The Norman Transcript


June 7, 2014

Regular board meeting set for Monday

NORMAN — The Norman Public Schools Board of Education will conduct a regular school board meeting at 5 p.m. Monday at the Administrative Services Center, 131 S Flood Ave.

The board will review purchase requests, a certified personnel report, a support personnel report and student/parent open transfer requests.

Additionally, the board will: 1) vote to award the construction contract for reroofing projects at Roosevelt, Washington and Truman Elementary Schools, projects from the 2014 bond issue; and 2) vote whether to adopt a resolution stating reasons for awarding the construction contract to other than the lowest bidder, in accordance with the provisions of Section 117 of the Public Competitive Bidding Act of 1974.

Next the board will vote on the purchase of 30 Apple iPads with retina display for Special Services and a revision to BOE police No. 4002 related to student behavior and discipline.

Two grants totaling $58,100 from Sonic Corp., that were awarded to NPS, will be recognized at the meeting.

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