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Oklahoma City Public Schools approves annual contracts

Carrie Coppernoll Published: July 1, 2013

The Oklahoma City School Board kicked off the start of the fiscal year by approving and renewing more than 100 contracts, leases and agreements. Here’s a list of what they approved in order from most expensive to least expensive.

Note: Some companies have multiple contracts. Also, school renovations and construction contracts were not included because those are voted on as they occur, not annually.

  • $15 million to Oklahoma Roofing and Sheet Metal for roof repairs.
  • $15 million to PATCO for electrical repairs.
  • $15 million to Schuler Enterprises for plumbing.
  • $14 million to Hardesty Team Heating and Air Conditioning for chiller repairs and maintenance.
  • $14 million to Hardesty Team Heating and Air Conditioning for boiler repairs and maintenance.
  • $10 million to Commercial Roofing Inc. for roof repairs.
  • $7 million to Sysco Oklahoma for food.
  • $6 million to Apple Computers for equipment and service.
  • $6 million to Dell Computers for equipment and service.
  • $5.7 million to Oklahoma School Assurance Group for workers’ compensation insurance.
  • $3 million to Ace Transfer and Storage Company for moving and storage.
  • $2.9 million to Oklahoma Building Services for custodial services.
  • $2.6 million to Hiland Dairy Foods for milk.
  • $2.5 million to Cooks Fencing for fence construction and repair.
  • $2.2 million to Buddy’s Produce for food.
  • $2.1 million set aside for textbooks with multiple vendors.
  • $2 million to Independent Insurance Agents of Greater Oklahoma City for property and casualty insurance.
  • $1.8 million set aside for fuel with multiple vendors.
  • $1.5 million to Follett Library Resources for textbooks.
  • $1.5 million to Sodexo to manage maintenance, custodial services and other services.
  • $1.2 million to SAP for financial software.
  • $1 million to Office Depot for office supplies.
  • $1 million to Siemens Industry for HVAC repairs and maintenance.
  • $850,000 to Shannon Construction for various repairs and construction jobs.
  • $800,000 to EMSCO Electric Supply Company for electrical supplies.
  • $750,000 to Voss Lighting for lamps.
  • $694,000 to MASSCO for janitorial supplies.
  • $681,000 to Southwest Cleaning Service for custodial services.
  • $607,000 for Oklahoma Building Services for custodial services.
  • $600,000 to Fuzzell’s Business Equipment for printer ink and supplies.
  • $585,000 to Chartwells Management for food service.
  • $530,000 to Service King for custodial services.
  • $500,000 to Central Oklahoma Winnelson for plumbing supplies.
  • $500,000 to Connections Learning to operate the district virtual school.
  • $480,000 to Top Clean for custodial services.
  • $400,000 to Office Depot for paper.
  • $384,0000 to Riverside Edusoft Systems for student testing.
  • $380,000 to Hancock Staffing for groundskeepers.
  • $362,000 to TransPar Group for transportation and bus maintenance.
  • $356,000 to NCS Pearson for professional development and middle and high schools.
  • $350,000 to Waste Management of Oklahoma for trash removal.
  • $333,000 to Metropolitan Custodial Service for custodial services.
  • $303,000 to Marzano Research Laboratory for teacher training at Centennial High School.
  • $303,000 to Marzano Research Laboratory for teacher training at Centennial Middle School.
  • $302,000 to Global Management Services for custodial services.
  • $300,000 to Allied Steel for crane rentals.
  • $300,000 to Federal Corporation for boiler supplies.
  • $288,000 to Top Clean for custodial services.
  • $281,000 to Global Management Services for custodial services.
  • $250,000 set aside for heating fuels from multiple vendors.
  • $250,000 to The Center for Education Law for legal services.
  • $250,000 to Harris House Moving Contractors for moving temporary annexes from one location to another.
  • $250,000 to High-Tech-Tronics for security alarm equipment, installation and maintenance.
  • $250,000 to Johnstone Supply of Oklahoma City for HVAC supplies.
  • $230,000 to NCS Pearson for professional development at Douglass Middle School.
  • $203,000 to AT&T for hosting SAP purchasing and payroll programs online.
  • $200,000 to Options Unlimited for services to students who attend a day treatment facility.
  • $200,000 to Speak Homes for services to students who are in a residential treatment facility.
  • $198,000 to Youth Cornerstone for truancy reduction.
  • $197,000 to Sunbeam Family Services for the Emerson Early Head Start program.
  • $184,000 to Symantec for anti-virus protection and other services.
  • $169,000 to ISG Technology for data storage maintenance.
  • $163,000 to Provenio Group for teacher development software.
  • $160,000 to Presort First Class for mailing services.
  • $152,000 to Learning Science International for professional development.
  • $150,000 to Filtertec for air filters.
  • $125,000 to R&R Delivery for mail delivery to schools.
  • $117,000 to Smartweb Tech for grading and attendance software.
  • $100,000 to Arbor Masters Tree Services for tree trimming and removal.
  • $100,000 to American Elevator Service for elevator inspections and repairs.
  • $100,000 to Magic Services for kitchen laundry services.
  • $100,000 to Southern Tire Mart for tires.
  • $100,000 to Spectrum Paint Company for paint.
  • $92,000 to Safety and Security Services for security.
  • $94,000 to Follett Software for library software.
  • $90,000 to Higgins Backhoe Services for backhoe and bulldozer rental.
  • $90,000 to Koetter Alarm & Fire Equipment for fire extinguishers and other equipment.
  • $89,000 to Discovery Education for educational videos.
  • $89,000 to Solution Tree for teaching training at U.S. Grant High School.
