Green Country voters passed two bonds for Owasso Public Schools on Tuesday.
They approved a $60 million construction bond and a $2 million transportation bond.
The construction bond passed 1,548 to 474. The transportation bond passed 1,572 to 446.
Owasso Public Schools said they will use the money to help the district keep up with continued growth.
The district said the money will go toward building Morrow Elementary School, additional classroom space at the High School West campus and the construction of three safe gyms designed to protect students during severe weather.
The district also said the money would free up the general operating funds, meaning it could hire new teachers and increase salaries.