Jrod saw this on Facebook, and wanted to share with everyone. Not sure who put this together, but let us know so we can give you credit for this awesome poem.
(Expressway and Hefner Parkway)
(Covell and Kelly in Edmond)
People across the state were calling us, and we look out of our studio window and there it is. The rainbow in the middle of a thunder storm. Is it a good sign for the tornado victims?? Maybe. But we'll take any little bit of love at this time.
Moore Public Schools have cancelled the remainder of the school year.
Students will be allowed to pick up items and meet with teachers at their school Thursday, May 23rd from 10a-noon, except for the following:
Students from Briarwood Elementary will meet at Wayland Bonds Elementary
Students from Plaza Towers Elementary will meet at East Lake Elementary
Students from Highland East Jr. High will meet Friday from 10a-noon at Moore High School in the commons area.
Other Moore Public Schools info can be found HERE
We are taking calls about people and their heros from the May 20th storm that hit Moore Oklahoma. There are a lot of stories coming in and people are doing their part to help their fellow man.
-We had a mother call in about the Agapeland Learning center in Moore that was right next to the 7 Eleven that got demolished. A teacher at the learning center actually grabbed a little girls leg and kept her from gettting sucked into the tornado. But now, after the storm has passed, all of the teachers have lost their jobs (destroyed in the tornado), cars, and most lived right close to the learning center. So they've set up a fund at BOK that they posted on their Facebook page where you can donate to help the few that saved so many. Get that link....CLICK HERE
-Another story we had was about Cheri Price, 2nd grade teacher from Townsend Elementary. There is a Facebook page where her picture has turned up. The facebook page is desigend for the people of Moore and the surrounding areas who find pictures of from Monday's tragic storm, they say if you find some pictures you need to upload them to this facebook page so the owners can get their pictures back. Get that link to their Facebook page....CLICK HERE
We want to hear more of your hero stories. You can share them below in our comments section.
Oklahoma Lawyers Care offers free assistance to those affected by the recent tornado. Hotlines have been set up to answer your questions. Please call 1-855-205-0083 or 405-359-4286 to talk to an Oklahoma lawyer and find answers to important questions in this time of need.
Lawyers have already started taking calls and answering questions. If you know of anyone that needs legal assistance, please let them know about Oklahoma Lawyers Care.