There's one more chance for the general public to hear a proposal that could transform technology and safety for Tulsa Public Schools.
The last public forum for the 2013 Smart and Secure Schools initiative happens Thursday night in east Tulsa.
The district's board of directors might soon push the bond on to voters for decision later this year.
A district spokesperson said the prospective $38 million bond would focus on improving classroom technology and infrastructure, as well as installing fire sprinklers in 11 buildings and upgrading school security systems.
Superintendent Dr. Keith Ballard said students need to be given every advantage to succeed in an increasingly digital world.
"We want to give our students every opportunity to become competent in the use of technology, as their college and career readiness will very much depend upon it," he said.
The public forum begins Thursday at 6:00pm at East Central High School 12150 E. 11th St.