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Mustang

Public Schools

Health Information

MPS Health

Mustang Public Schools employs seven full time registered nurses, serving 12 school sites and more than 10,000 students. The nurses have more than 50 years of nursing experience between them. Before joining the district, they worked in nursing fields that include: intensive care, pediatrics, maternal/newborn, cardiac, home health and dialysis.

"Being a school nurse is more than Band-Aids and sore throats," said Kimberly Spillman, R.N., who is assigned to the high school campus. "In a typical day, a nurse may see a wide range of issues besides responding to injury and illness. We also treat and report child abuse and neglect, teach staff and students CPR, assist students with managing chronic illnesses such as diabetes and asthma, administer daily medications and check immunization compliance. There are many days when any of Mustang's nurses can treat 40 -50 students before the last bell rings at the end of the day."

Mustang Public Schools' nurses are all certified instructors of CPR/First Aid with the American Heart Association. In 2013-2014, the nurses certified approximately 167 district employees in First Aid and CPR. These employees included administrators, teachers, Special -Ed assistants, bus drivers and coaches. They also assisted in setting up flu/shot clinics in the fall for staff and the Caring Van for students.

Mustang school nurses also teach the annual HIV/Aids presentations in the secondary schools. They also assist in teaching about body image, dangers of energy drinks, importance of hand-washing, growth and development, nutrition and dental health across the district, as well as infant and child CPR to Mustang High School students.

"Several of our schools became certified as Healthy Schools through Certified Healthy Oklahoma this past school year," Spillman said. "The nurses were vital in accomplishing this goal and remain committed to ensuring our students have plenty of health and wellness opportunities."

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STAFF 

PHONE 

Mustang Education Center

Tammy Kain, Lead Nurse 

(405)376-7994 

Mustang High School 

Lorie Torres 

(405)376-7810

      Assistant

Crystal Higgins 

(405)376-6143

      PT Assistant

Beverly Krietemeyer 

 

Horizon Intermediate 

Michelle Moore

(405)265-6453

Mustang Middle School


(405)376-7982

      PT Assistant

Cameron Redus 

 

Lakehoma

Kim Gushing

(405)376-7953 

Centennial

 

(405)256-6475 

      PT Assistant

Paula Rosse

 

Mustang Elementary

Tasha Franks 

(405)376-7944 

Prairie View Elementary

 

(405)376-6976 

      FT Assistant

Terri Lamkin 

 

Canyon Ridge Intermediate

Kellie Carter

(405)256-6968

Mustang Valley

 

(405)324-4861

      PT Assistant

Jennifer Wagner 

 

Mustang North Middle School

Machelle Hill

(405)324-4815 

Creek Elementary

 

(405)324-4828

      PT Assistant

Shelley Davis 

 

Meadow Brook Intermediate

Lori Knowles

(405)256-5263

Trails Elementary 

 

(405)324-4837

      FT Assistant

Dana Hendrix 

 

Central Middle School

Charla Thomas

(405)256-5286 

Riverwood Elementary

 

(405)256-5213

     FT Assistant

Sharonda Garcia