Tulsa Public School board members will soon be voting on a $415 million school bond.
Board members would like to have the bond approved so that it can be presented to voters on the ballot in March, a Tulsa ABC news affiliate reported.
Among the recommendations presented to the board for the bond proposal are monies to provide computer access to every student in the district whether by desktop, laptop or tablet.
In addition, if approved, funding would also be allotted for a new facility focused on STEM curriculum—Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Building improvements to many schools to do away with pre-fab classrooms and to incorporate storm shelters in 19 schools are also among the recommendations.