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Jenks Gazette

Jenks Bond Vote Passes

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

“The success of our students and our schools is directly tied to the support we receive from our community,” said Jenks Superintendent Dr. Stacey Butterfield. “Once again, our parents and patrons have demonstrated their commitment to helping us provide the very best learning environment for our students. As needs grow along with our enrollment, we are so grateful for all the people in our district who believe in our mission and vision for the future.”

Bond Details:
Proposition No. 1 
• $5.25 million—expansion of Middle School classroom space including architectural services, engineering services, construction services, site preparation, utilities, and plumbing;
• $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;
• $94,000—purchase of equipment districtwide including classroom desks, white boards, tack boards and projectors;
• $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 02-20-2018

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