On Tuesday, voters will decide if more than $100 million will be spent to improve schools across Northeast Oklahoma.
Muskogee Public Schools hopes voters will pass the largest school bond in the district's history. The $110 million-dollar bond will cover improvements at every campus in Muskogee.
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Bristow Public Schools is looking to pass a proposed $6 million bond for upgrades to its lower elementary school and to build a new Pre-K Center. The bond also includes money for technology and activity facility updates.
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Finally, Hominy School is looking to pass a $5 million bond to update several facilities throughout the district and improve school security.