The current logo of Oklahoma City Public Schools is outdated and doesn’t represent the district’s history and tradition, prompting the development of a new logo, a district spokeswoman said at Monday night’s school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