Start and dismissal times for last day (May 25)
 The last day of school (May 25, 2017) will be a four hour day. Start and end times are shown below. Students eat lunch at school. 
  • Elementary 7:40-11:40
  • Intermediate - 8:10-12:10
  • MS and HS - 8:40-12:40
  • Alt Ed 8:00-12:00
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It's almost time to pick up your child's medicine from school!

Attention Parents:

The end of the school year is quickly approaching. Please remember to pick up your child’s medication in the health office by noon on the last day of school. (May 25th). The school is not able to allow your child to bring the medication home.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Health Office. We will be available for medication pick-up through school hours on the last day of school. It is not appropriate for us to keep medication at school over the summer – and this includes inhalers and Epi-pens – so please make arrangements to pick up your child’s medication. Many of these medications are expensive, and we are required to dispose of any medication that is not picked up by the last day of school.

If you need to make special arrangements to pick up medication, please call prior to the end of school to make arrangements.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Mustang Public Schools Nurses

 

Toddhunter named Rookie Teacher of the Year
Brooke Todhunter, who is in her first year of teaching, was named Rookie Teacher of the Year for Mustang Public Schools. Todhunter teaches U.S. History and has a section of Advanced Placement U.S. History at Mustang High School. There were 40 new hires to Mustang Schools who were in their first year of teaching for the 2016-2017 school year. 
No charging in cafeterias starts Wednesday
As of May 3, 2017 through the end of the school year, No Charging will be allowed in the cafeterias. If your child owes lunch money, please pay your charges before this date. If you cannot pay your charges, please send lunches with your child. We appreciate your cooperation and help as we try to collect money owed to us and close out this year’s books.  
BroncoClub opens new summer camp program
Mustang Public Schools is offering a week-by-week summer camp for students who have completed pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. Bronco Club Summer Camp is an extension of the new after-school program MPS opened for the 2016-2017 school year. Just like the school-year BroncoClub, certified teachers will run the summer program as well. The summer camp will be open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and held at Mustang Trails Elementary, 12025 SW 15th Street. 
American Legion gives $1000 to help struggling families pay lunch accounts
Members of the American Legion dropped off a check at Mustang Public Schools for $1000 Thursday morning to pay for lunch accounts for the children of families facing financial difficulty.
Paul Ray, American Legion commander, asked Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel for some numbers on delinquent accounts and then took the suggestion to the executive committee. They passed the recommendation onto the American Legion membership.
 
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