Nichols Hills Elementary gymnasium addition discussion is rescheduled
The discussion about a new gym for Nichols Hills Elementary School has been moved to Feb. 21.
A community meeting to discuss a gymnasium addition for Nichols Hills Elementary School originally scheduled for Tuesday has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Nichols Hills Elementary Cafeteria, 1301 W Wilshire Blvd.
During the meeting, parents, teachers, students and community members can review the final design of the gymnasium addition. The school district has allocated $1.2 million in bond funds for the project.
The school, built in 1937, received a new addition and facility improvements totaling more than $2.4 million from MAPS for Kids funds. The school is designed to accommodate 459 prekindergarten through fifth-grade students.
In 2007, voters in the Oklahoma City Public School District passed a $248.3 million bond issue to further improve public schools across the district. The Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust manages $114.8 million of those funds, which is allocated to gymnasium, classroom and stadium projects.
People needing a sign language interpreter, language interpreter or disability assistance can call 297-2578 at least 48 hours before the meeting.
The meeting is being coordinated by Hornbeek Blatt Architects and the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust Project Office.
For more information, call the Trust Project Office at 297-3461 or go to okc.gov/ocmaps.