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New effort to ensure Edmond schools have storm shelter moving forward

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EDMOND, Okla. – A new effort to ensure every Edmond school has a storm shelter is moving forward.

The goal is to raise around 80-Million dollars to help put shelters in all schools.

Right now, about half of all Edmond students have access to a shelter or below-ground class-room.

The schools that still need shelter protection include Clegern, Clyde Howell, Ida Freeman, John Ross, Orvis Risner, Russell Dougherty and Sunset elementary schools and Edmond Memorial High School.