2020.08.12.20 COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

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OKLAHOMA AERONAUTICS COMMISSION MEETING
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2020, AT 10 AM
VIDEOCONFERENCE AND TELECONFERENCE
AGENDA
1. ANNOUNCEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE OPEN MEETING ACT, FILING OF MEETING NOTICE, AND POSTING OF THE AGENDA — Chairman Dave Amis, III; Victor Bird, Director
Pursuant to the Open Meeting Act, as amended by Senate Bill 661, this meeting shall be held by way of videoconference and teleconference. There will be no physical site for this meeting. Commissioners will participate in the meeting by videoconference and in the event of a failure by teleconference. The participating Commissioners are:
Kevin Potter (Congressional District 1)
David Conway (Congressional District 2)
Lindy Ritz (Congressional District 4)
Dave Amis (Congressional District 5)
James Putnam (At-large)
Jerry Hunter (At-large)
There will be two options for the public to access this meeting: 1) Internet link to the video connection (Zoom meeting) and 2) a muted public access teleconference number. Please see options below for public access to this meeting.
The public access will be monitored by the Commission to ensure that if the audio connection of any Commissioner is lost or interrupted, the meeting will be stopped and not resumed until an audio connection is restored. In such a circumstance, if the audio connection is not restored within thirty (30) minutes, the meeting will be adjourned and shall be reconvened at 1:30 pm on August 12, 2020. If an audio connection cannot be restored at that time, the meeting shall be reconvened on August 13, 2020 at 10:00 am. If the audio connection is not restored at this time within 30 minutes, there will be another attempt to reconvene the meeting at 1:30 pm, on August 13, 2020. This pattern will repeat until an audio connection is restored. This meeting shall be electronically recorded.
The public may access this meeting by way of the following:
Online: https://odot.zoom.us/j/99902314966?pwd=UzhaS0t2UVhKQW1SMkxqUzNZaklOUT09
Meeting ID: 999 0231 4966
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Phone: +1-408-638-0968; Meeting ID: 999 0231 4966; Password: 20200812
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The public may access the meeting agenda and materials relied upon by the Commissioners at: www.oac.ok.gov
2. CALL TO ORDER AND RECORDING OF MEMBERS PRESENT AND ABSENT — Chairman Dave Amis, III and Andrea Post, Executive Assistant to Director Bird
3. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE AERONAUTICS COMMISSION MEETING FROM MAY 20, 2020 — Chairman Dave Amis, III and Andrea Post
Action Required
4. NEW AVIATION PROGRAM MANAGER – Victor Bird, Director
Commissioners will be informed regarding the agency’s new Aviation Program Manager, Thomas Galloway, who started with the Commission on 6/29/2020.
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5. NEW AVIATION AND AEROSPACE EDUCATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR – Director Bird
Commissioners will be informed regarding the agency’s new Aviation and Aerospace Education Program Coordinator, Paula Kedy, who started with the Commission on 6/1/2020.
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6. AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION GRANT PROGRAM CONSENT DOCKET — Grayson Ardies, Deputy Director Any Commissioner may request that any or all of these items be considered individually.
A. The Commission will consider approving the design costs for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Airport Construction Program at El Reno Regional Airport. The project consists of constructing a new terminal building. The estimated cost of the design phase of the project is $139,310 and will be funded with $69,655 of state grant funds and $69,655 of sponsor matching funds.
B. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Airport Construction Program at Cordell Municipal Airport. The project consists of a crack seal and seal coat of the runway pavement, installing new LED PAPI’s and a flight inspection. Based on bids, the total project cost is $374,073.12 and will be funded with $299,999 of federal grant funds, $38,702 of state grant funds and $35,372.12 of sponsor matching funds. An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application.
