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Mustang Public Schools has always verified a student's home address, or residency, in the spring. Last year, the district implemented an extra level of security to ensure each student enrolled should be attending Mustang Schools.

For ELEMENTARY STUDENTS ONLY, a special day has been set aside to prove residency. On Aug. 3 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., parents are asked to stop by their child's elementary school with one proof of residency. These can include utility bills, a warranty deed statement, ad-valorem tax statement, mortgage statement or rental agreements. If a parent is bringing a bill, the bill must be from July or August. Telephone, internet, cable television bills, checks and drivers licenses do not count as proofs of residency.

By setting aside a specific time and date, the district is hoping the process goes smoothly and parents can be in and out quickly. For parents who cannot make it on Aug. 3, they can come at a later date with their proof of residency, but the process will take longer.

For intermediate, middle school and high school students, parents will need to bring one proof of residency for schedule pickup.

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Posted Thursday, June 22, 2017

*The first day of school for the 2016-2017 school year is August 18th. 
*The district calendar can be found on-line at http://www.mustangps.org/

 *Grade level parent meetings will be scheduled once school begins. 

*Valley drop-off and pick-up procedures are as follows- Only buses and daycare vans will be allowed to drop students off at the east parking lot.  All car riders must be dropped off at our car rider loop off of SW 29th Street.  Student drop-off begins each morning at 7:15.  The tardy bell rings at 7:40.

*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); sign up for push notifications from your child’s school to your cell phone with the “School Connect” app; follow us on Twitter using the Twitter handle @mpsvalley; follow us on Instagram using the name @mpsvalley; 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


 We look forward to the 2016-2017 school year with great anticipation and hope for another outstanding year!

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Posted Wednesday, May 4, 2016
 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



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  2. Adult Long Sleeve with Morsey on pocket: AS-AXL $25.00,  2X-3X $28.00

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Posted Sunday, October 25, 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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