COVID-19 Updates

MPS COVID-19 Information/Updates

   Communications from MPS, Information, Updates, Links/Resources, Food Service, Educational Supports, Links/Resources, Travel Reporting, etc.

Please reach out to your/the specific school with any questions (contact information on their website). 
You may contact our Administration Building by email in the event of an urgent need or emergency, and we will respond as soon as possible.

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Empowering Today to Achieve a Better Tomorrow

Mustang

Public Schools

Board Of Education

Streaming Information

Mustang Public Schools will hold a Board Meeting 
at 6:00pm on Monday, July 13, 2020.  

We will be streaming this meeting on our website to allow us to follow the social distancing guidelines put forth during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Additionally, the entire meeting will be recorded and posted below.  


Link To Livestream - COMING SOON

The Stream is a View Only event, but no login should be required. 
Closed Captioning available on our @MustangSchools Facebook Page.


Thank you in advance for helping us to “flatten the curve” by attending this meeting virtually, rather than in person.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at MERCcontact@mustangps.org

 Board Thank You
Dear MPS Staff, 
We want you to know that we see you, and we appreciate everything you have done to keep MPS moving in such a crazy time. In March, COVID-19 caused havoc and disruption in all elements of the world, and you stepped up to the challenge in ways no one could imagine.  
Our teachers immediately adapted lessons from the classroom to learning online, in packets, and virtually. Teachers were creative and caring and spent hours gathering resources to help Mustang students in a time of need. But you didn’t stop with academics, you participated in parades, videos, Google Hangouts, phone calls, and even home visits to fill the void our kids were struggling with emotionally. WE THANK YOU.  
Our MPS food service staff went above and beyond to prepare and serve children in the community much needed food. Thousands of meals were cooked, bagged, and handed out. You dressed up, showed up, smiled in the cold, rain, wind, and in the heat, to give our community nutrition despite the risk. WE THANK YOU.  
Our Nurses, Counselors, Therapists, Paras, and Support Personnel were there for parents, students, and teachers in big and little ways. You handed out medications. You delivered donations to families in need. You contacted kids in crisis, and you gave your time and services to all that needed them. WE THANK YOU.  
Our Special Education teachers were under added stress. You learned to meet deadlines and file paperwork using virtual meetings for IEPs and transition meetings. It wasn’t easy, but you did it well. WE THANK YOU.  
Our custodians and maintenance staff cleaned the buildings top to bottom and then recleaned again and again. You posted signs, you volunteered to hand out meals, you worked in the buildings and on the grounds. You were there for whatever was needed. WE THANK YOU.   
Our administrators scrambled to make sure families were heard and got what they needed from buildings that had suddenly closed. You worked with curriculum coordinators and teachers to develop and organize curriculum and resources.  You supported our families and teachers every step of the way, and the job never ended. You made schedules and plans and strived to meet the needs of everyone. WE THANK YOU.  
Our technology department worked quickly and expertly to assess existing technology, student and staff needs, and prepare and distribute devices to teachers across the district.  You ensured teachers had everything they needed to provide online interaction and instruction to support students and families. You provided teachers online tutorials and guidance using online tools and resources in an ongoing, easily understood and digestible manner. WE THANK YOU. 
Our Upper administration went above and beyond to meet the needs of schools, parents, students and the community. You gathered cleaning supplies to donate to hospitals and nursing homes. You gave students home challenges. You communicated the ever-changing information from the state school board. You made plans and always looked out for the safety of MPS staff and students. WE THANK YOU.  
This was not how the year was supposed to go. Most of what you did was not in your job description. But you stepped up for kids, went “above and beyond,” and made us Mustang Proud.  WE THANK YOU.  
With our sincere thanks, 
MPS Board Members 
 

Board Of Education

 
Board Member - Seat 1:
Todd Lovelace, Vice President   
405-821-7956 
Term 2019-2021 
 
Picture of Stacy Oldham 
 Board Member - Seat 2: 
Stacy Oldham, Deputy Board Clerk
405-208-9515
Term 2017-2022 
Jeff Landrith
Board Member - Seat 3:
Jeff Landrith 
 405-256-2204
Jeff@lifeinmustang.com 
 Term 2018-2023 

Chad Schroeder
Board Member - Seat 4:
Chad Schroeder, President
405-823-5491
Term 2019-2024


 
Board Member - Seat 5:
Dedra Stafford, Board Clerk
405-256-4660
Term 2018-2020 
 
 

Board Meetings

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 Friday before by 5:00 p.m. Meeting dates for 2020 include:
  • January 13, 2020
  • February 10, 2020
  • March 9, 2020
  • April 13, 2020
  • May 11, 2020
  • June 8, 2020
  • July 13, 2020
  • August 10, 2020
  • September 14, 2020
  • October 12, 2020 6:00
  • November 9, 2020 6:00
  • December 14, 2020 6:00

Public Participation

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. 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.