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 New hours for the remainder of the school year
will be  7:30 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.
Lunch times will remain the same.
We are adding 10 minutes in the morning  
and 20 minutes in the afternoon to each school day.
Bus schedules will change by those same times.
Students may arrive at school beginning at 7:05. 


May 21 - Pie 5 Night
May 22 - Super Kids Day
May 22 - Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon
May 24 - 4th Grade Celebration
May 25 - Last Day of Classes (full day) NO backpacks today

HAVE A WONDERFUL SUMMER! 

May 31 - Kick-Off Summer Reading at Mustang Public Library
June and July - Fridays at 10 A.M. Valley Readers at Mustang Pubic Library

 
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BroncoClub Camps announced for summer

Mustang Public Schools’ BroncoClub will be holding weekly summer camps from June 4 through Aug. 3. Parents can choose all nine weeks, or pick and choose the weeks that fit their summer schedule. The cost is $150 per week and siblings qualify for a discount. Students entering pre-kindergarten through those who will be entering the sixth grade are eligible to attend. The camp is available to all children even if they do not attend Mustang Schools. This year, breakfast and lunch will be provided at no charge, including sack lunches for field trips.

Director Kris Green said the camps are STEAM based (science, technology, engineering art and math) and will include field trips where appropriate. All camps are run by certified Mustang teachers.

“The camps are an opportunity for a student to be immersed in a topic in fun, creative ways. We are very excited about this year’s BroncoClub Camps,” she said. “Whether your child is interested in art or science, there is something for everyone.” 

Campers can arrive as early as 7 a.m. Camp ends at 6 p.m. Every Tuesday will include a trip to the Mustang pool from noon to 2 p.m. with lunch before at Wild Horse Park. Each week will also include either a field trip or a visit from a special guest. A schedule will be available after camp begins.

The camp itself will be held at Mustang Creek Elementary, 10821 SW 15th Street, Yukon, Oklahoma.  

Camp themes include:

      •           June 4-8 - Living Earth

      •           June 11-15 - Space is the Place

      •           June 18-22 - Artful Antics & Music Makers

      •           June 25-29 - Dinosaur Ridge 

      •           July 2-6 - Mixed-up Madness (closed July 4) (Cost for this camp is $120) 

      •           July 9-13 - Grossology

      •           July 16-20 - Challenge Week 

      •           July 23-27 - Casting Call 

      •           July 30-Aug. 3 - Full STEM Ahead 

Enroll at www.mustangps.org/BroncoClub.aspx or call 405-376-7838. Tuition is due one week prior to the start of camp and can be paid at the BroncoClub office in the Administration Building, 906 S. Heights Drive, or online through a parent’s InTouch account. Read more about InTouch on the BroncoClub website. 

This is the second year MPS has offered BroncoClub Weekly Summer Camps. Questions? Call 405-376-7838 or 405-376-7843. Also, questions can be emailed to broncoclub@mustangps.org  

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Word of the Week:
EXCEPTIONAL - forming an exception or rare instance; unusual; extraordinary
Quote:
"For a place to be exceptional, it has to be led by purpose.  Our purpose is to make an inpact that matters."  -  Punit Renjen
 
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SW 29th and Morgan Road
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Mail Address:
906 S. Heights Drive
Mustang, OK 73064
 
Phone: (405) 324-2541
Fax: (405) 324-4578
 
 

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