Stigler Public School administrators made the case for its school bond proposal for a new elementary school in a gathering at Kiamichi Technology Center on March 8.
Keota passed two school bonds on Feb. 13, one for bus purchases and one for several different purposes.
Keota Public Schools will present two $260,000 bond proposals on the ballot on Tuesday. A special school board meeting will take place on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
Stigler's board of education set April 3 as the date for its bond election for a new grade school, a scaled-down version of the project that was voted down in September.
Residents of the Keota school district will vote on two $260,000 bond issues on Feb. 13.