We Aspire to Have:
Highly effective, compassionate teachers in every classroom delivering a world-class education to every student in a safe and mutually respectful environment to the extent that Mustang students achieve at their highest level and contribute to their world in a meaningful way, both now and in the future.
Prairie View archers competed in Tulsa at the Grand State Archery Meet where they placed 10th out of the top 30 teams in the state. PV was the only Elementary Division team made up of all 4th grade students. They have earned a spot to compete in the Western Nationals Meet in Utah in April.
Praire View Voices will perfrom at Bicentennial Park for the Arts Festival. They will be on the main stage at 11 am on April 26th. Come support our talented vocalists and their wonderful director Mrs. Hooten.
Administration and other staff volunteered to read books aloud to Prairie View classrooms.
Prairie View's archery team competed in the El Reno Archery Winter Warm Up and takes second place in the Elementary Division.
Sign your child up for STEM camp fun!
Prairie View Elementary celebrated 100 days of learning in the 23-24 school year.
Students take advantage of a wonderful January day while reading good books.
Prairie View hosted an archery meet with several other Mustang schools.
Prairie View Robotics teams competed at the First Lego League Expo at the Mustang High School Commons.