Oklahoma Election Guide for May 14, 2019

School bond elections are scheduled across the state for Tuesday, May 14. What’s your plan to vote in the elections in your community?

Here are the 15 school districts with ballot issues this May:

  • Byng Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $1.1 million for security improvements, roof repairs and other needs. Proposition 2 will raise $505,000 for transportation.
  • Davenport Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $180,000 for SMARTboards, a van, security and technology. Proposition 2 will raise $270,000 to replace an accessible bus and an activity bus.
  • Drumright Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $360,000 security and transportation. Proposition 2 will raise $4.9 million for repairs and equipment at the middle school facilities, softball complex and other district needs.
  • Fairland Public Schools, one proposition. The $5 million bond will fund an elementary storm shelter, a student activity center, and a renovation of the elementary school gym.
  • Freedom Public Schools, one proposition. The $1.4 million bond will overhaul the main building and the ag building, as well as build and furnish a new ag building.
  • Jay Public Schools, two propositions. The $16.6 million bonds will fund repairs districtwide, including a new elementary school cafeteria, middle school gym renovation, an overhaul of the high school interior and cafeteria, secondary lockers, technology, a new football stadium, a new track, a new fieldhouse, roof repairs districtwide, six buses, HVAC upgrades and other projects.
  • Miami Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $19 million for 32 school classrooms, a new lower elementary, and a variety of other projects, as well as districtwide storm shelters, parking upgrades, technology and furniture. Proposition 2 will raise $1.2 million for transportation.
  • Milburn Public Schools, one proposition. The $325,000 bond will fund transportation.
  • Osage Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $1.2 million for a new roof, new lighting, technology upgrades, and HVAC overhauls. Proposition 2 will raise $265,000 for transportation.
  • Rush Springs Public Schools, one proposition. The $17.5 million bond will fund a new event center, an ag center, renovations to the auditorium and security upgrades.
  • Shattuck Public Schools, one proposition. The $250,000 bond will fund transportation.
  • Shawnee Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $11.4 million in renovations at the elementary schools, signage, band uniforms, and districtwide upgrades to HVAC, technology, security, and roofs, among other projects. Proposition 2 will raise $1.2 million for transportation.
  • Swink Public Schools, one proposition.
  • Tuttle Public Schools, one proposition. The $39.5 million bond includes overhauling the middle school and high school, installing athletic turf, and adding safe rooms across the district.
  • Wagoner Public Schools, one proposition. The $20 million bond includes classroom additions at Ellington Elementary, classroom additions at Teague Elementary, and a vo-ag addition at the high school.

Six other municipalities have elections:

  • Cedar Valley, one town proposition.
  • Covington, one town proposition.
  • Gore, one town proposition.
  • Mannford, one town proposition.
  • Muskogee, two city propositions.
  • Wapanucka, one town proposition.

 

 


 

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