On August 28, the Woodward Public School bond issue will be on the ballot after both propositions fell short of the 60 percent needed to pass on April 3.
Woodward Schools Superintendent Kyle Reynolds says they are making sure that all the information gets out to voters in the district before they head to the polls.
Here is a breakdown of what is in the $7 million bond issue, which will appear as three propositions on the ballot:
$1.5 million: A new regulation 8-lane track that will be replace the current 6-lane track and will be moved north of the stadium. New changing rooms for student athletes and new bleachers for Boomer Field House.
$1.5 million: Improvements to district technology.
$1 million: Renovations to the Middle School and High School auditoriums.
$1 million: Renovations to the Woodward Middle School Fine Arts building.
$1 million: Renovations to the Ag Barn and equipment and new aritificial field turf at the stadium.
$500,000: Renovations to the Middle School Family and Consumer Sciences (formerly known as home economics).
$400,000: Replace four school buses and one transportation vehicle.
$100,000: Improvements to security.
Here is a video from teachers and students on why they “Believe in the Boom!”.