Critical Information/Updates

M.O.R.S.E.Y. - Information on 2020-21 

   Information concerning the Academic & Health/Safety Plans for Mustang Public Schools. 

MPS COVID-19 Information/Updates

   Communications from MPS, Information, Updates, Links/Resources, Food Service, Educational Supports, Links/Resources, Travel Reporting, etc.

Please reach out to your/the specific school with any questions (contact information on their website).  
You may contact our Administration Building by email in the event of an urgent need or emergency, and we will respond as soon as possible.


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STUCO gathers toys for Fill the Bus
STUCO students gather toys for Fill the Bus
Hour of Code
Students at computers during Hour of Code activities
Author Dennis Mathew
Author Dennis Mathew reads his book to students
Ring the Bell
Meet a goal - ring the bell
Veterans Day visits
Veteran families view student displays
Ridgerockers from CRI teach with stories
CRI Ridgerockers present book skits
Fall Food Drive
STUCO organized the food drive at Valley
Rainbow Fish
Studenst with artwork
Fall color
Students setting out fall flowers
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Mustang Valley Elementary

Welcome Letter from Principal Young

  morsey very red.jpgMustang Valley Elementary

Dear Mustang Valley Families, Summer 2020

Let me be the first to say “welcome” to Mustang Valley Elementary! Our special school opened its doors in 1957.   At Valley, we embrace the challenges of the future while continuing to cherish and celebrate the traditions of the past.  Our remarkable staff, involved parents, and committed students come together to make Mustang Valley a wonderful and unique place.   Mustang Valley has caring staff members who are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of your children.  We will accomplish this by setting high academic expectations for all children and providing supportive systems to assure they are met. We invite you to become an active participant in our school community through volunteering and attending school events. Research clearly supports that when parents/guardians participate and are involved in their child’s education, there is a greater likelihood of academic success for the child.

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

*Year round enrollment is being handled via online submission, but things can/will change given the current situation. We encourage any new families to take advantage of this opportunity. Visit our district website for more information. 

*School supply lists for the 2020-2021 school year will be available on-line at

*Elementary residency verification will be completed in an online format for 2020-2021 school year. -ALL PARENTS/GUARDIANS MUST save their July or August utility bills and submit them between July 27th and July 31st to complete your child’s enrollment.  This includes all students who turned in pre-enrollment forms in the spring/early summer.  No teacher will be assigned until residency has been verified. The district will provide a link to all parents at the time of Residency Verification. 

*Your child’s 2020-2021 teacher will call you to introduce herself/himself sometime during the weekend of August 8th.

*The first day of school for the 2020-2021 school year is August 13th.  The district calendar can be found on-line at

*Open house/meet the teacher night is on August 11th from 5:00-6:30 pm.  In order to minimize parking problems, we request that all families whose last name begins with the letters A-H come from 5:00-5:30, letters I-P come from 5:30-6:00, and letters Q-Z come from 6:00-6:30. Information on bus routes, after school care, and nutrition accounts will be available. 

*Pre-K and Kindergarten Parent Orientation will be scheduled some time in early August.  This meeting is for pre-k and  kindergarten parents only, please make other arrangements for your children.  

*Grades 1st through 4th parent meetings will be scheduled once school begins.  

*Take advantage of the many available resources on the district website.  Enroll in “My School Bucks” to monitor your child’s lunch account and deposit money;  track your child’s attendance and grades by signing up for “Parent Portal” (show photo ID at any Mustang school to receive your password to enroll), and check to see if you are available to receive financial support for your child’s breakfast and lunch costs by completing the online “Free and Reduced Lunch” application.

*If you want to learn more about Mustang Valley, please follow us on instagram @mpsvalley

We are excited to get to know your family, and know that through the combined efforts of home and school, your child will have a successful school year!


Jennifer Young

Jennifer Young, Principal

Mustang Valley Elementary

Mustang Valley Elementary News

Valley Events

 Last update – 8-1-2020

Recent calendar changes:
Check  M.O.R.S.E.Y.and COVID-19 links at top of this page for details and most current information
August 18  Open House – Meet the Teacher (please attend based on last name)
                Bring school supplies, Get child’s packet from teacher,
                Check bus routes,  Cafeteria meal account, PTSO membership
     Please observe these times.  The building will be closed between sessions for sanitizing
     12:00-12:45   A – D
     1:15 – 2:00    E –K
     2:30 – 3:15    L –Q
     3:45 – 4:30   R – Z
     5:00 - 5:45    Make-ups (with teacher approval and appointment time)
Aug. 24  First day of classes
Sept. 7  Labor Day, no school
Sept. 10 Fall Pictures Day
Sept. 14 Baked Bear & Pie 5 Night for PK-1st grades
Sept. 15 Baked Bear & Pie 5 Night for 2nd-4th grades
Sept. 18  Valley Bronco Pride Night

Word and Quote of the Week!

Word of the Week:
 Initiative - taking action, originating new ideas

"Some people want it to happen, some people wish it would happen, others make it happen
." - Michael Jordan
Behavior of the Week:

Seize every opportunity.
Academic Focus:   
Read a good book.

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2020-2021 Information

Please visit Central Enrollment for all enrollment needs. 
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!   

Contact Us

Located at:
SW 29th and Morgan Road
Oklahoma City, OK
Mailing Address: 
 12400 SW 15th Street
Yukon, OK 73099
Phone: (405) 324-2541
Fax: (405) 324-4578

Read! Read! Read!

Mustang Schools' OverDrive (and SORA app for students)
for ebooks you can read and listen to on your computer and device. 
(Click the link above to open, then login with your Mustang credentials.)   
More online books and activities: 

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Bronco Club

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