Crooked Oak School goes ahead with safe rooms
OKLAHOMA CITY — The high school building at Crooked Oak was built in the early ’60s and has been deteriorating for some time.
District patrons recently approved a bond giving the school seven million dollars to fund the building of a new high school.
The building will have all new technology that was not available in the old building, as well as a brand new safe room for times when severe weather poses a threat.
The school is expected to be complete by the end of next December and the safe room will have enough space to hold all high school students and staff.
- 'I blame both sides,' Oklahoma militia members join fight against feds
- Land Run reenactment takes a dangerous turn at Mustang elementary school
- A mother's love: Mom bites off dog's ear to save 2-year-old daughter in Pit Bull attack
- Biological mother wants adopted son back from powerful family