Welcome To 2020-21
   Information concerning the Academic & Health/Safety Plans for Mustang Public Schools. 

Need to report a COVID-19 exposure, positive test, or close contact?   
Please email COVID19@mustangps.org and someone from the MPS COVID-19 Response Team will be in touch.

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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Important Dates 20-21 School Year

Sept. 16th: Boosterthon Kickoff
Sept. 16th: Constitution Day
Sept. 18th: PD/No School
Sept. 23rd: Picture Day
Sept. 25th: Booster Dance Fit
Sept. 25th: Virtual Student Picture Day
Oct. 14th-18th: Fall Break (No School)

7 Mindsets Social and Emotional Learning

Everything is Possible
 I will imagine a wonderful life.
 I will expect greatness.
 I will work to make my dreams comes true.
 I will think positively.

"By thinking big we can transform the world"  - Ben Carson


2020 STUCO

4th Grade Robotics Team 2020-2021

Free and Reduced Meals

You can apply for free and reduced meals in 3 ways for the 2020-2021 school year:

1) Go to this link and fill out the application online https://www.nlappscloud.com/

2) Pick up hard copy applications at Prairie View on Open House night and return them with your child 

3) Fill out the attachments below and email the completed form back to Tammy Bales at balest@mustangps.org

2021 Free and Reduced Application INTERACTIVE.pdf 

2021 Letter to Household INTERACTIVE.. (1).docx 

2021 Household Application Spanish INTERACTIVE.pdf 

2021 Letter to Household-Spanish INTERACTIVE..docx 

If you have any questions, please contact Tammy Bales at balest@mustangps.org

MPS 20-21 Handbook

2020 PV Motto

20-21 PV Site Specific Health and Safety Plan

To view the 2020-2021 PV Site specific Health and Safety Plan please click HERE
 
Per the Mustang Health/Safety Plan this will be the protocol for all elementary students:
 
“Face masks/face-coverings for elementary students (PreK-4th grade) are strongly recommended. Masks/Face-coverings will be encouraged anytime social distancing is difficult to accomplish; therefore, all students are asked to have a mask available at all times. To the extent possible, schools will promote and reinforce the use of face-coverings for all students; however, masks will not be provided by the school.”
 
Please make sure your child has a mask in their backpack or on them each day they come to school. 

2020-2021 Bronco Club

Bronco Club after school care is now enrolling  for the 2020-2021 school year.  Please visit the following link for udated Bronco Club information.
 
 

2020-2021 Information

Please label your child's supplies with first and last name and place all supplies in a bag labled with their first and last name (gallon size ziplock bags are great, make sure name is on each bag used).
 
 
Donations of disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer, disposable masks, and disposable gloves are greatly appreciated. We know there has been a financial impact on some of our families due to COVID 19. We have limited our supply list as much as possible to get the year started. Teachers may request extra consumable items such as crayons, glue, and pencils at a later date.
 
 
Please visit Central Enrollment for all enrollment needs and questions.
 
Elementary students may submit an application to enroll in a virtual K-12 academy through the district's M.O.R.S.E.Y. Program.
 
Additional information and FAQs about the K-12 Mustang Virtual Academy can be found at  Mustang Virtual Academy K-12. 
 
 
 

Bullying Prevention

 

Bullying Information, Reporting Procedures, and MPS Board Policy

Bullying means any pattern of harassment, intimidation, threatening behavior, or physical act, 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. 


Reporting

There are two ways to report bullying.  

  • A student may report bullying to a teacher, counselor, or school administrator

  • A student may anonymously report bullying by picking up a bullying reporting form in the office or from their teacher and may be turned in to the reporting box located in the office.  


MPS Board Policy- #5110 

To review our school district’s policy on bullying, you can view our policies and procedures here: 


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