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Voters turned out in record number, despite the cold and rain, to cast their ballots in the 2017 Mustang Public Schools bond election. The $180.8 million bond issue will make it possible to plan for the district’s 3.2 percent average student population growth with a new elementary, intermediate and middle school. Capacity on the high school campus will also be increased with a new freshman cafeteria, eight classrooms, a science academy for upper-level courses and a new visual and performing arts center. [ for more]

Posted Monday, February 20, 2017
  • Tue, Jan 3, 2017 at 12:01 AM - Registration Begins
  • Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:01 AM - Registrations and payments after this date will incur a $25 late fee per registration.
  • Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 11:59 PM - Registration Ends

The cost of each exam is $97. Students taking two or more exams will receive a $25.00 per exam discount and students on free and reduced lunches pay $14 for their AP exam.

Register at

Registration is again totally online. No payments will be taken in person.

Questions? email Kristi Stephens at 

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Posted Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Mustang High School’s Robotics Club is the first in Oklahoma to launch a Unified Robotics program that partners mainstream Robotics Club students with students with special needs. Matt Moore, robotics coach, said the program began last year with a robotics team in Washington state. [ for more]

Posted Monday, October 24, 2016

MHS Theatre students came home from the OSSAA State One Act in Tulsa as 6A State Champions! Thirty-two of Mustang's finest performed our one act, The White Snake by Mary Zimmerman, and received a superior rating, earning the title of 6A State Champions. Additionally, they won "Best Costumes" and "Best Direction," and three students (Emma White, Alexis Perry, and Kenny Le) were chosen as "All-State One Act Cast Members."
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Posted Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Mustang Public Schools has learned that Terry Long is resigning from his position as the Mustang High School boy’s basketball coach effective today, Monday, Oct. 3. He will continue his teaching duties with Mustang Schools.

“Coach Long said that economically he has reached a position personally where he must make changes to provide for his family,” said Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel. “He’s heartbroken to make this announcement as the season has just started, but the time has come when he feels there is no other choice.”

While Long will teach during the day, he will be giving private lessons in the evening, a much more lucrative option than what the school can provide with a coaching stipend.

“Coach Long is one of the premier 6A coaches in the state,” McDaniel said. “We have been blessed to have him be part of the Bronco athletics program.”

Mustang High School Assistant Principal Robert Foreman, who was a basketball coach for many years, is taking over the program for the remainder of the season. McDaniel said Foreman understands this will be a difficult transition for the team, but he’s excited about the opportunity to step in and lead a team as talented as this one. Foreman brings a wealth of knowledge to the program. He has coached four years at the collegiate level, 13 years as a high school head coach, with nine of these as a 6A head boys’ coach. He is currently the Director of the Oklahoma Swish Basketball Club. Players were made aware of the change Monday afternoon.
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Posted Monday, October 3, 2016
Save the date! On Oct. 27, the National Alliance on Mental Illness Chisholm Trail will be hosting a mental health forum and resources fair. The event includes an opportunity for mental health and addiction services providers to have a vendor table and share with those in need of services. 

Special guest, Cathy Costello, widow of Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Mark Costello will share her story. The event is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Canadian Valley Baptist Church, 11500 SW 15th Street, Yukon, OK 73099. 

For more information call (405) 777-9049 or email
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Posted Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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