School Storm Shelters: Shocking Truth

There’s hot controversy in the state of Oklahoma this year, maybe more than any other, as school PTAs, students, teachers, and even some politicians are pushing for new legislation for mandatory school storm shelters throughout the state. Unfortunately, recent tax cuts have left these people standing in the dust–afraid of the next tornado season.

They wonder, “How many more children must die before school storm shelters are taken seriously?

With tornadoes as recent as the one that struck Moore, Oklahoma in 2013, which took out a couple of schools.  The tornado caused 24 deaths and approximately 212 injuries. Its no wonder parents of school-age children are consumed.  And since tornadoes are so unpredictable, schools are wanting a solution where they can protect the children at a moments notice.

above ground Community or school Storm Shelters
Recently installed Community Storm Shelter ready for tornado season makes for great school storm shelters.
above ground community shelter transitional style great for school storm shelters
A recently installed above ground community shelter transitional style would be beneficial as school storm shelters.

Survive-a-Storm builds underground and above ground community safe rooms, which would be a simple and relatively inexpensive way for the leaders of the State of Oklahoma to provide school storm shelters all throughout their state.  What is leaving parents puzzled is the seeming lack of concern from the government.  The idea of leaving schools vulnerable instead of working to providing a solution seems incredulous.  Especially when a company like Survive-a-Storm has the best solution available. on the market.

below ground community shelter
Below ground community shelter is an option for Oklahoma schools.

We have a variety of storm shelters available, and can accommodate any size school.  We also have above ground, below ground, and transitional style models to choose from.  If you are a parent, and are concerned about the safety of your school-age children, then give our information to your school system so we can discuss how we may be able to help.If you would like to know more about how we can help, give us a call today at 888-360-1492.

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