  • $80,000 to Rose Rock Development for snow removal.
  • $80,000 to Saf-T-Net for the AlertNow parent notification system.
  • $80,000 to Tech-An Inc. on-call asbestos and lead removal.
  • $75,000 to Eales Electronics for firm alarm inspection and repairs.
  • $75,000 to SeeWorth Academy for an additional 40 special education students.
  • $71,000 to Celebrations Preschool, Jo’s Little Rascals, Acorn Children’s Center and Linwood Child Development Center to provide off-site prekindergarten educational services.
  • $65,000 to NCS Pearson for professional development at Centennial High School.
  • $65,000 to NCS Pearson for professional development at Centennial Middle School.
  • $65,000 to Solution Tree for teaching training at U.S. Grant High School.
  • $65,000 to Sunbeam Family Services for the Emerson Early Head Start program.
  • $61,000 to Ricoh Business Services for printer rental.
  • $60,000 to the state Department of Human Services for annual fees related to student meals.
  • $58,000 to Kellogg & Sovereign Consulting for e-rate consulting.
  • $55,000 to Marzano Research Laboratory for teacher training at Centennial High School.
  • $55,000 to Marzano Research Laboratory for teacher training at Centennial Middle School.
  • $53,000 to CommVault for email data backup.
  • $52,000 to Alpha Plus for professional development at Emerson High School.
  • $52,000 to Solution Tree for teaching training at Oklahoma Centennial Middle School.
  • $51,000 to ISG Technology for data backup for virtual machines.
  • $50,000 to Southwest Cleaning Service for custodial services.
  • $50,000 to Sunny Sky Products for fruit slushes for sale at secondary schools.
  • $47,000 to Google for the Google Apps Vault For Education.
  • $46,000 to Hewlett-Packard for server blades.
  • $46,000 to Solution Tree for teaching training at Oklahoma Centennial High School.
  • $40,000 to Air & Earth Inc. for on-call environmental sampling services.
  • $39,000 to SADA Systems for technology training about student email.
  • $36,000 to Dedra Stafford for professional development at Hillcrest Elementary.
  • $36,000 to ISG Technology for server maintenance.
  • $35,000 to Eales Electronics for fire and security alarm monitoring.
  • $35,000 to the state Department of Rehabilitation Services for job training for special needs students.
  • $33,000 to Learning Science International for professional development of new principals.
  • $33,000 to NCS Pearson for student testing.
  • $32,000 to Affordable Jetting for kitchen grease removal.
  • $32,000 to Solution Tree for teaching training at Roosevelt Middle School.
  • $30,000 to University of Oklahoma Health Sciences for hearing screenings.
  • $29,000 to Dell Computers for servers.
  • $28,000 to AT&T for high-speed Internet connection.
  • $28,000 to Presidio for hardware and software.
  • $25,000 to Flippen Group for professional development at Capitol Hill High School.
  • $25,000 to Flippen Group for professional development at Roosevelt Middle School School.
  • $25,000 to Tech-Now for electives for special needs students.
  • $23,000 to ISG Technology for hardware that supports data backup.
  • $20,000 to Presidio for 911 software.
  • $14,000 to the National School Boards Association for membership.
  • $14,000 to Dedra Stafford for professional development at U.S. Grant High School.
  • $14,000 to Dedra Stafford for professional development at Jefferson Middle School.
  • $14,000 to Dedra Stafford for professional development at Roosevelt Middle School.
  • $13,000 to Intuitive for training for three computer services employees.
  • $10,000 to R&R Delivery Service to securely transport state tests.
  • $10,000 to AOS for backup, Intern-based phone service.
  • $10,000 to Presidio for backup, Intern-based phone service.
  • $8,200 to Chickasaw TeleCom for IT maintenance.
  • $8,000 to LSMDM for management of district iPhones, iPads and other mobile devices.
  • $7,900 to Help Desk Tech for software.
  • $6,500 to Graybar Electric for technology equipment.
  • $5,500 to OKC Winlectric for IT network parts and supplies.
  • $5,100 to the Oklahoma State School Board Association for membership.
  • $5,000 to Edu Skills for professional development at Northwest Classen High School.
  • $3,200 to the state Corrections Department for inmate labor at closed districts sites from the Clara Waters Community Corrections Center.
  • $3,000 to Graybar Electric for technology equipment.
  • $3,000 to UPS for postage.
  • $1,200 to ISG Technology for server blades.
  • $1,000 to the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce for membership.
  • $800 to the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce for membership.

The district approved several leases:

  • Community Action Agency will lease the former Garden Oaks School for $2,600 a month.
  • SeeWorth Academy will lease a school building for $600 a month.
  • The district will pay T.K. Anderson Real Estate Services $475 per month to rent 40 parking spaces for staff and visitors at Eugene Field Elementary.
  • The Teachers Credit Union will pay $325 a month to lease a room in the district administration building.
  • Smart Start of Central Oklahoma will pay $300 a month to lease unused space in Greystone Upper Elementary.
  • The district will pay $100 a month to the Oklahoma Railway Museum to rent some land at 2500 NE 30.
  • The district will pay $3,300 a month to rent temporary classrooms at Jefferson Middle School.
  • Community Action Agency will lease former Tyler and Valley Brook schools for $3,300 a month.
  • The district will pay $1,000 a month to lease space on top of the First National Bank Building for a repeat broadcast tower location.
  • The district will pay $2,700 a month to Central Catholic Trust to rent classroom space for children who attend Columbus Elementary.


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