OKAY -- Kindergarten teacher
"We desperately need a bond to pass," Taylor said.
Okay school district voters will determine the fate of two propositions totaling
Proposition 1 would provide the district with
Proposition 2 would provide
Taylor said having a storm shelter would ease fears for teachers and students.
"Right now, we cram into the teachers' lounge," Taylor said. "It's not the ideal situation."
She said around 120 students, including her class, retreat to the teachers' lounge in accordance with the emergency plan.
Okay Public Schools Superintendent
"Our kids deserve better than that," McMahan said.
He said the school's shrinking budget has made the bond absolutely necessary.
"First of all, the city of
The second proposition would be used to purchase transportation equipment.
"We hopefully will be able to purchase three new buses," McMahan said. "We're spending quite a bit of money every year on maintenance."
If both propositions pass, the money will come from property taxes. For every
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