Facebook
Follow Us on Twitter
Last day for Central Enrollment - After July 26, enrollment will open at school sites Aug. 8

Anyone moving into the Mustang Public School District can stop by Mustang's Central Enrollment Center and enroll all of their children for the 2018-2019 school year in one stop. Central Enrollment will be open Monday through Thursday, June 18 through July 26 (closed the week of Fourth of July). Central Enrollment is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to make it more convenient for working parents. 

Only complete enrollment packets will be accepted. See a list of the requirements and download the appropriate packet at www.mustangps.org/enrollment.aspx

Central Enrollment is housed in the front office at Mustang High School, 801 S. Snyder Drive. From Highway 152 and Mustang Road, go south on Mustang Road. Turn right on Forster. Drive through the front entrance of Mustang High School. Parking is on the left. The front door of the school is at the top of the oval. 

Questions? After Central Enrollment opens, email mpsce@mustangps.org or leave a message at 405-256-6970. (No one will be present to answer questions until June 18.) 

IIf you are looking at purchasing a home in Mustang and would like to know which schools your student will attend, please stop by:  http://www.mustangps.org/districtmap.aspx. If you still have questions about the location of a property, and the schools that serve it, call 405-376-2461. 

FORMS REQUIRED TO ENROLL 2018-2019


School Year: 2018-2019:
FORMS BELOW ARE TO BE USED ONLY IF
ENROLLING FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR. Need the Spanish version of Free & Reduced Lunch Form: Click here: .  Aplicación
Fillable Forms 
<-------------------
-Instructions for Fillable Forms
• These forms can be filled out on your computer and saved to your computer. To fill them out on your computer, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download.
• If you are using a mobile device to fill out the forms, you will need an app such as Adobe Acrobat Reader that supports fillable forms.
Click here for the Android version.
Click here for the iPhone version.
• When printing the completed form, only the pages you need will print; the packet is formatted so that instructions and title pages will not print.
 
 
<----------------------------------------------------------------------> 
PLEASE DO NOT PRINT ANY OF THE FORMS FRONT TO BACK. SOME PAGES MUST BE SEPARATED FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS. 
 
 
Printable Forms 
2017-2018 Pre-K
& Kindergarten Packet Fillable Forms
 
 
Forms to print and fill out by hand:
 
 
Fillable Packet for
Grades 1-4
Printable Packet:
Forms to print and fill in by hand
for grades 1-4
 
Fillable Packet for
Grades 5-8

Printable Packet:  
• Forms to print and fill in by hand for grades 5-8 
Fillable Packet for
Grades 9-12

Printable Packet 
 • Forms to print and fill in by hand for grades 9-12
Required Documentation
Documentation Required at Enrollment:
  • Official (certified) birth certificate
  • Two current, complete proofs of residency (More information on district residency policy is here. If you cannot verify your address because no utility bills or renters agreements are in your name, see the requirements for the residence affidavit here.)
  • Transcript (for grades 9-12)
  • Withdrawal form, issued by previous school (if during the school year)
  • Legal documents (custody, guardianship, adoption, name change, etc.)
  • Immunization records (State immunization requirements are listed here. Additional information about state required vaccines can be found here.)
Enrollment FAQ
Enrollment FAQ
1: What can I provide as two proofs of residency?

Acceptable proofs include gas, water, electric bills, warranty deed statement, ad-valorem tax statement, mortgage statement, rental agreements, or a realtor’s or construction contract. However, the intent to build a home does not constitute legal residency. If a home is in the process of construction, and a copy of the construction contract with the local address can be filed with the school system, a resident shall have approximately 45 school days from the date of initial enrollment to establish permanent residence in the home under construction. Telephone, Internet, cablevision bills, checks and drivers’ licenses will not be accepted as proof of residency.

2: Where can I get my child's current immunization record?

Acceptable immunization documents include a record provided by a licensed physician or a public health authority. These documents must include dates and a signature, or stamp of the physician or health department official. Students may not enroll without complete immunization records or proof that the student is in the process of receiving required immunizations. No exceptions will be made. Exemptions to state immunization law may be granted in accordance with state law and State Department of Health requirements.

3. What immunizations are required for 2017-2018? Download a copy of the requirements here: 2017-2018 immunization requirements. 
 
4: Where can I get my child's official birth certificate?

Certified copies of birth certificates can be obtained from the vital records division in the state where the child was born. For a child born in Oklahoma, visit the Vital Records Service Room at the Oklahoma State Department of Health, 1000 NE 10th St., Oklahoma City. The office is open Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Call 405-271-4040 for more information, or for instructions on obtaining a birth certificate by mail. For a child born outside of Oklahoma, the National Center for Health Statistics provides a list of Vital Record agencies here.

5: What is a withdrawal form?

Students entering second through 12th grade need to bring a withdrawal form from the last school they attended or the last report card showing the school’s name and address for a record request.

6: What are examples of legal papers?

This includes custody, guardianship, adoption, name change, etc.

Our School Sites:
The links below will take you to Google Maps for each school site.
Grade
School Site
Address
City
Telephone
Pre-K
Mustang Education Center
Mustang
405-376-7322
Pre-K-4
Mustang Centennial Elementary
Mustang
405-256-6466
Pre-K-4
Mustang Creek Elementary
Yukon
405-324-4567
Pre-K-4
Mustang Elementary
Mustang
405-376-2491
Pre-K-4
Lakehoma Elementary
Mustang
405-376-2409
Pre-K-4
Mustang Trails Elementary
Yukon
405-324-0016
Pre-K-4
Mustang Valley Elementary
Oklahoma City
405-324-2541
Pre-K-4 Prairie View Elementary
9201 SW 59th St.

Oklahoma City
405-256-6989
 Pre-K-4  Riverwood Elementary  11800 SW 44th Street,   Yukon  405-256-5200
 5-6  Meadow Brook Intermediate  12500 SW 15th Street Yukon   405-256-5250
5-6 Mustang Horizon Intermediate Center
430 W. Forster Dr. Mustang 405-256-6282
5-6 Canyon Ridge Intermediate Center
3600 S. Sara Rd.
Yukon 405-256-6955
6-8
Mustang Middle School
Mustang
405-376-2448
6-8
Mustang North Middle School
Yukon
405-324-2236
9-12
Mustang High School
Mustang
405-376-2404
MPS to offer full-day pre-k for as many as possible
Pre-K Round-Up set for March 13; Packets will be online Feb. 21

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-K 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. Packets will be available to fill out and download on Feb. 21.  
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.” 
A fact sheet with additional information is available at www.mustangps.org/enrollment.aspx
© 2018. Mustang Public Schools. All Rights Reserved.
906 South Heights Drive, Mustang, OK    Phone: 405-376-2461