Moore Superintendent: ‘We will have school in August’

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MOORE, Okla. – Governor Mary Fallin said residents can return to their property to collect their belongings and what is salvageable and also start removing minor debris from their property.

Gov. Fallin said residents with small debris can start moving it to the curb and it will be picked up.

Moore Schools Superintendent Susan Pierce echoed her message of recovery and hope.

Pierce said Thursday during the new conference, “We will rebuild and we will reopen and we will have school in August.”

School is out for the year in Moore but students met Thursday morning to collect their belongings.

Pierce said they have no plans to clean out the schools or get rid of students’ belongings so if they couldn’t make it Thursday, that is OK.

Moore schools is setting up a command center at Moore High School.

They will have daily briefings on the updates and progress.

Pierce said you can reach them with questions at (405) 735 4200.

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