A Note From MHS Nurse Spillman
Dear Parents,
It’s that time of year when colds, strep throat, the flu and stomach bugs are passed around in our schools. District custodial staff disinfect each of the school sites using Virex, but we need your help as well.
Common colds are the main reason children miss school and adults miss work. Please remind your children how important it is for them to wash their hands well, for at least 20 seconds each time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report the spread of colds and other illnesses can be reduced if children avoid touching their face with unwashed hands. Also, they should cover their mouth with a tissue or with their sleeve when they cough or sneeze.
Attendance at school is very important, however, students cannot be expected to perform well if they are ill. Please keep students home if they are running a temperature. Students must be free of fever, vomiting or diarrhea for twenty-four (24) hours without the aid of medication before returning to school. If your child becomes ill during the school day and has a temperature of 100 degrees or more, he/she will be sent home.
If your phone number may have changed, please contact the office. Schools need current telephone numbers for parents, guardians and all emergency contacts. Questions? Call the nurse for child’s school.
Thank you!
AIDS Prevention Education

Attention Sophomore Parents:

As a result of legislation passed in April 1987, Mustang Public Schools will offer AIDS Prevention Education to sophomores during the month of February.

Topics covered will include:

  • What is HIV?

  • Why is this subject important to youth?

  • HIV Myths

  • How is HIV spread?

  • What fluids transmit HIV?

  • How does HIV enter the body?

  • Statistics of diagnosis and transmission (provided by the CDC)

  • Symptoms of HIV

  • Window period for testing

  • What does the HIV test mean?

  • Viral load and CD4 count

  • Opportunistic infections

  • Treatment for HIV

  • Reducing your risk of HIV

  • Where to go for HIV Testing

Healthy Relationships/Setting Boundaries Assembly

Topics covered will include: how to establish and maintain healthy relationships, setting boundaries, and learning to say no.

Presentations will be to all sophomores in their English classes starting the week of February 14th. The Healthy Relationship assembly will take place on Tuesday, February 28th. There will be two separate assemblies for boys and girls.

Forms will be sent home with Sophomores beginning January 20th. If you DO NOT want your student to participate in the education, please sign the opt out form and return to the school nurse by February 10th.

If you would like to arrange a parent meeting by appointment to view the material being presented, please contact Nurse Spillman at 376-7810.
High School News
No Credit Appeals
Click HERE to download the form to appeal a No Credit you may have received due to absences. 
Bronco Course Enrollment Coming Soon!
Bronco Course Enrollment will be Thursday, February 9th. Incoming 2017-18 Freshmen will meet with their parents in the MHS auditorium at 6:00 for a brief meeting with the freshman principal and counselors. Pre-Ap and Ap students will also have a chance to meet with teachers to get information on Pre-Ap and AP courses.   
Night School Begins January 31st!
Sign up now for Night School if you are needing to recover any credits!  Click HERE for the information packet. 
Master the ACT
Master the ACT class being held at MHS on Monday, January 30, and Thursday February 2 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.   Click HERE for more information. 
AP Exam Registration
Click READ MORE for information. 
OCDA Jr. High All-State Choir Results
The following students were selected to the OCDA Jr. High All-State Choir yesterday!

Mixed Choir:
Bri Carrethers
Cooper Humphrey
Olivia Wilson
Treble Choir:
Victoria Everhart Ashlyn Garriott Emily Helms Kiera McMillin Jordan Taylor Maci Watkins  
MHS Theater Students Have Successful Weekend
33 MHS Theater students attended the OSSAA speech tournament held at Westmoore High School this weekend. 24 competed and seven events, and 12 students advanced as finalist in their events.

The following students placed and qualified in their events, and will be competing at regionals in March. Please help me in congratulating the following:

(Listed in order as they appear in the medal photo)
Kenny Le (3rd place in Humorous Interpretation AND 2nd place in Humorous Duet)

Christian Morgan (2nd place in Humorous duet AND 1st place in Dramatic Duet)

Emma White (1st place in Dramatic Duet)

Jacey Criswell (3rd place in Dramatic Interpretation)

Alexis Perry (2nd place in Humorous Interpretation)
MHS Choral Students Selected
The MHS Choral Department had 12 students qualify to audition for OMEA All-State Choir this weekend, and 5 of our Varsity Choir students were selected!
Mixed Chorus:
Justin Hughes (11)
Kailan Weidner (10)
Women's Chorus:
Megan Payne (12)
Amber Wiggins (11)
Emily Wilson (12)
They will participate in these OMEA honor choirs in January. Please congratulate these students when you see them!
OSSAA State One Act Play Festival
MHS Theatre students had a successful weekend at the OSSAA State One Act Play Festival this weekend at Tulsa Union High School. 32 of Mustang's finest performed our one act, The White Snake by Mary Zimmerman, and received a superior rating, earning the title of 6A State Champions!!! Additionally, we won "Best Costumes" and "Best Direction," and three students (Emma White, Alexis Perry, and Kenny Le) were chosen as "All-State One Act Cast Members. 
MPS Physicals
Physical forms must be signed by the parent or legal guardian.  A current physical on the OSSAA physical form must be on file in order for athletes to participate in sports for the 2016-2017 school year. Click HERE for the Physical Form.   
MHS High Performing School
Mustang High School recently received the honor of being named a 2015 High Performing School from the State Department of Education.  Designation as a High Performing School means that MHS is a learning community in which students continually thrive or show significant growth in achievement.  Click HERE to read more about this honor. 
MHS 2016 Graduation Video
Mustang Movement - 1440 No Limits to the Difference YOU can make!
1440 - Intentional and deliberate use of Purpose, Passion and Pride for the greater good!
 How MHS is using their 1440 
  • MHS Freshmen, JV, and Varsity Basketball teams went to the Mustang Community Center and Library to read to the kids, do arts and crafts and play with those children enrolled in the Christmas break child care program. 
  • A student bought 60 roses and handed them out to people throughout the day to bring a smile to their face
  • JROTC, Cheer, Pom, FCCLA,  students assisting with schedule pick up and organizing new text books
  • Cross Country assisting Chamber of Commerce
  • Leadership class cleaning tables to help our cafeteria staff
  • FCCLA - Honor Flights with American Vets
  • Freshmen - Created Positive Bulletin Boards all over MHS
  • Students and Teachers - gather at the pole to pray for our school and teachers
New Enrollment Assistance
For enrollment questions, contact Kelly Dennison at 376-7341 or Tracy Hannaford at 376-7995.
Campus Info
MHS Hours: 8:10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (unless students are with a sponsor or coach)

Mailing Address
Mustang High School
906 S. Heights Drive
Mustang, OK 73064

Physical Address
801 South Snyder Dr.
Mustang, OK 73064

Phone & Fax Number
Phone: 405.376.2404
Fax: 405.376.7347
Attendance Lines

Senior Attendance           Karol Pyle 376-7374

Junior Attendance       Chasity Head 376-7840

Sophomore Attendance Sandra Lee 376-7846

Freshman Attendance       Connie Stefanick 376-7388

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Juniors text: @mhsbroncos to this number: 918-505-7328
Sophomores text: @32d43 to this number: 424-835-7695
Freshmen text: @ce829 to this number: 405-265-8541 

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