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Mustang Creek Elementary

Welcome To Mustang Creek!

Dear Mustang Creek Families,

 

It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to Mustang Creek.  Our goal is to provide an excellent educational opportunity and a positive learning environment that prepares our students to become lifelong learners.  Creek has an AMAZING team of creative, professional educators who dedicate a tremendous amount of time and energy providing the best possible education for all our students.  Student success is recognized and celebrated in every classroom and also during our daily morning announcements.

 
20-21 New Student Enrollment has been open since May 18th via online submission at enrollment.mustangps.org
It is now also open in person as of June 8th at the MHS Event Center! 
Hours are 8am to 4pm, Monday through Thursday. 
Central Enrollment is located at the MERC.
909 S. Mustang Rd. Mustang, OK 73064
 
For the most current enrollment information -  enrollment.mustangps.org 
Information will include:  20-21 online submission form, instructions, enrollment packets and required documents.
Please email questions related to enrollment to mpsce@mustangps.org 
 
Residency Verification will be completed in an online format this year.  Parents need to save their July or August utility bills and submit them between July 27th and July 31st.  The district will provide a link to all parents at the time of Residency Verification.  

 

We are excited to get to know your family, and know that working together as a team will ensure a successful school year!


Leah Anderson, Principal

Max Miller, Asst. Principal

 

Mustang Families & Community,
We understand that some supplies (especially sanitizer and wipes) may be in limited supply, yet still included on many school supply lists.  We appreciate any donation of those "short supply" items to our schools, but they will not be required due to their limited availability.  As always, thank you so much for your generous support! 
 

 

       Mustang Creek is WILD ABOUT LEARNING!    

 

 



Please review the information for the 2020-2021 school year:

  • Creek drop off procedures are as follows: Only buses and daycare vans will be allowed to drop off students on the west side of the building.  All car riders must be dropped off at our car rider loop on the east side of the building.  Student drop-off begins each morning at 7:15 am.  All cars must turn right on 15th Street after dropping off/picking up students. 

  • The tardy bell rings at 7:40 am.  At this time, the east doors will be shut.  Parents MUST accompany their child to the office where they will check in.  Students will be counted tardy after 7:40 am. 

  • PreK dropoff and pickup procedures are given to parents by the PreK teachers prior to the first day of school at Open House.

  • During afternoon dismissal, if a parent forgets his/her tag, he/she will have to go to the office and show ID. Mustang Creek Administrative Staff will give the parent a new car tag and then the parent will get back in the car rider line to pick up their child/children. 

  • If you need to change the way your child is going home, please call the office (405-324-4567) by 1:30 pm to give office staff time to get messages to the teachers.

  • Students cannot be dismissed from the office after 2:00 pm. 

  • Please display your car rider tag on the driver’s side visor, window or up off the dash.  

About Mustang Creek:

Volunteer Information

Reminder!

If you are going to volunteer at Creek, you have to have a background check. Below is the link needed to complete your background check. Remember there is a fee! Thank you for helping keep our students safe!

https://bib.com/SECUREVOLUNTEER/MUSTANG-PUBLIC-SCHOOLS/

 

 

Bullying Information, Reporting Procedures, and MPS Board Policy

Bullying Prevention Link and Information

http://www.mustangps.org/BullyingPrevention.aspx 

Conflict v Bullying Chart

Reporting Procedures

The Mustang Public Schools’ student conduct code prohibits bullying. 
 
Report any instances of bullying to the school administration immediately.
 
Statutory definition of harassment, intimidation, and bullying:
70 O.S. §24-100.3(c) of the School Safety and Bullying Prevention Act defines the terms “bullying,” as including, but not limited to a pattern of harassment, intimidation, threatening behavior, physical acts, verbal or electronic communication, directed toward a student or group of students that results in or is reasonably perceived as being done with the intent to cause negative educational or physical results for the targeted individual or group and is communicated in such a way as to disrupt or interfere with the school's educational mission or the education of any student that a reasonable person should recognize will: 
A. Harm another student;
B. Damage another student’s property;
C. Place another student in reasonable fear of harm to the student’s person or damage to the student’s property; 
D. Insult or demean any student or group of students in such a way as to disrupt or interfere With the school’s educational mission or the education of any student.
According to experts in the field, bullying in general is the exploitation of a less powerful person by an individual taking unfair advantage of that person, which is repeated over time, and which inflicts a negative effect on the victim.
 
