School board races

Oklahoma City-area school board races
From Staff Reports Modified: February 7, 2011 at 5:27 am •  Published: February 7, 2011
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On the Ballot

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Edmond Schools

Office 1: Lee Ann Kuhlman, Michael Blalock, Chris Hardwick, Ann Stephenson Cameron, Charles Woodham, Cory King

Luther Schools

Office 1: Aaron Bachhofer, Cindy Lawson Teel

Oklahoma City Schools

Office 6: David Castillo, Jay Means, Charles J. Campbell

Oakdale Schools

Office 1: Kelli Mitchell, Chriss Barnes

CANADIAN COUNTY

Calumet Schools

Proposition 1: $480,000 to repair roofs, build parking lots and purchase athletic uniforms

Proposition 2: $255,000 to purchase three new buses

El Reno Schools

Office 1: Doug Vontungeln, Justin Martin

Mustang Schools

Office 1: Lonnie D. Renaud, Nathan Harper, Jim Davis

Piedmont Schools

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On the Ballot

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Edmond Schools

Office 1: Lee Ann Kuhlman, Michael Blalock, Chris Hardwick, Ann Stephenson Cameron, Charles Woodham, Cory King

Luther Schools

Office 1: Aaron Bachhofer, Cindy Lawson Teel

Oklahoma City Schools

Office 6: David Castillo, Jay Means, Charles J. Campbell

Oakdale Schools

Office 1: Kelli Mitchell, Chriss Barnes

CANADIAN COUNTY

Calumet Schools

Proposition 1: $480,000 to repair roofs, build parking lots and purchase athletic uniforms

Proposition 2: $255,000 to purchase three new buses

El Reno Schools

Office 1: Doug Vontungeln, Justin Martin

Mustang Schools

Office 1: Lonnie D. Renaud, Nathan Harper, Jim Davis

Piedmont Schools

Office 1: Tamra States, Stanley R. Nance II

Office 4 (unexpired term): Aaron Chester, Alan D. Blankenship, Jimmy Spivey

Riverside Schools

Office 3: Susan Salisbury, Rex Bross

Union City Schools

Office 1: Jimmy Pappe, David Landry

Yukon Schools

Office 1: Steve Geries, Suzanne R. Cannon

City of Mustang

Ward 6: Don Mount, Katherine M. Callahan, Michael A. Niles

CLEVELAND COUNTY

Moore Schools

Office 1: Tim Moore, Jamey Allen

Proposition 1: $23.7 million for classroom additions at three elementary schools; additions and improvements to classrooms, gyms, fields, stadiums at three high schools; purchase of educational materials, new audiovisual systems for elementary schools; and vehicle maintenance

Proposition 2: $6.75 million to acquire and install computers, software, SmartBoards and child nutrition equipment.

Proposition 3: $3.6 million to purchase school buses, vans and transportation-related equipment such as surveillance systems.

Norman Schools

Office 1: Julie Raadschelders, Jim Gasso, Paul Maus

Gordon Cooper Tech Center

Office 3: Gary Crain, Ernest R. Clark

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