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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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Posted Friday, February 2, 2018

Click to Buy your Yearbook Online  

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Posted Wednesday, December 13, 2017

It's NEW Mustang Schools' OVERDRIVE
for ebooks you can read and listen to on your computer and device.
    (Click link above to open, then login with your Mustang credentials.)

                                HAVE A WONDERFUL SUMMER!   

Check the Media Center web page for OverDrive, E-books, links for fun and learning 

June and July - Fridays at 10 A.M. Valley Readers at Mustang Pubic Library
     Reading June1:  Mrs. Villanueva, Mrs. Greenwood, Mrs. Cavner
                    June 8:  Mrs. Wheatley, Ms. Solomon, Mrs. Hartless
                    June15:  Mrs. Grimes and Mrs. Brown
                    June 22:  Mrs. Schachle, Mrs. Sturgeon, Mrs. Scott
June 4 - August 3  -   Bronco Club Camps  (More information below)
June 18-July 26 -   Summer Enrollment
August 2 - Residence Verfication at Valley, 11:00AM - 7:00 PM
August 13 - Pre K and Kindergarten parent meetings at 10:30 in classrooms
August 14 - Open House 5:00-6:30
August  16 -  Welcome back to class
School Supply List

BroncoClub Camps

Bronco Club Flyer

 click here for Bronco Club Video and Information Page

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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Posted Wednesday, December 13, 2017
 S.T.E.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.  On Tuesday, Nov. 17th from 6-8 pm Valley will have our first STEM night!  Each grade level will have two STEM activities to share with our Valley families.  We will also have a planetarium in the gym and the robotics team from Canyon Ridge will be demonstrating robotics in the media center.  The Valley robotics team will be demonstrating robotics with our Pro Bot robot.  The Valley PTA will be selling snacks in the cafeteria.  We invite our Valley families to join us on Tues. Nov. 17th for science fun!

Please use the google link to sign up.  We want to know how many to welcome to STEM night!

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Posted Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Valley Students,

Do you like to spend some time reading on our long, sunny, summer days? Your teachers do, and we would LOVE to read to you. Join us at the Mustang Public Library on Fridays at 10 AM during June and July to hear teachers reading favorite stories. We hope to see you all there. Here is the schedule (subject to change):

  • June 5 Villanueva, Ravencraft, Wheatley
  • June 12 Solomon, McGill, Knight, Ingham
  • June 19 Mitchell, Kelley
  • June 26 Young, Eidson, Long
  • Week of June 28-July 4 Activities not scheduled at the library
  • July 10 Hull, Muse, Strong
  • July 17 Grimes, Eidson, Ashlock
  • July 24 Gomez, Neuenschwander, Hutchison
  • July 31 Sandburg, Scott
If you come EVERY week, you will get to hear ALL the stories.
We will be looking for you.
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Posted Thursday, June 25, 2015
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