Moore Public Schools Making Changes To Severe Weather Procedures
As severe weather season officially begins in Oklahoma, Moore Public Schools has announced changes to its severe weather procedures.
Storm shelter construction is in progress for the district, but 9 schools remain without the safety of a storm shelter.
The district sent a release to parents and guardians to inform them of the procedure changes, stating that the students and staff at these 9 schools will be bussed to other campuses with storm shelters if weather becomes severe enough, or a tornado watch is issued.
The schools impacted are: Apple Creek Elementary, Heritage Trails Elementary, Houchin Elementary, Oakridge Elementary, Santa Fe Elementary, Sooner Elementary, Wayland Bonds Elementary, Southmoore High School and VISTA.
The table below indicates where each school will be transported to in the event of severe weather:
If a tornado warning is issued the schools will begin transporting students to the designated locations.
Parents will pick up their children from these sites.