C. The Commission will consider approving a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Airport Construction Program at Fountainhead Lodge Airpark. The project consists of a crack seal and seal coat of the airport pavements. Based on bids, the total project cost is $212,013.85 and will be funded with $190,812 of federal grant funds and $21,201.85 of state grant funds. An approval is contingent upon the Commission executing a contract with the selected vendor through OMES Construction and Properties Division.
D. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Airport Construction Program at Miami
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Regional Airport. The project consists of rehabilitating the runway and taxiway pavements. Based on bids, the total project cost is $675,889 and will be funded with $451,730 of federal grant funds, $212,951 of state grant funds and $11,208 of sponsor matching funds. An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application.
E. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Airport Construction Program at Okeene Christman Airfield. The project consists of a crack seal and seal coat of the runway, connecting taxiway and apron pavements. Based on bids, the total project cost is $360,328.74 and will be funded with $299,999 of federal grant funds, $25,646 of state grant funds and $34,684 of sponsor matching funds. An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application.
F. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Airport Construction Program at Pryor Mid-America Industrial Airport. The project consists of rehabilitating the existing taxiway and apron pavements and replacing the taxiway lighting system. Based on bids, the total project cost is $490,608 and will be funded with $466,077 of state grant funds and $24,531 of sponsor matching funds. An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application.
G. The Commission will consider approving a state grant for a project that is currently identified in the Commission’s approved Airport Construction Program at Waynoka Municipal Airport. The project consists of a rehabilitating the runway, connector taxiway and apron pavements. Based on bids, the total project cost is $405,352.66 and will be funded with $299,999 of federal grant funds, $68,419 of state grant funds and $36,935 of sponsor matching funds. An approval is contingent upon the Commission receiving an acceptable grant application.
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7. AEROSPACE AND AVIATION EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM CONSENT DOCKET—Paula Kedy, Aviation and Aerospace Education Program Coordinator Any Commissioner may request that any or all of these items be considered individually.
The Commission will consider approving state aviation grant and contract applications for the FY21 Aerospace and Aviation Education Grant Program.
A. Ada City School District: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Ada City School District for the program "Gaining Altitude: The Sky is Not the Limit." This district-wide aviation program is designed to build necessary skills in science, technology, engineering and math through hands-on activities and flight simulation at the aviation laboratories on the Ada High School and Ada Junior High School campuses. The goal of the program is to ensure that all District students are aware that STEM skills acquired can lead to high-demand careers in the field of aviation. It is estimated that 2,600 students will participate. The requested amount is $33,705; staff recommendation is for $25,000.
B. Alva High School: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Alva High School for the “Aeronautics & Technology” program, which is beginning its second year. The program goal is to provide project-based learning about the history
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of flight, principles of flight, preparation for the FAA Remote Pilot Certificate/drones, rocketry, hot air balloons, aircraft accident investigation, and careers in aviation & aerospace. It is estimated that 30 students will participate. The requested amount is $3,458; staff recommendation is for $2,500.
C. Atoka Elementary School: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Atoka Elementary School for “Atoka Takes Flight Part 2.” The program will expose students to careers in aviation and aerospace and provide hands-on, STEM-based projects and activities to increase aviation and science literacy. The program promotes the Oklahoma state Standards of Science and Next Generation Science Standards that focus on the principles of flight. It is estimated that 400 students will participate. The requested amount is $2,691.25; staff recommendation is for $2,000.
D. Bishop John Carroll Cathedral School: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Bishop John Carroll Cathedral School for the “Eagle Electives” 6 – 8 grade Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics program, which will include implementing aviation, aerospace and aeronautic engineering to devise flight plants, coding flight plans, and testing technology-based flight drones against more primitively-designed flight gliders. It is estimated that 60 students will participate. The requested amount is $1,107.45; staff recommendation is for $1,100.
E. Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County for the “Unidentified Flying Objective” high school program and “Pre-Flight” middle school program. Curriculum will address essential theory and design concepts of today’s UAV technology and problem-solving activities aimed at enhancing understanding. It is estimated that 300 students will participate. The requested amount is $65,000; staff recommendation is for $15,000.
