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3rd and 4th Grade OSTP Testing Schedule
3rd and 4th Grade Oklahoma State Testing Program (OSTP) PV Test Schedule:
April 16th - April  24th - Special Education Groups
April 17-18 (Tues.and Wed.) - 3rd and 4th grade Reading
April 19-20 (Thurs. and  Fri.) - 3rd and 4th grade Math
Small group and Makeup testing: April 16 - 25 TBA
3rd grade will test from 8:30 - 11:40
4th grade will test from 9:45 - 12:00

McDonalds Breakfast will be Tuesday, April 17 for 3rd grade and Wednesday, April 18 for 4th grade. 

4th grade will keep their own essentials and lunch schedule. 

3rd grade will switch essentials with 1st grade but will keep their own lunch schedule. So 3rd grade will go to essentials at 1:25 and have lunch at 11:40 and 1st grade will go to essentials at 9:20 and have their lunch at 11:10. This is for the entire week.

Testing Monitors Needed

We are looking for volunteers to monitor our 3rd & 4th grade students while they take the OSTP Test on April 17th- 20thWe would LOVE to have you help us out, no matter what grade your child is in!

We need volunteers each of these days from 8:00 - 12:00 and 9:15 - 12:00. If you are available, we would greatly appreciate your time. See the steps below to sign up. Thank you!

Here's how it works: 

1. Go to this website (copy and paste into your browser if it does not open when you click) :  


3. Create a SignUpGenius account - the only info you will have to enter is your name, email, phone number, and your child's teacher (or teacher that invited you).

4. Then click “Sign Up Now”

Note: Sign Up Genius does not share your personal information with anyone except me. If you prefer not to create an account and sign up online, please contact the school and we can sign you up manually.

2. Click on the “Sign Up” boxes of dates and time that you would like to volunteer to monitor. Then click “Submit and Sign Up” at the bottom of the sign ups.

Upcoming Important Dates


April 19th - 1st and 2nd Grade Essentials Night 

April 24th - PV Voices Arts Festival Performance 

April 26th - PV Voices Choir Performance 

May 7th - 4th Grade Track Meet 

May 10th - PK Slide Show 

May 11th - 1st Grade Mother's Day Picnic

May 18th - Super Kids Day 

May 25th - Last day of school 

2017-2018 PV Teacher of the Year
Piece Walk and 5K
 Please join Prairie View as we support the Oklahoma Family Center for Autism.
2018 Oklahoma Piece Walk and 5K
Saturday May 5th, 2018
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
2 S. Mickey Mantle Drive, OKC 73104
You can register online at: www.piecewalk.org
Team Name: The View Crew 
eBooks and Audio Books

PV students now have access to a 

digital collection of ebooks and audiobooks

from OverDrive.


Visit the following web site for more information:

4th Grade Robotics Club
2017-2018 Photo Gallery
School Motto
Our school motto for the 2017-2018 year is:
Learn with purpose,
lead with kindness 
We hope to instill these values in our students and staff as much as possible to promote a positive learning environment for school and life! You can never have enough kindness!
Boosterthon Fundraiser

The Prairie View Fun Run Fundraiser was a huge succes and a whole lot of fabulous fun!

We would like to thank all of our donors and volunteers that helped make the event a successful and great day! 
2017-2018 View Crew
Bronco Stampede


Big shout out to all the PV kids that participated in the Western Days Bronco Stampede! Thank you teachers Stover, Kramer, Wilson, Cox, and Sharp for volunteering this year!
PV brought home 20 medals! 
Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures
Please do not pull around our buses as they are unloading students, and please do not block bus and teacher entry and exit to the east employee parking lot. 
Front doors open for drop off at 7:15 a.m.  Classes start promptly at 7:40 a.m.  Dismissal begins at 2:35 p.m. 
Boundary Realignment
Boundary Realignment Forum set for Feb. 8

Mustang parents with children in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to an informal open forum where they can view large maps and talk one-on-one with district personnel about the proposed boundary realignment for the elementary and intermediate schools. The forum is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 8, at the Mustang High School Commons. Parents will have an opportunity to submit their concerns and thoughts on the proposed plan in writing. The comments will be disseminated to the steering committee. 

Thanks to the support of the community, Mustang Public Schools will be opening its eighth elementary school and third intermediate school for the 2018-2019 school year. The schools cannot open soon enough. The district continues to grow steadily, gaining  more than 400 students this year alone. The largest growth is concentrated in the northern side of the district.

To populate the new schools, relieve overcrowding at other schools and balance the enrollment at all the elementary and intermediate schools, the district put together a steering committee to create a proposal for the new boundaries. The committee will review comments submitted from the boundary realignment page on the district website as well as comments from the forum. 

If someone would like to submit their comments but cannot make it to the open forum, the proposed boundaries can be seen at http://www.mustangps.org/boundaryrealignment2018.aspx

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2017-2018 School Supply List
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