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No one injured in Mustang bus accident

A Mustang Public Schools bus was involved in an accident at S.W. 89th Street and State Highway 4 before 6:45 a.m. Wednesday, school officials reported. The two adults on the bus were not injured, and no students were on the bus, the report said. A different bus was called into service for the route.

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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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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 students celebrate holidays at Capitol

  Molly Long’s third-grade class from Mustang Valley Elementary School got an opportunity Tuesday to celebrate the holidays at the Capitol. They joined students from across the state in a wide array of holiday activities hosted by Gov. Mary Fallin. Long’s 22 students were thrilled to be involved. The students arrived at the Capitol at…

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Mustang’s enrollment grows 19 percent over 5 years

By Chris Eversole Mustang Pubic Schools enrollment has grown by 19 percent over the past five years, Assistant Superintendent Tracy Skinner told the board of education at its meeting Monday. That’s an increase to 11,905 from 9,976 for the 2013-2014 school year. “We expected to be close to 12,000 this year, and we’re almost there,”…

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Days numbered for A-F report cards

Oklahoma schools received mostly likely their last A-F report cards grades last week with Mustang schools received one A, six B’s and five C’s. Superintendent Sean McDaniel said the A-F scores to not represent the education process in Mustang Public Schools. “A-F has been and continues to be a flawed calculation and does not adequately…

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