Positive Tomorrows, Oklahoma’s only elementary school specifically serving homeless children, recently broke ground on a new facility and announced it has met its Building Success Campaign goal of $10.2 million raised from the community. An additional $5 million received in New Market Tax Credits will bring the final project total to $15 million. The new facility will more than double the school’s capacity and expand grade levels served.
The new facility, located at 901. N. Villa, will be over 30,000 sq. ft. and will have space to serve students ages birth through 8th grade. It will include a gymnasium, open commons area, library, spaces for art and music, a special education classroom, and a storm shelter. Positive Tomorrows plans to move into the facility and begin school in Fall of 2019.