all academic teams as the district follows a path of continuous improvement. 
 
Skinner's husband Todd has been an educator in Putnam City for 27 years and co-owns a lawn maintenance company. The couple have a daughter, Addye, who is in the sixth grade. 
 
Tracy Skinner 
Assistant Superintendent Jason Pittenger

Jason Pittenger began his educational career as a Science teacher in the Tulsa area at Union Intermediate High School.  In the classroom for 10 years teaching Chemistry, Biology, and computer programming, he leveraged an opportunity to become an Assistant Principal in the same building he was teaching. He served the students and staff at union for three years in this role.   

 

With this unique experience, he expanded his skill set to serve the community of Edmond as the Curriculum Assistant Principal at Edmond North High School.  During his time in this role, he worked diligently to identify academic metrics and solutions for continuous improvement.  Following four years in this role, he was blessed to be chosen to lead the school in the building Principal role.  During his six years as the Principal, Edmond North was named the top comprehensive public high school in the state of Oklahoma for three consecutive years, according to U.S. News and World Report.  Following this experience, he moved to the Oklahoma State Department of Education as the Executive Director of Accreditation serving 500 plus districts in Oklahoma.  

 

In this role, his division worked directly with Federal Programs, State Aid, Special Education, Personnel, Student Services, Transportation, Child Nutrition, Assessment, and Accountability among others.  

 

Jason has been in education in Oklahoma for over 25 years.  He has a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree from Oklahoma State University, and currently attends Southern Nazarene University as a Doctoral student.  He has 2 boys, Lane age 12 and Lyric, age 15, has coached travel Ice Hockey for over a decade and enjoys all things music in his spare time.

 

“Mustang is a quality district with quality people doing wonderful things for kids," he said.  "I feel very fortunate to be in a district with such visionary leadership, wonderful community support, terrific kids and great people.  I look forward to serving this community in ways that support the mission and vision of the district allowing our teachers and staff to maximize the potential of each and every student.”

                                                                         
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