School board approves new Tonganoxie Performing Arts Center sound system, special-needs vehicle
The Tonganoxie Performing Arts Center sound system will get upgrades to the tune of nearly $20,000.
The board approved, 6-0, sound systems improvements of $19,900 to replace borken, failing and out-of-compliance equipment, according to Tonya Phillips, interim superintendent.
The auditorium, part of high school renovations approved through a 2004 bond issue, opened in 2007.
Board members also unanimously approved a wheelchair lift van from Shawnee Mission Ford for $35,670. The van will be used for the Tonganoxie Basehor-Linwood Special Education Pathways program and will be property of Tonganoxie USD 464.
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