Rush Springs Public Schools is seeking renovations for its campus with a $3.9 million bond on the Jan. 14 ballot.
Funds would cover several improvements for the school in the areas of security and remodeling the auditorium as well as installing new track and field facilities.
According to the school's website, security will be improved through access control, security cameras, fencing and a monitoring system. Security entry vestibules will be added to the elementary and high school.
The auditorium will be renovated with new seating, flooring, paint, ceilings, lighting, a new sound system and the bathrooms will be upgraded as well. The auditorium will also benefit from added security via cameras and an access control system.
For athletics, a new, all weather track will be added to the football field. The school also plans to make improvements to paving and parking.
Early voting will take place at the Grady County Election Board Office on Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Election Day is Jan. 14 and polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Voters may look up their polling place, verify registration or view a sample ballot using the Online Voter Tool at www.elections.ok.gov.