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Counseling

The Mustang Counseling staff will provide a comprehensive, developmental program that addresses the academic, social and emotional and career readiness needs of all students.  For more information visit the

MPS School Counseling Page

Karie McGavock, 7th Grade Counselor
7th Grade Counselor Karie McGavock

Hello Broncos!! I am Karie McGavock. I am thrilled to be a part of the Mustang Bronco Family!! I have been in the education field for about twelve years. I took a break to be a stay at home mom to raise my sweet precious babies, who are now nine and eleven.

I graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with my Bachelor's of Education. I am currently enrolled and getting my Master's in School Counseling at Grand Canyon University. 

In my years of being in the classroom I realized I didn't just teach academics, I teach life!! I want to build and inspire the whole child as a scholar and a person. I believe in providing structure with the flexibility of choice and compromise. I have found more passion and excitement in the process of helping children, which has lead me to school counseling. I look forward to serving and working with you and your child as the seventh grade counselor!!

Angie Larson, 8th Grade Counselor
Photo of Angie Larson and son

Hello Mustang Families! My name is Angie Larson and I am the 8th grade counselor. This is my 14th year here at MMS! I am always excited for a new school year and meeting your students. Aside from work, I am a  mom of an amazing 7 year old boy! 

I have a Bachelor of Social Work degree and a Master of Education degree in School Counseling. Before I was a school counselor I was a juvenile officer for Canadian County Juvenile Bureau then I went back to school and have been at MMS  ever since ! 

I am very passionate about being an advocate for students. Student success is the goal and I am here to help in anyway that I can. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. 

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Contact Us

Penny Murrow
Counseling Office Administrative Assistant
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Angie Larson
Counselor
405-376-7985
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Karie McGavock
Counselor
405-376-7986
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Jordan Gruenberg
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
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Resources for help and support:

Oklahoma Family Counseling Services – 405-577-5477

Red Rock Behavioral Health Services – 405-354-1928, 405-262-3209

Reachout Hotline, ODMHSAS – 800-522-9054 – 24 hours a day

HeartLine – 800-273-TALK – 24 hours a day

Mental Health Resources

National Suicide Prevention LifelineIf you or someone you know needs help now, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at: 1-800-237-TALK (8255)

Youth Crisis Mobile Response HotlineYouth Crisis Mobile Response Hotline: 1-833-885-CARE 24-hour, 7 day per week service that provides assistance for mental health and substance abuse crises through telephone or face-to-face assessment.