F. Cameron University: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Cameron University for a 5-day “Aerospace Engineering & Applied Math Summer Academy” that will include an introduction to the principles of aerospace engineering and mathematics through activities such as building rockets and a trip to the Oklahoma Science Museum. It is estimated that 12 students will participate. The requested amount is $5,471; staff recommendation is for $1,500.
G. Class Matters: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Class Matters for a 16-week, weekly one-hour web conference called “STEAM 405”. The program includes use of virtual flight simulators, 3D printer COVID-19 relief design challenges, and independent building and design challenges to explore the aviation and aerospace industry. It is estimated that 65 students will participate. The requested amount is $7,681; staff recommendation is for $2,700.
H. Davenport Public Schools: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Davenport Public Schools “Flight School” program. The goal of the program is to familiarize students with policies and procedures related to the safe operation of aircraft and prepare them to pass the FAA Private Pilot computer-based knowledge exam, along with developing practical flight skills to log toward the Private Pilot flight training requirements. Davenport Public Schools has been approved to use the AOPA High School Aviation STEM 9th and 10th Grade Curriculum. It is estimated that 40
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students will participate. The requested amount is $13,262.99; staff recommendation is for $8,000.
I. Dove Science Academy High School: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Dove Science Academy High School for flight simulators for a High School Aviation Lab. The program goals are to provide hands-on experience that incorporates aerospace fundamentals in all core content and to encourage career options in aerospace and aviation. It is estimated that 345 students will participate. The requested amount is $19,900; staff recommendation is for $6,650.
J. El Reno Regional Airport: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for El Reno Regional Airport for the two-day “RQO Aviation and Awareness Discovery Camp.” This camp includes the teaching of fundamental flight principles through Sooner-Flight, airplane rides through EAA, and exposure to aviation history, airport engineering, A&P maintenance, avionics and how to become a pilot. It is estimated that 20 students will participate. The requested amount is $2,300; staff recommendation is for $2,300.
K. For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics: The Commission will consider approving an education contract for the Oklahoma Regional FIRST Robotics Competitions in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. More than 2,000 students in grades 7-12 will compete in the event. Students are required to use STEM principles to design and build their robots to deal with outer space activities following this year’s theme of “Star Wars: Force for Change”. Various Oklahoma aerospace companies as well as Tinker Air Force Base will mentor and/or assist in sponsorship of FIRST Robotics teams. The requested amount is $7,500; staff recommendation is for $7,500.
L. Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma: The Commission will consider approving a grant for Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma to send twenty girls grades 4 – 8 and four adults to the three-day, two-night Pathfinder Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama. The attendees will have the opportunity to build model rockets, train like an astronaut, and work in mission control or launch as part of the flight crew on a simulated space mission. The requested amount is $5,115.50; staff is recommending $2,500.
M. Gordon Cooper Technology Center: The Commission will consider approving a grant for Gordon Cooper Technology Center’s “STEM & Aerospace Summer Camp.” The goal of this 5-day camp (which will be offered twice) is to increase awareness of STEM activities and how they blend with aerospace through teaching of Newton’s law, aerospace physics, emphasizing technical skill development, and exposure to career opportunities. It is estimated that 60 students will participate. The requested amount is $5,000; staff is recommending $3,000.
N. Grand Aces Aviation Ground School: The Commission will consider approving a grant for Grand Aces Aviation Ground School to award 6 scholarships to young adults ages 17 to 24 and for each student to gain knowledge of aviation and prepare to pass the FAA written pilot exam and to prepare for the private pilot flight training through mentorship by a professional pilot and study of the Complete Private Pilot Syllabus and the Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge. The requested amount is $3,525; staff is recommending $1,750.
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O. Guthrie Edmond Regional Airport: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Guthrie Edmond Regional Airport (GOK) Educational Events. This includes hands-on STEM Booths: four forces of flight; building paper airplanes & styrogliders, learning parts of the airplane and what those parts do to control the aircraft and building and launching rockets. Approximately 20 students will be served. The requested amount is $1,300; staff recommendation is for $1,150.
