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Jenks Voters Pass School Bond Issues

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Photo of the Jenks Middle School sign. Photo of the Jenks Middle School sign.
JENKS, Oklahoma -

Voters in the Jenks School District passed a large bond issue Tuesday.

The $14 million bond was broken down into two parts. The first proposition will pay for improvements to technology, classroom equipment and student safety.

The second proposition will cover transportation needs. 

2/12/2018 Related Story: School Improvements On Ballot For Jenks Voters

Voters approved the first proposition by an unofficial vote of 1,709 to 351. They passed the second proposition by a vote of 1,709 to 354.

The district says it's one of the fastest growing in the state and needs the extra money to keep up.

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