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Jenks Public Schools Passes $14 Million Bond Package



On Feb. 13, Jenks patrons passed a $14 million bond package that will fund district growth and technology needs.

Bond Details:

Proposition No. 1
 
$5.25 million—expansion of Middle School classroom space including architectural services, engineering services, construction services, site preparation, utilities, plumbing, electrical, mill work, HVAC and mechanical, concrete, painting, flooring, and lighting;
$3.3 million—purchase of technology equipment districtwide including computer hardware and software, servers, interactive whiteboards, infrastructure cabling and network, and telecommunications equipment;
$1.9 million—district maintenance issues including roof repair and replacement, HVAC repair and replacement, clocks/intercom repair, painting, carpeting, cabinetry, maintenance equipment, plumbing repair/upgrades, sidewalk improvements, and electrical repair/upgrades district-wide, as needed;
$940,000—purchase of equipment districtwide including classroom desks, white boards, tack boards, projectors, in-focus machines, overhead projectors, teacher desks, maintenance equipment, furniture, science lab equipment, and art equipment;
$800,000—purchase of textbooks and media improvements including textbooks, books, media equipment, and software;
$525,000—purchase of safety items districtwide as needed including security cameras, access control equipment and security systems, secured building entrances, school building safety vestibules, safety equipment, fire alarms, smoke detectors, radio systems, emergency generators, fire extinguishers, and chemical safety equipment;
$500,000—purchase and installation of copiers/printing equipment districtwide;
$275,000—purchase of marching band uniforms;
$70,000—bond consultant and financial services fees; and
$60,000—purchase of warehouse vehicle.
Total: $13,350,000

Proposition No. 2
 
$650,000—purchase of student transportation equipment.

Updated 02-14-2018

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