Mustang Public Schools

2018 IN REVIEW

Oil wells challenge, walkout, superintendent turnover By Chris Eversole   The year 2018 in the Mustang area was highlighted by the courts siding with the city council in its restrictions on two proposed oil and gas wells, teachers walking out as part of a statewide actions that resulted in the Legislature increasing their pay and…

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Yukon’s Simeroth named to Student Advisory Council

  Three Canadian County students made it on the 2019 State Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council. In its fourth year, the Student Advisory Council will meet with State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister and the state department of Education to discuss policy. Yukon’s Dawson Simeroth, Mustang’s Caleb Horn, and Parker Tidwell from Piedmont all made the list. Simeroth…

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GRAPPLERS TAKE THIRD

Mustang wrestling impresses in tournament   As the No. 3 team in class 6A; the Mustang Broncos wrestling team traveled to Enid over the weekend to compete in the Mid-America Nationals. Mustang finished as the third best team at the tournament a year ago but wasn’t anywhere close to Arlington Martin or Tuttle. This season,…

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Family donates $200,000 of equipment to schools

By Shannon Rigsby Mustang Public Schools received a donation of specialized equipment this semester valued at more than $200,000. For Kristy and Darren Deadmond, it’s a gift in memory of their daughter and specialized possibilities for children they may never meet. Their daughter, Shelbi Deanna Haskin, a 2014 Mustang graduate, passed away unexpectedly in August…

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Mustang shows dominance over Yukon in wrestling

  Mustang’s basketball court inside the Event Center was covered by two wrestling mats, and more than 1,000 fans filled the seats for the annual Mustang vs. Yukon dual. “I have to be a little honest. I was a little nervous. I was like ‘man there are a lot of people here,’” said coach Brian…

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Mustang High School receives threat on bathroom wall

Officials at Mustang High School confirmed a threat this morning on a bathroom wall. The threat is believed to have no credibility but residents and parents were alerted as a precaution. Around 11 a.m. an unspecified threat was written on a girl’s bathroom wall at MHS according to a press release on their website. Campus…

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Bradley welcomed as Mustang’s new superintendent

By Chris Eversole “He was the right choice. After all the interviews, he was clearly the right person to lead our district.” That was the comment of Mustang Board of Education President Jeff Landrith after the board appointed Charles Bradley as superintendent at its meeting Monday. Members of the public, teachers, students and principals attending…

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Mustang bus involved in wreck

A Mustang school bus was involved in a crash on highway 152 and Silver Rd this evening. A vehicle was turning onto highway 152 around 4 p.m. when it was struck by another vehicle. Bus route 2 was traveling west bound when it was hit in a secondary incident. No one in the school bus…

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