Important Information for Parents

A note on communicable diseases

 Mustang Public Schools is aware of the suspected cases of Meningitis in Union City Public Schools. At Mustang Public Schools, we have no reported or confirmed cases of Meningitis. Our nursing staff is in contact with the Canadian County Health Department and is monitoring the situation.

Lorie Torres, nursing department head for MPS, said to prevent the spread of any communicable disease like Meningitis, the flu or enterovirus 68, hand washing and disinfecting is vital. Parents can take this opportunity to remind their students to wash their hands regularly and thoroughly with soap. When soap and water are not available, students can use hand sanitizer.

"Meningitis does not live long outside the body," Torres said. "Now is a good time for parents to talk to their children about healthy habits to help prevent communicable diseases such as not sharing water bottles, cups and utensils. Also, if your child is sick, please keep them at home until they have been fever free, with no vomiting or diarrhea for 24 hours without the use of medication."

As a daily practice, MPS custodial staff use Virex, a disinfectant, every day on surfaces students touch such as light switches, door handles and water fountains. Teachers have bottles available to spray on student desks. Bottles are also available for bus drivers to use on hand rails and other surfaces. Nursing staff is monitoring the number of daily absences and watching for trends that could indicate the spread of an illness.

"As a district, we are taking this as an opportunity to continue to reach out to students and staff and teach them the importance of preventing the spread of illness with good hygiene practices," Torres said.  

Should a confirmed case be reported, the district will notify parents with an automated call. There would also be information posted on our websites. If you would like more information on communicable diseases like Meningitis, the flu and others, stop by theOklahoma Department of Health website.

Several times a year, the Oklahoma Caring Van comes to the district and provides immunizations to protect children and adolescents from dangerous illnesses at no cost to the family. The Caring Van is scheduled to come to Mustang Schools again Oct. 21-24. A Meningitis vaccine, among many others, will be available. The vaccines are free. More information will be posted the week before they are scheduled to arrive.
  • Counselors Red Ribbon T-Shirts Go On Sale
    Look for info in folders.
  • Mustang Police Visiting Pre-K Oct. 2nd
  • Firefighters Visiting Pre-K Oct. 1st
  • Centennial Pride Week September 29th - October 3rd.
    Tuesday- "Throw Back Day"
    Wednesday- Color Day (Favorite Color)
    Thursday- Crazy Socks 
    Friday- Pride Day (Wear Mustang Colors)
  • C2 Square Presented by Mrs. Bates Oct. 3rd & Pride Week Assembly @ 9:00 a.m.
Severe Weather Information
  • Severe Weather Information


    In the event of severe weather, which poses the threat of imminent danger to our students and staff, these doors will be locked.
    Students can be checked out when the weather improves and conditionsare considered safe.  This decision was made by Mustang
    Public Schools and based on the advice of FEMA and the National Weather Service. If you feel that you need to pick your child
    up from school due to severe weather, please do so early rather than waiting until a storm is approaching. Absences due to severe
     weather will be excused. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter of safety for our students and staff. 

If You Missed You Have Till Friday to Order Online

If you weren't able to come to Book Fair you have till Friday, Oct. 3rd to order online.

Fundraiser for P.E. & Art Department
Bring your Campbell Soup Labels to School when you are through using the product. (Don't Throw Away!)
We are turning these in to get points to order New P.E. Equipment & Art Supplies for our school. If you have
any questions please feel free to contact Sharrie Langston, Carla Buck or Kristen Polson @405-256-6466.
Words of the Week
  • Character Education WOW, BOW & Quotes
    September- Responsibility is our Word for the Month

    WOW(Words of Wisdom)- Self-Discipline- Rejecting wrong desires & doing what is right.

    BOW(Behavior of the Week)
    -Keep "Self -to-Self" not bothering or touching others or objects. 

    Quote-"If we don't discipline ourselves, the world will do it for us."~William Feather


October 3rd- Friday is Sucker for Sale!!!
October 7th, Tuesday - Swadley's Night  6:00-9:00 p.m.

PTA Raffle Tickets for Mustang Bronco T-Shirt Quilt
$1.00 for 1 ticket
$5.00 for 6 tickets

Contact Toni Pearson 405-570-0517 or DeLaine Langerman  405-820-9131
Drawing will be Oct. 24th at Fall Carnival.

Snacks are sold each morning before school outside the gym. They are 75 cents a piece. They are healthy
snacks that are available: Pop Tarts, Cheese Its, name a few.  

Friday snacks are in going on at this time, ALL MONEY needs to be turned in by Thursday. 
Popcorn, Beef Jerky and Fruit Chews
50 cents an item

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