Interview with Claremore Superintendent Bryan Frazier

STRONGER SCHOOLS – STRONGER COMMUNITY

NO NEW TAXES – The Claremore Public School Board of Education unanimously approved a bond resolution with two bond propositions for the March 5th ballot. Proposition I in the amount of $39,475.000.00 for building and Proposition II in the amount of $2,000,000.00 for transportation were based on a series of site and department assessments, community focus groups and a staff survey.

WHO CAN VOTE?

All persons residing in the Claremore Public School District Boundary that are 18 years old and registered to vote by February 8, 2019 are eligible to vote. This is important, not all persons that have students enrolled in Claremore Public Schools can vote. ONLY those that LIVE in the Claremore Public School District. We have many students that attend from Justus-Tiawah and we are fortunate to have them, however, they do not pay taxes into our school district and therefore cannot vote if they live outside our district boundaries.

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