Lakehoma Elementary School
           

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Healthy and Fit School Gold Award
Winner 2010-2011

"Great Expectations Model School" 2011,2012,2013,2014

Mustang Public Schools is aware of the suspected cases of Meningitis in Union City Public Schools. At Mustang Public Schools, we have no reported or confirmed cases of Meningitis. Our nursing staff is in contact with the Canadian County Health Department and is monitoring the situation.
Lorie Torres, nursing department head for MPS, said to prevent the spread of any communicable disease like Meningitis, the flu or enterovirus 68, hand washing and disinfecting is vital. Parents can take this opportunity to remind their students to wash their hands regularly and thoroughly with soap. When soap and water are not available, students can use hand sanitizer. 

"Meningitis does not live long outside the body," Torres said. "Now is a good time for parents to talk to their children about healthy habits to help prevent communicable diseases such as not sharing water bottles, cups and utensils. Also, if your child is sick, please keep them at home until they have been fever free, with no vomiting or diarrhea for 24 hours without the use of medication." 

As a daily practice, MPS custodial staff use Virex, a disinfectant, every day on surfaces students touch such as light switches, door handles and water fountains. Teachers have bottles available to spray on student desks. Bottles are also available for bus drivers to use on hand rails and other surfaces. Nursing staff is monitoring the number of daily absences and watching for trends that could indicate the spread of an illness. 

"As a district, we are taking this an opportunity to continue to reach out to students and staff and teach them the importance of preventing the spread of illness with good hygiene practices," Torres said.  
Should a confirmed case be reported, the district will notify parents with an automated call. There would also be information posted on our websites. If you would like more information on communicable diseases like Meningitis, the flu and others, stop by the Oklahoma Department of Health website at http://www.ok.gov/health/Disease,_Prevention,_Preparedness/Acute_Disease_Service/Disease_Information/index.html

Several times a year, the Oklahoma Caring Van comes to the district and provides immunizations to protect children and adolescents from dangerous illnesses at no cost to the family. The Caring Van is scheduled to come to Mustang Schools again Oct. 21-24. A Meningitis vaccine, among many others, will be available. The vaccines are free. More information will be posted the week before they are scheduled to arrive


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School Times

7:15 a.m. Students may arrive
7:30 a.m.  First Bell
7:40a.m.  Tardy Bell
2:35 p.m. Dismissal

Contact Us

Phone: 405-376-2409

Fax: 405-376-7348

Location: 224 S. Clear Springs Rd
Mustang, OK 73064

MAILING: 906 S. Heights Dr
Mustang, OK 73064

Lakehoma Student Creed

I am a Lakehoma Elementary School student.  I have great expectations for myself. I believe I am a capable and dependable student, full of possibilities and potential. There is no limit to what I can achieve!

I believe that for everyone to have the opportunity to learn, I must accept the responsibility for my behavior and its consequences. I will work hard, use my time wisely and not interfere with the learning and well-being of others.

I believe that the choices I make will affect me as a citizen and a lifelong learner. Yesterday’s experiences are behind me. Today’s successes are before me and today begins the rest of my life!

MPS Severe Weather Policy

Breakfast and Lunch Prices

Breakfast prices:  Full price-$1.50    Reduced price- .30
Lunch prices:  Full price-$2.50   Reduced price-.40   Adult price- $3.25
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Lakehoma Citizen of Character
   Jacoby Nance, August Character Trait: Enthusiasm
Math Matters
  • K-2 Math Matters: Volume
    Volume-How much is inside?
  • 3-5 Math Matters: Equation
    Equation-An equation says that two things are the same, using mathematical symbols.
Character Ed.
  • Word of the Week: Self-Discipline
    Self-Discipline-the ability to choose and control one's actions
  • BOW Word of the Week:
    Walk Quietly In The Halls
  • Quote of the Week
     
    "We all have dreams. But in order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort."
    Thomas Edison

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Bronco Boogie


 September 29, 2014
Mrs. Wellner's 3rd grade class is leading Bronco Boogie. 
Bronco Boogie starts at 7:40 in the gym.

Teacher of the Year 2013-2014

     Lakehoma Elementary School 
    Teacher of the Year 2013-2014
         Mrs. Vikki Dodson
  
                                                   
       (shown here with Mrs. Sonya Glover,
LE's 2012-2013 TOY)
                                 

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