MMS Parent Newsletter

February 3, 2023

Upcoming Bond

Mustang Family,

The February 14 Momentum23 bond election is an opportunity for us to invest in our students, our community and our future.

Please remember this program will help the district invest in the following for students:

  • A new elementary school and a high school expansion to alleviate overcrowding and prepare for our rapidly growing student enrollment.

  • Safety features, including cameras, secure access upgrades and fencing.

  • New buses and transportation vehicles to provide students with safe, reliable transportation to and from school and school activities.

  • Expanded student opportunities, including decreased class sizes and increased instructional time, thanks to more classroom space.

  • Fine arts and athletic equipment, uniforms, materials and instruments.

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) equipment and other instructional resources.

  • A playground refresh throughout the district.

  • Upgrades to technology devices for students and staff, along with updates to software and out-of-date classroom technology, like presentation boards.

  • Improvements and maintenance for existing school facilities, including lighting, electrical, roofing, flooring and heating/cooling units. Including the addition of HVAC at the MMS & MNMS gymnasiums.

If you have any questions about the upcoming investment election, email us at or visit

Thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your family.


Charles Bradley, Superintendent
Mustang Public Schools

MPS Momentum23 Bond Overview

7th to 8th Enrollment Process

Feb. 6th - An email will be going out to parents to begin the re-enrollment process. This will be sent out to parents and include a link for parents to complete through an Online Re-enrollment Login. This login code will only be sent to the parent listed first in PowerSchool. Please look closely to your emails on Monday.

Feb. 8th - Students will meet with Mr. Wagnon and the 8th grade counselor to discuss the process and provide examples. The slideshow used will go out that evening to parents.

Then, students will have until March 3rd to complete class registration. Class registration cannot be completed until re-enrollment has been completed. It is imperative that students have both processes completed by March 3rd. If they do not, there is no guarantee they will get the elective classes they want. We build out the schedule and number of class offerings based on these class registration numbers.

Freshmen Enrollment Process

Feb 6-19 - The pre-enrollment window will be open for incoming freshmen. Students must be pre-enrolled using the online pre-enrolment login that will be sent to parents on Feb. 6th prior to registering for classes. This login code will only be sent to the parent listed first in PowerSchool. Please look closely to your emails on Monday.

Feb. 9th - All students will meet individually with the high school counselors through their US History classes to discuss the class registration process. They need to have their Freshmen Schedule Planning worksheets completed when they meet with the counselors. If your student did not make it home with their Freshmen Schedule Planning worksheet last Friday, we have more in the office. These worksheets will help ensure that students and parents select the correct course options when completing the online class registration.

Pre-Enrollment and online class registration must both be completed by February 19th at midnight.

Spring Sports

Spring sports practices begin February 20th. If your child needs information for spring sports they need to talk to the coach. If your child hasn’t completed RankOne or gotten a physical for the 2022-2023 school year, they will need one before being allowed to practice.

Boys Track-Coach Sawyer (
Girls Track-Coach Basco (
Tennis-Coach Coffman (
Golf-Coach Sosebee.(

All sports schedules can be found at

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Our final Parent/Teacher conferences are just around the corner! Please make plans to attend either Thursday, February 23rd or Tuesday, February 28th from 4:30pm - 7:30pm. As usual, these are come and go opportunities for you to come chat with your student's teachers. If you need a more formal meeting with your student's teacher(s), please reach out to them via email to find a good time. As always, thank you for your partnership in your student's education!

Family Resource Night

February 9, 2023 from 5:30-7:00

This come-and-go event aims to provide parents and families with resources and information to meet the needs of their child/student in ONE place.

Organizations that serve our local community will be available to discuss services, resources, and opportunities with families one-on-one.

The event is for families of students with and without disabilities in the area (not just Mustang).

Lots of door prizes and raffle prizes for attendees → staff are very welcome to come and learn about what is available in our community.

Kindness Week

Kindness Week is the week of February 20th-24th: We will be participating in Kindness Week this year. More info will be available on what all we're doing in the coming weeks. In the meantime, please consider ordering a shirt to help join in. Today is the last day to order shirts and totes!

Kindness Week T-Shirt



  • January 30-February 24: Money Wars (4th Hour Competition)
  • January 30-February 24: Raffle Tickets on Sale for Gift Card Basket and Lunch Fast Passes (Sponsored by STUCO)
  • February 9 and 16: Pizza Sales (Sponsored by Cheer)
  • February 1-24: Soda Sales (Sponsored by STRIVE and Choir)
  • February 15-17: Snack Sales (Sponsored by Archery)
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Money Wars

The 4th Hour Money Wars will be returning to BEAST Week this year. Students will be able to turn coins and bills into you from January 30-February 24th. Student Council will periodically collect and count your money to provide updates on the current leaders. All of the money we collect will be donated to this year's BEAST Week recipients.

Counseling Corner

State Testing will be here before you know it. The testing window is from April 20-May 17. We will send out specific whole group testing dates very soon. If your student has individual or small group testing accommodations they may be pulled at any point during the testing window.

Calm Water Support Groups are available for students needing different kinds of support.

Please check out the attached flyer for more information on what these groups are and how to sign up.

Contact the Counseling office at 405-376-7985 for details if you are interested.

From the Media Center

2022-2023 yearbooks are on sale now! The order form is right


W.I.N. Time

W.I.N. time is in full swing. W.I.N. stands for "What I Need."

The goal of W.I.N. Time is to give students 30 minutes a day once or twice a week to provide opportunities for intervention or extension in areas of need. Students will either be placed or have the opportunity to choose from classes that have extra help or enrichment activities.

Chromebooks, Chromebooks, Chromebooks

Just a friendly reminder to encourage your kiddos to have their chromebooks charged and with them every day. These chromebooks are an essential tool to facilitate learning each and every day!

If you are having any specific issues with you student's chromebook, please contact Mrs. Sawyer in the Media Center to get squared away.

Canvas Help

Using Canvas From Home:

To access Canvas from home, students will need to go to:

When they log on, they will need to select log in with google.

More helpful canvas information is located on our canvas for students and parents link:

If you need further assistance, please contact Jennifer Edwards at 256-5236 or

Student Drop Off and Pick Up

Please See the picture below to help get a feel for the traffic flow for student drop off and pick up. Please note that students should never cross the parking lot and should always use the crosswalks on the East and West sides of the lot when making their way North of the school.

It is also important to note that no parents should line up on the West side of the building to pick up students in the afternoon.

The Mustang Police Department will soon help assist in reinforcing safe drop off and exit procedures for students.

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School Hours

Classes are 8:40 a.m. - 3:35 p.m.

The building is open 8:10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. each day

Please do not drop off your student(s) prior to 8:10am. Students will not be allowed to enter prior to that time regardless of weather conditions, and there is no supervision.

If you are coming to MMS, please come through the Front (West) Doors and check-in at the office.