Voters in the Jenks and Union school districts went to the polls Tuesday and approved school bond issues. Voters overwhelmingly passed an $11.5-million bond package for the Jenks District. The money will be used to buy new textbooks, new school buses and to make the classrooms a little nicer. Just a year ago, Jenks voters approved a $10.4-million bond package, barely passing with 61-percent of the vote. Meanwhile, Union District voters approved $20.4-million in bonds. That money will be used to expand the 6th and 7th Grade Center, including money to buy new computers and to maintain parking lots and replace the running track for high school students.