MPS Buses Are Safest Way To School
Mustang Public School’s buses are the safest way to get to and from school each day. Statistics from the School Bus Information Council show that buses are safer for students than airlines, passenger trains and passenger cars, which have the highest injury rate.
Mustang’s bus drivers go through strict training, which includes written tests as well as driving instruction and a driving test. New bus drivers will have a minimum of 15 hours on-the-road training with Mustang transportation department staff before they begin transporting children. Training is provided in-house.
Besides the benefits of safety, when more students ride the bus it significantly reduces congestion around the schools. It is also means a gas savings for parents.
Routes - To access route information, simply go to elink.mustangps.org. Be sure to uncheck the box next to “Authenticate using Network Credentials.” Then enter the username of mustang, and the password is guest.
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As always, we appreciate your patience with our team each year as our school district continues to grow and new neighborhoods are established.
Safety - Please take a moment to review this to view an Infographic on Oklahoma Bus Laws. Drive Safely!
- Can every student ride the bus?
- How far might a student have to walk to a bus stop?
- I need my child to ride the bus to their grandparents house every day. What do I do?
- My child’s bus is extremely full. Will changes be made?
- How many bus routes are there?
- I need to ask a general question, but it isn’t an emergency. What’s the best way to contact the department?
- The bus didn’t show up on time for my child; it was late. How long should my child wait at the bus stop?
- My child left a personal item on the bus (glasses, coat, lunchbox). How does she get it back?
- Why are bus seats so close together and there are no seatbelts?
- Boost Bus Safety
- Student Conduct On Buses (i.e., Bus Behavior Rules)