The Edmond Sun

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September 7, 2011

District plans for new elementary

School bond election set for Nov. 8

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EDMOND — Proposition No. 1

Technology: Provide for improvements to the Edmond School District to include, but not limited to, purchasing and installing computers, computer software, technology related equipment, wireless networking equipment, phone systems, copiers and technology related support services. $2,950,000

Roofing replacement: Improve Sequoyah Middle School and North High School to include but not limited to replacement of certain roofing. $960,000

School security: Provide for improvements to the Edmond School District, to include, but not be limited to the purchase of video surveillance and security equipment to be installed at Central Middle School, Clyde Howell Early Childhood Center and Orvis Risner, Sunset, Ida Freeman, Russell Dougherty, Cross Timbers, Will Rogers and West Field elementary schools. $200,000

School equipment: Provide for improvements to the Edmond School District, to include but not limited to, the purchasing of athletic equipment and fine arts equipment, as needed and as funds allow at district high schools and middle schools, the purchase of child nutrition kitchen equipment, library/media center books, instructional equipment, instructional materials and textbooks as needed and as funds will allow at all school sites. $1,600,000

John Ross Elementary: Improve John Ross Elementary to include but not be limited to, replacement of HVAC units. $600,000

Will Rogers Elementary: Improve Will Rogers Elementary, to include but not be limited to, the replacement of carpet. $280,000

Centennial Elementary: Improve Centennial Elementary to include but not be limited to, construction and equipping of a six-classroom addition. $2,200,000

New Elementary School: Construct Phase I of a new elementary school north of Danforth and south of Covell on Pennsylvania to include, but not be limited to approximately 75,000 square feet to include initially at least 25 classrooms, restrooms, administrative area, media center, cafeteria, kitchen, gymnasium, parking and associated infrastructure. $15,000,000.

Northern Hills Elementary: Improve Northern Hills Elementary to include but not be limited to, remodeling and equipping of the six classrooms and restrooms in the southwest corner of the school, media center and former administrative area. $2,000,000

Angie Debo Elementary: Improve Angie Debo Elementary, to include but be limited to, constructing and equipping a 6-classroom addition to the existing facility. $2,300,00

Washington Irving Elementary: Improve Washington Irving Elementary to include but not be limited to, constructing and equipping a six-classroom addition to the existing facility and re-surfacing existing asphalt parking. $2,550,000

Boulevard Academy: Provide for improvements to Boulevard Academy, to include but not limited to renovating and re-constructing the interior of the building to include plumbing, electrical, HVAC, finishes, ceilings, flooring, cabinets, doors, walls, paint and technology devices. $3,000,000

Energy conservation measures: Provide for energy conservation improvements to Memorial High School, North High School and Santa Fe High School, to include but not limited to the purchase and installation of energy management control systems, replacement of inefficient HVAC, lighting and mechanical equipment, lighting control equipment, water wells and purchase and installation of new equipment designed to reduce energy consumption. $1,000,000

Proposition No. 1 Total is $34,640,000

Proposition No. 2

Purchase school transportation equipment to include, but not limited to, large school buses, small school buses and maintenance vehicles.

 Proposition No. 2 Total is $900,000.



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