Mustang Bulletin

September 23, 2022

Mini Mustang Custodian Helpers (MMCH)

We've got another amazing group of students that see and need and want to step up and help their school! Max, Jacob, and Andrew visited Mrs. Schubert to present their desire to help our custodians, Mr. Aaron and Mr. Norman. They created a slide deck complete with graphics, tables, and solutions on how to assist with the many duties our custodians and teaching staff are doing to fulfill the need we have right now. We are so proud of all the students that are helping right now! Way to go boys!

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Ms. Debbie made a huge impact on our students and staff and we will all miss her dearly! Ms. Debbie had a passion for art and in lieu of flowers, her family has asked for donations to our West Wing Art Program. Mrs. Hilbert will be working with our students to put together a book of art for Ms. Debbie's family. Please use the link below to make a donation in honor of our beloved Ms. Debbie!
Art from the Heart

Click to donate to our Art Program in honor of Ms. Debbie.

Governing Board Candidate Forum

Some DVUSD PTA/PTO organizations are sponsoring a forum to hear from the candidates in the upcoming Governing Board election. The forum takes place on October 4, 2022, at 6 p.m. in the DVUSD Governing Board room at 20402 N. 15th Avenue in Phoenix, 85027. You can view the forum live or later at livestream.com/dvusd. A candidate meet-and-greet will take place prior to the forum from 5:30 – 6:00 p.m. in the Governing Board room.


The sponsoring PTA/PTO organizations will select the questions from those submitted by parents, students, staff, and community members. Questions will be accepted now through September 25, 2022 at this link: https://dvusd.wufoo.com/forms/governing-board-candidate-forum-questions-2022/

Mustang Store

Our next Mustang Store is Friday, Sept 16th. Please help us stock the store with goodies for the kids!

West Wing Mustang Softball Team

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West Wing Mustang Baseball Team Takes the field!

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From Nurse Jan

Emergency Phone Number:

Parents, please add the nurse’s office phone number (623-376-5010) to your contact list. When your child is ill or there is an emergency I need to be able to reach you; it is so important that I have someone answer my phone call.

Also, please make sure your voice mailbox is regularly cleared out. So many times I call parents and/or the emergency contacts, and the voice mailbox is full and I am not able to leave a message.


DONATIONS:

I am in need of the following clothing items:

· Tee shirts that meet the dress code for 6th. 7th. 8th. Grade girls and boys.

· Underwear, new in package, for boys: Med. And Large.

· Shorts, for boys and girls, easy pull-on with drawstring waistband. Sizes for kindergarten. 1st. 2nd. 3rd.


IMMUNIZATIONS: If your child is turning 11yr.’s in Sept. Oct. or Nov. it is not too early to make their 11yr. old wellness check appointment. This appointment needs to be made on or after they turn 11 yr. not before so that they can receive their required vaccines: Tdap and Meningitis.


Once this appointment is made, if you would be so kind, as to call the nurse's office to give me the date of this appointment it would prevent you from receiving numerous phone calls, emails, and reminder letters from me.


Thank You so much for your help in helping me to give your child the best care possible while they are at school!

~Nurse Jan

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Hello Families,


The motto this week in school is:


I don't trade what I want most for what I want now.


A student may want to perform in a band or an orchestra. This dream will require commitment, and even though they would rather play video games, they can delay this gratification until after they practice their instrument. “Self-discipline begins with the mastery of your thoughts.” -Napoleon Hill


One way to empower children is to help them think of self-discipline as a superpower rather than a super-bummer.


The habit builder for this week is to help your child focus on what they want most. Here’s how:


1. Create goals with your child. What do they want? Good grades, a spot on the team, a clean room?


2. Schedule time to work on their goals. Ask them to focus on why they want to achieve these goals and how they will feel after working on them, rather than on what they may be missing now.


3. Schedule time for both work and play each day. Life is a balance of planning for the future and living in the moment.


Danna Evans

All Things E.Q.

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Monday, September 26

  • No School Fall Break Day

Tuesday, September 27

  • Fall Picture Day

  • 7:30 - Daybreak Chorus (Choir Room)

  • 4:30 - Baseball Game (Diamond Canyon @ WW)

  • 4:30 - Softball Game (WW @ Diamond Canyon)

Wednesday, September 28

  • 3:30 - 5:00 Baseball and Softball Practice

  • 3:30 - 4:45 Young Rembrandts (Art Room #114)

  • 3:45 - 4:30 Band Conservatory Club (Band Room)

Thursday, September 29

  • 7:30 - Daybreak Chorus

  • 4:30 - Baseball Game (WW @ Sierra Verde)

  • 4:30 - Softball Game (Sierra Verde @ WW)

Friday, September 30

  • Full School Day 3:30 Dismissal

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"A" Rated by the Arizona Department of Education

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