Students are encouraged to inform school personnel if they are the victim of or a witness to acts of harassment, intimidation, or bullying.  Reports may be made anonymously. However, no formal disciplinary action shall be taken solely on the basis of an anonymous report.
Parents should:
1. Report bullying when it occurs;
2. Take advantage of opportunities to talk to their children about bullying;
3. Inform the school immediately if they think their child is being bullied or is bullying others; 
4. Watch for symptoms that their child may be a victim of bullying and report those symptoms; 
5. Cooperate fully with school personnel in identifying and resolving incidents.
 
Reports shall be made immediately to the building principal or designee.

Bullying Investigations

Procedures
The procedure for investigating reported incidents of harassment, intimidation, and bullying or threatening behavior, per Board Policy #5080, is as follows: 
1. The matter should immediately be reported to the building principal or designee. If the bullying involved an electronic communication, a printed copy of the communication as well as any identifying information such as email address or web address shall be provided to the building principal or designee. As much detailed information as possible should be provided to the building principal or designee in written form to allow for a thorough investigation of the matter.
2. Upon receipt of a written report, the building principal or designee shall contact the superintendent or designee and begin an investigation to determine the severity of the incident and the potential for future violence.
3. If, during the course of the investigation, it appears that a crime may have been committed the building principal or designee and/or superintendent or designee shall notify local law enforcement and request that the alleged victim also contact law enforcement to report the matter for potential criminal investigation.
4. If it is determined that the school district’s discipline code has been violated, the building principal or designee shall follow district policies regarding the discipline of the student. The building principal or designee shall make a determination as to whether the conduct is actually occurring.
5. Upon completion of the investigation, the principal or designee or superintendent or designee may recommend that available community mental health care substance abuse or other counseling options be provided to the student, if appropriate. This may include information about the types of support services available to the student bully, victim, and any other students affected by the prohibited behavior. If such a recommendation is made, the administration shall request disclosure of any information that indicates an explicit threat to the safety of students or school personnel provided the disclosure of information does not violate the provisions or requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, Section 2503 of Title 12 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1376 of Title 59 of Oklahoma Statutes, or any other state or federal laws relating to the disclosure of confidential information.
6. Upon completion of an investigation, timely notification shall be provided to the parents or guardians of a victim of documented and verified bullying. This information should be provided within 3 school days of the conclusion of the investigation.
7. Upon completion of an investigation, timely notification shall be provided to the perpetrator of the documented and verified bullying. This information should be provided within 3 days of the conclusion of the investigation.

Teasing vs Bullying Chart

Reporting

In our district, anyone has the ability to file an incident report. Each school site has a link to the District Bullying Prevention Policy and details on reporting specific to each site. Students are informed at the beginning of school, as well as periodically during the school year, how to file a report of bullying. 

This form can be completed to provide the details of a bullying incident to the school principal or designee. 


Specials Instagram Pages

Mrs. Crews: MUSIC - 
"Creek_Musicians now on Instagram"
Mrs. Crews will be posting pictures and videos of music events throughout the year!
Follow @creek-musicians on Instagram!! 
 
 
Mrs Memoli: ART - 
"Creek_Artists now on Instagram"
Mrs. Memoli will be posting the fantastic art that your artists are creating throughout the year!

Follow @creek-artists on Instagram!!
 
 
Miss Roberts and Mrs. Head: PE - 
"Creek_Athletes now on Instagram"
Miss Roberts and Mrs. Head will be posting about physical education activities throughout the year!

Follow @mustangcreekpe on Instagram!!

Contact Us

Principal:  Leah Anderson
Asst. Principal:  Max Miller

Physical Location:  
10821 SW 15th St.
Yukon, OK 73099
 
Mailing Address:
12400 SW 15th St.
 Yukon, OK 73099
 
Phone: (405) 324-4567
Fax:      (405) 324-4562 

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Upcoming Events

For more information about
Bronco Club 

 

2020-2021 MPS Student Handbook Link