Vote on new logo for Oklahoma City Public Schools is delayed

The current logo of Oklahoma City Public Schools is outdated and doesn’t represent the district’s history and tradition, prompting the development of a new logo, Kathleen Kennedy, a district spokeswoman, said at Monday night’s school board meeting.

BY JACLYN COSGROVE Modified: February 4, 2013 at 11:40 pm •  Published: February 5, 2013
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The current logo of Oklahoma City Public Schools is outdated and doesn’t represent the district’s history and tradition, prompting the development of a new logo, a district spokeswoman said at Monday night’s school board meeting.

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AT A GLANCE

CONTRACTS AWARDED

The Oklahoma City School Board awarded several contracts at Monday’s meeting:

•Safer Mechanical, $1.3 million for chillers at Cleveland Elementary, Jackson Middle School and Classen School of Advanced Studies.

•Metropolitan Air Conditioning Service Co., $785,000 for chillers at F.D. Moon Academy.

•NCS Pearson, $600,000 for supplemental reading materials for district elementary schools.

•Johnson Controls Inc., $361,000 for chillers at Parks Elementary.

•Hardesty Team, $317,000 for chillers at Nichols Hills Elementary.

•Learning Sciences International, $50,000 for professional development, an addition to the company’s $237,000 contract approved earlier this year.

•Triumph Learning, $50,000 for class materials geared toward Common Core standards.

•Alpha Plus, $35,000 for professional development at Emerson High School.

CARRIE COPPERNOLL, STAFF WRITER

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