Thank You Glenpool Staff and Community!
With over 650 people voting, both propositions passed with 82% of the vote. On behalf of the Board of Education and the administration, we appreciate your involvement in continuing with the progress that began many years ago. We have now successfully passed 28 consecutive bond issues. Now, the work begins. Committees, such as the technology committee, will continue to determine the priorities for expending the allocated bond funds while elementary staff members will begin to determine the functionality of the new facility. In addition, staff members will begin discussions on other grade reorganization possibilities and the utilization of the TCC Building. This will be an exciting time for the Glenpool School community and we appreciate your support and continued involvement.
The district bond issue/long range planning task force has been meeting over the past 18 months to develop and prioritize district needs. The committee, made up of community members, parents, city officials, staff and administrators, has set the plan in place that will be implemented based on the overwhelmingly positive results of the bond election. The Board of Education and Superintendent Jerry Olansen would like to express their appreciation to committee members, Brandon Kearns, Roger Kolman, Aarick Klugh, Cliff Goins, Ron Stanley, Whitney Rogers, Lynne Whetsell, Kristy Moyer, Pete Bell, Mona Smith, Mark Bilby for participating in the development of the bond issue items. With the school and community working together, the district is truly focused on the future.