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 Due to inclement weather, school will be closed again tomorrow for Thursday, Feb. 22. District officials will review the road conditions later in the day and make a determination regarding Thursday's evening activities.
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Boundary Realignment
Boundary Realignment forum set for Feb. 8

Mustang parents with children in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to an informal open forum where they can view large maps and talk one-on-one with district personnel about the proposed boundary realignment for the elementary and intermediate schools. The forum is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 8, at the Mustang High School Commons. Parents will have an opportunity to submit their concerns and thoughts on the proposed plan in writing. The comments will be disseminated to the steering committee. 

Thanks to the support of the community, Mustang Public Schools will be opening its eighth elementary school and third intermediate school for the 2018-2019 school year. The schools cannot open soon enough. The district continues to grow steadily, gaining  more than 400 students this year alone. The largest growth is concentrated in the northern side of the district.

To populate the new schools, relieve overcrowding at other schools and balance the enrollment at all the elementary and intermediate schools, the district put together a steering committee to create a proposal for the new boundaries. The committee will review comments submitted from the boundary realignment page on the district website as well as comments from the forum. 

If someone would like to submit their comments but cannot make it to the open forum, the proposed boundaries can be seen at

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Don’t want to worry about dinner? 

THURSDAY is McTeacher Night at McDonalds on hwy 152 between 5-7pm. Come join us for dinner tonight! Remember to bring cash for cookies and discount cards.

Do you have an upcoming Pre-K student?
MPS to offer full-day pre-k for as many as possible

Mustang Public Schools will be offering a limited option for full-day pre-kindergarten for the 2018-2019 school year. Since its inception more than a decade ago, the district has only been able to offer pre-k as a half-day program. 

Stacy Edwards, executive director of elementary schools, said most full-day options will be at the district’s eight elementary schools. Half-day classes will likely be at Mustang Education Center. 

“We are very excited that we are at a point to offer full-day pre-kindergarten to as many families as possible,” Edwards said. “It has been a regular request for some time. Thanks to the construction of the new elementary school, we will be able to offer full-day pre-kindergarten on a limited basis for the fall.” 

Once the full-day program is full, parents will be offered half-day pre-kindergarten. Or, parents can choose half-day as their program of choice. Edwards said the number of full-day or half-day classes cannot be determined until after Pre-Kindergarten Round-up, which is set for March 13 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Mustang Middle School. Only after the district has an idea of how many parents are requesting full-day versus half-day will staffing and location decisions for the new year be possible. Transportation is not provided for pre-kindergarten, but full-day pre-kindergarten students will have the option to attend BroncoClub, the district’s after-school program, in the afternoons. 

Parents of students who will be old enough for pre-kindergarten in August should bring their completed packets to Pre-Kindergarten Round-up. Attendance is required to be entered into the drawing for full-day pre-k. Parents who have turned in completed enrollment packets, with all the correct supporting documents and an up-to-date shot record, can request the full-day or half-day program on the packet. 

Arriving early at Round-up will not increase a child’s chances of getting a full-day pre-k spot. Enrollment will be determined by an impartial drawing of all eligible students at a later date and is not determined by the order the packets are received. Parents will receive a call no later than May 1, 2018 to verify their child’s enrollment and which school they will be attending for 2018-2019. 

Packets received after Pre-K Round-up will be placed on a waiting list. 

“We will try to place as many students as possible in their home elementary school,” Edwards said. “We know that may not be possible for everyone, but we will do our best to accommodate as many families as we can.” 

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