Letter to all School Superintendents and Legislators

Monolithic Dome Schools – THE answer for schools in “tornado alley.”
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/topics/schools

Monolithic Dome Schools – THE answer for schools in “tornado alley.”

See: http://www.monolithic.com/topics/schools

Locust Grove is in tornado alley. The community chose Monolithic Domes because of the domes’ ability to withstand a tornado.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/feature-school-locust-grove-oklahoma

Locust Grove is in tornado alley. The community chose Monolithic Domes because of the domes’ ability to withstand a tornado.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/feature-school-locust-grove-oklahoma

Dale, Oklahoma School: In case of a tornado, this dome can shelter all of Dale’s students and staff plus a spillover of 400 to 500 community members.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/monolithic-dome-cafeteria-at-dale-oklahoma

Dale, Oklahoma School: In case of a tornado, this dome can shelter all of Dale’s students and staff plus a spillover of 400 to 500 community members.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/monolithic-dome-cafeteria-at-dale-oklahoma

Geronimo, Oklahoma — A whopping 73% of Geronimo’s voters passed a $5.7 million bond, $4 million of which was slated for the construction of five Monolithic Domes.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/geronimo-bond-passed

Geronimo, Oklahoma — A whopping 73% of Geronimo’s voters passed a $5.7 million bond, $4 million of which was slated for the construction of five Monolithic Domes.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/geronimo-bond-passed

Locust Grove, Oklahoma is a small community with just 1,200 residents. But in 2007, they passed a bond to add Monolithic Domes to their campus.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/feature-school-locust-grove-oklahoma

Locust Grove, Oklahoma is a small community with just 1,200 residents. But in 2007, they passed a bond to add Monolithic Domes to their campus.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/feature-school-locust-grove-oklahoma

The Muscogee (Creek) Nation recently had a grand opening for its new $4 million Monolithic Dome multipurpose facility in Okmulgee, Oklahoma.
  The 20,000-square-foot facility, which is adjacent to the existing sports complex, includes spectator seating, classrooms, concessions and several multi-use areas. It will be used for the many events the Muscogee (Creek) Nation hosts each year to share and preserve the tribe’s tribal identity.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/topics/muscogee-nation

The Muscogee (Creek) Nation recently had a grand opening for its new $4 million Monolithic Dome multipurpose facility in Okmulgee, Oklahoma.

The 20,000-square-foot facility, which is adjacent to the existing sports complex, includes spectator seating, classrooms, concessions and several multi-use areas. It will be used for the many events the Muscogee (Creek) Nation hosts each year to share and preserve the tribe’s tribal identity.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/topics/muscogee-nation

In 2011, construction began on Locust Grove’s new elementary school – a complex of five, interconnected Monolithic Domes designed by Architect Lee Gray of Salt Lake City, Utah.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/feature-school-locust-grove-oklahoma

In 2011, construction began on Locust Grove’s new elementary school – a complex of five, interconnected Monolithic Domes designed by Architect Lee Gray of Salt Lake City, Utah.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/feature-school-locust-grove-oklahoma

Beggs, Oklahoma Event Center — Beggs built two Monolithic Domes: A 160’ diameter gymnasium/event center built on a 24’ Orion wall; a 112’ diameter dome on a 12’ Orion wall that provides nine additional classrooms, offices and a student commons area.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/beggshighschool

Beggs, Oklahoma Event Center — Beggs built two Monolithic Domes: A 160’ diameter gymnasium/event center built on a 24’ Orion wall; a 112’ diameter dome on a 12’ Orion wall that provides nine additional classrooms, offices and a student commons area.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/beggshighschool

Texhoma School District — It serves approximately 500 students, in prekindergarten through grade 12, and now has a new Monolithic Dome facility for students in grades 5 through 12.
  See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/texhomas-showplace-a-new-monolithic-dome-school

Texhoma School District — It serves approximately 500 students, in prekindergarten through grade 12, and now has a new Monolithic Dome facility for students in grades 5 through 12.

See: http://www.monolithic.com/stories/texhomas-showplace-a-new-monolithic-dome-school