P. KISS Institute for Practical Robotics: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for KISS Robotics' Botball and Junior Botball Challenge. Program participants will work with cutting edge technology to solve open-ended, real world problems. The program will serve approximately 3,500 students in grades K-12. Grant funds will provide for the funding of scholarships for Botball team registrations. Scholarship priority will be given to inner city and rural schools as well as schools serving underserved populations. Participation will provide students the opportunity to be exposed to systems engineering, presentation, and project management. The requested amount is $10,500; staff recommendation is for $7,500.
Q. McAlester High School: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Aerospace and Engineering class. The class aims to prepare students to take the Private Pilot and Part 107 Remote Pilot certification written test. Students will get exposure to the aviation/aerospace industry as a whole, from the history of aviation to flight simulator experience. It is estimated 50 students will benefit from this program. The requested amount is $5,792.28; staff recommendation is for $5,000.
R. MetroTechnology Center and the FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center: The Commission will consider approving a grant for Metro Technology Center’s 2021 Aviation Career Exploration (ACE) Camp program. The goal of the ACE camp is to expose 7th and 8th grade students to careers available within the aerospace industry. Using a STEM curriculum, students will gain an understanding of the history of aviation and aerospace, learn how to identify the various parts of an airplane, and be provided an orientation flight to experience the principles of flight first-hand. It is estimated that 50 students will participate. The requested amount is $24,475; staff recommendation is for $13,250.
S. MetroTechnology Center STEM Mobile Lab: The Commission will consider approving a grant for MetroTech for the MetroTech 2U Mobile STEM Lab. The Mobile STEM Lab will seek out opportunities to provide free training in STEM and aerospace-related curriculum to students grades 6 through 12 at Oklahoma high schools and special events through 2021, and will include curriculum related to the basic principles of flight, computer programming languages, weather, reading aeronautical charts, and related career options. It is estimated that 1,000 students will participate. The requested amount is $22,568.85; staff recommendation is for $10,000.
T. Mid-Del Technology Center: The Commission will consider approving a grant for Mid-Del Technology Center for enhancing the “Aircraft Structures & Heavy Maintenance” course. The course curriculum mirrors the general FAA Part 147 Airframe & PowerPlant school with focus on electrical, sheet metal & composites. It is estimated that 30 students will participate. The requested amount is $7,110; staff recommendation is for $4,000.
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U. Mustang High School: The Commission will consider approving a grant for Mustang High School to be used to purchase a quality flight simulator for use with the AOPA High School STEM Curriculum and to prepare students to pass the FAA written private pilot exam before finding a flight school to pursue a private pilot’s certificate. It is estimated that 60 students will benefit. The requested amount is $5,475; staff recommendation is for $5,000.
V. Newspaper in Education Institute – The Oklahoman: The Commission will consider approving an education contract for The Oklahoman to produce a newspaper insert and workbook entitled "Soaring Oklahoma: Aerospace and Defense." The insert and workbook will be used by students and teachers throughout the state and will include aerospace and aviation curriculum and careers information. Eight lesson plans will be published digitally and in The Oklahoman Newspaper and delivered in classroom sets to registered teachers. The program will reach approximately 150,000 students. The requested amount is $5,000; staff recommendation is for $5,000.
W. Oilton Public Schools: The Commission will consider approving a grant for Oilton Public School District’s “OHS Drone Adventures” elective course for juniors and seniors. The 90-hour course will teach students to fly drones and prepare them for the FAA Unmanned Commercial Pilot certification. It is estimated the program will reach 15 - 20 students. The requested amount is $3,000; staff recommendation is for $3,000.
X. Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation: The Commission will consider approving a grant for the Oklahoma Education and Industry Partnership (OEIP). OEIP is designed to connect education to industry with the goal of creating a better educated and motivated workforce. It is estimated that 300 Oklahoma 5th-12th grade STEM teachers, counselors and administrators will attend industry tours, listen to speakers from industry and education, and attend educational workshops at four OEIP sites statewide, with three of these having aerospace as their primary focus. Approximately 15,000 students will be served. The requested amount is $10,000; staff recommendation is for $10,000.
Y. Oklahoma Engineering Foundation, Inc.: The Commission will consider approving a grant for the Engineering Foundation’s “OEF Engineering Fair.” This event introduces students to the world of engineering, project management, innovation and robotics - all fundamental elements of aviation education. Students are given the opportunity to build, create, innovate, and engineer projects. The “MATHCOUNTS” Program builds crucial math skills necessary for future aviation careers. It is estimated 1,800 - 2,000 students will participate. The requested amount is $10,000; staff recommendation is for $5,000.
Z. Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics Foundation: The Commission will consider approving a grant for OSSM Middle School’s Summer Math & Science Workshop expansion. The program already includes four one-day math workshops and three one-day science workshops focusing on STEM careers in aviation/aerospace industries in Oklahoma. The expansion will include an additional eight one-day workshops, and is expected that 160 middle-school students will now be able to participate. The requested amount is $2,500; staff recommendation is $1,500.
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AA. Oklahoma Science and Engineering Foundation: The Commission will consider approving an education contract for the Oklahoma Engineering Foundation FIRST LEGO League. Students will explore a variety of subject areas as they develop their innovative solutions to the problems that they identify for the seasonal topic. These areas may include gravity, materials science, control systems, thermodynamics, propulsion, and navigation which are all topics studied by aerospace engineers. The program will reach an estimated 1,700 students. The requested amount is $5,000; staff recommendation is for $5,000.
BB. Oklahoma State University: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Oklahoma State University’s “Speedfest” program. Speedfest, now in its 11th year, is an exciting, high-speed aircraft design / build / fly competition which is intended to foster enthusiasm for aviation and STEM in general. There are two flight competition classes. Alpha Class is the advanced class which is for collegiate-level teams. India Class is the Invitational class which consists of high school teams, and teams of K-12 teachers formed from across the state of Oklahoma. The program will reach an estimated 200 students and 50 teachers. The requested amount is $15,000; staff recommendation is for $9,000.
CC. Okmulgee High School: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Okmulgee High School “Aviation Academy of Excellence” program which uses the AOPA curriculum for 4 years of aviation study. Students this year have completed the first course and will be moving into the second and third course – intro to flight, aircraft systems & performance, the flying environment, pilot pathways, and UAS operations. The program will reach an estimated 25-40 students. The requested amount is $6,310.85; staff recommendation is for $5,000.
DD. Ponca City Regional Airport: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Ponca City Regional Airport to provide students the opportunity to attend the Northern Oklahoma Flight Academy. The flight academy is an annual one-week summer aviation and aerospace education camp for middle and high school students and will be held in at the Ponca City airport. This program is in its 17th year and is established on sound math and science (STEM) concepts and hands-on interactive education with aviation and aerospace presented as a career option for students. It is estimated 32 students will attend. The requested amount is $12,060 and staff recommendation is for $8,500.
EE. Putnam City High School – Air Force JROTC: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Putnam City High School Honors Aviation program. This program challenges high school students grades 11-12 to develop their understanding of what it takes to work in an aviation related field through curriculum-based, hands-on experiences including local partnerships with Air Force Civil Air Patrol, EAA Young Eagles, AOPA, and local Air Force bases. It is estimated that 200 students will be enrolled in the class. The requested amount is $18,358.82; staff recommendation is for $12,000.
