Gore said that since the
These people have suggested a smaller bond election and that it should be done soon, she said.
"Please share this with anyone you wish as we really would like to have people who care about MPS attend and share their ideas," Gore said.
She said the schools have decided to remove an early childhood center from their discussions.
She said taking an early childhood center out of the discussions leaves MPS with the following priorities: technology, security cameras, transportation; heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and portable classroom buildings for early childhood students.
She said the next election date available for a school bond election is
"We have preliminary costs for all of these and have identified how much it would cost to pass a bond and keep the indebtedness under 10 percent," Gore said, "paying it off in five years."
She said 9,672 people were registered to vote in
Gore said because of this, 17 percent of registered voters are deciding the future of McAlester Pubic Schools.
Gore said MPS will also place a survey at mcalester.k12.ok.us.
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