Board Of Education - Mustang ISD (I-069)
The Mustang Public Schools Board of Education consists of five members (one from each election district) who serve a five-year term with one member’s term expiring each year. The Board is governed by and acts within the context of all applicable state and federal laws and is responsible for establishing/updating necessary policies, providing vision for a high-quality educational system and working in partnership with other parents, teachers, business leaders and other stakeholders to ensure high levels of success for students.
The Superintendent of Schools is the Chief Executive Officer for the Board and is responsible for administering Board policies and District regulations.
On this page, you can learn more about the elected volunteers who serve our district and community as school board members. You will also find a list of board meetings, board agendas, board meeting minutes and more.
Board meetings are held the second Monday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Mustang Education Resource Center (MERC) located at 909 S. Mustang Road, Mustang, OK 73064. The meeting is open to the public. Agendas are posted online on the afternoon of the Friday before the meeting. Upcoming meeting dates include:
- November 14, 2022
- December 12, 2022
Mustang Public Schools will stream meetings on our website to accommodate those unable to attend. Additionally, the entire meeting will be recorded and posted herein.
DISCLAIMER: In-Person seating is limited in the Board meeting room. Please take advantage of our ability to stream and see below regarding public participation.
Link To Livestream - Updated Each Month Prior To Start of Meeting.
The Stream is a View Only event, but no login should be required. Closed Captioning available on our @MustangSchools Facebook Page.
If you have any questions or concerns, please Email Us.
As per Board Policy 1035, during regular monthly board meetings, an agenda item is included to allow for public participation so residents of the Mustang School District can address the Board of Education on items that pertain to education and/or the operation of the district. Presentations under Public Participation are limited to five (5) minutes and where several people wish to address the same subject, a spokesperson must be selected. Those residents wishing to address the Board of Education must complete a Request for Public Participation form prior to the scheduled starting time of the regular board meeting. A response may be not be provided at this time. Questions or concerns related to employees will be referred to the superintendent and not permitted during the open meeting.