Large windows at either end of the main corridor and clerestory windows along the ceiling provide ample light but not good shelter during severe weather. School officials had to find rooms with no windows to designate as “safe rooms” during tornadoes.
Large windows at either end of the main corridor and clerestory windows along the ceiling provide ample light but not good shelter during severe weather. School officials had to find rooms with no windows to designate as “safe rooms” during tornadoes. RODGER MALLISON STAR-TELEGRAM/RODGER MALLISON
Large windows at either end of the main corridor and clerestory windows along the ceiling provide ample light but not good shelter during severe weather. School officials had to find rooms with no windows to designate as “safe rooms” during tornadoes. RODGER MALLISON STAR-TELEGRAM/RODGER MALLISON

Here’s how Keller’s Timber Creek high became the first ‘Storm Ready’ school in Texas

July 19, 2017 2:36 PM