(KTEN) — Tuesday is another busy special election day in Oklahoma.

There are a number of school board seats up for grabs, with a few propositions sprinkled in as well.

In both Dickson and Byng districts, bonds are on the ballot.

Dickson Public Schools won approval from voters for a $12.8 million bond package to construct a new field house and to renovate and expand the ag barn. There is no tax increase associated with the proposition, and 78 percent of those who cast a ballot said "yes."

Voters in the Byng Public Schools district gave the go-ahead for two bond propositions with a combined total of $29.4 million.

"It'll be used to build a safe room that includes a band room, two band rooms, and a weight room, new ag facilities — agriculture education facilities that will have three classrooms in it — and then a new track, new tennis courts and a new field house," said Byng Superintendent Kevin Wilson.