FF. Rose State College: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Rose State College's “A-XP Discovery Camps.” Rose State added two, week-long drone-specific discovery camps to their existing four week rocketry and advanced rocketry camps. The goal of the program will be to expose students to the basic
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concepts behind the development of drones and their use in industry. Rocketry camps include learning about the history of flight, laws of motion, principles of flight, Newton’s Law, Bernoulli’s Principle, classroom learning, and lab experiences, and will also expose students to career opportunities. It is estimated that 220 students will participate. The requested amount is $26,451; staff recommendation is for $13,500.
GG. Southeastern Oklahoma State University: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Southeastern's “Take Flight! Aviation Science Camp.” The week-long camp will expose 25 students to various topics within the broad fields of both aeronautics and aviation. Campers will learn about career paths in aeronautics, piloting, and aviation management, and will also explore aerodynamics, aircraft design and performance, history of flight, navigation, and weather. The requested amount is $12,000; staff recommendation is for $6,500.
HH. STARBASE Oklahoma Inc.: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for STARBASE Oklahoma Inc.'s, “Soar to New Heights with STEM & STARBASE OK” program. The program will provide hands-on, inquiry-based aerospace STEM educational enrichment to 4,500 Oklahoma 5th graders through 30 hours of instruction and STEM career days, as well as to 6th-8th grade students via STARBASE 2.0, and after school STEM mentoring program. The requested amount is $25,000; staff recommendation is for $25,000.
II. STARR Solutions – Tinker Air & Space Show: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for STARR Solutions “Tinker Air & Space Show.” This event will give young visitors and adults numerous ways to learn about the aviation and military aviation industries, including static displays and aircraft tours and hands-on experience in aircraft maintenance. 15,000 – 20,000 youth and approximately 150,000 adults are expected to attend. The requested amount is $28,000; staff recommends $28,000.
JJ. Tulsa Air and Space Museum: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for the Tulsa Air and Space Museum Flight Simulation Lab. Updates to the lab will allow visitors to experience flight simulation with virtual reality goggles, realistic controls, and linked computer missions where multiple participants can fly together or collaborate on a mission. The goal is to inspire first-time visitors to use the equipment, to challenge and grow skills for returning users, and to provide unique simulated flight experiences for individuals and groups. The requested amount is $28,468; staff recommends $10,000.
KK. Tulsa Community WorkAdvance: The Commission will consider approving an education grant for Tulsa Community WorkAdvance. Tulsa Community WorkAdvance (TCW) is a unique program that is proven to bridge the skills gap in Tulsa's aerospace and advanced manufacturing sectors. TCW's goal is to bridge the skills gap to drive economic growth and provide a pipeline of skilled workers to area employers while simultaneously increasing postsecondary credentials, technical skills, soft skills, and employment for low-income Tulsans in order to break the cycle of poverty. The program is estimated to serve 40 adult students. The requested amount is $30,812; staff recommendation is for $15,000.
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LL.University of Oklahoma – Sooner Flight Academy: The Commission will considerapproving an education grant for the OU Sooner Flight Academy Summer Camp. Thiscamp focuses on hands-on learning opportunities via navigator and intern facilitationof activities, demos, and experiments as well as small group projects that incorporatecentral themes of aviation and STEM. The University of Oklahoma Sooner FlightAcademy (SFA) desires to provide opportunities for learners of all ages to develop alove for aviation, to learn about the science and math of flight through hand-onexperiences, and to set the stage for life-long contributions to Oklahoma aviation andother STEM career fields. Approximately 500 students will participate. The requestedamount is $49,000; staff recommendation is for $46,000.
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8.CONCLUDING REMARKS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS — Director Bird andCommissioners
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9.ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEXT MEETING — Chairman Dave Amis, III
The Commission will announce the date, time and place for the next Commission meeting.
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10.NEW BUSINESS (“any matter not known about or which could not be reasonablyforeseen 24 hours before the meeting”)
11.ADJOURNMENT
Action Required This public notice/agenda was posted on the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission website on August 11, 2020 at 9:00 am and emailed to those requesting it in compliance with the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act as amended by Senate Bill 661.
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