Health department seeks input for programming at Sequoyah, Oakridge schools

By K.S. McNuttStaff writer kmcnutt@oklahoman.comNeighborhood residents anxious about what will become of Sequoyah Elementary, 2400 NW 36, after the final school bell rings aired their concerns during a town hall meeting last week.
Some were worried upcoming changes might lower property values and increase crime in the low-income neighborhood.
Sequoyah and Oakridge Elementary, in southeast Oklahoma City, are being converted into community centers operated by the Oklahoma City-County Health Department.Read more on NewsOK.com

By K.S. McNutt
Staff writer kmcnutt@oklahoman.com

Neighborhood residents anxious about what will become of Sequoyah Elementary, 2400 NW 36, after the final school bell rings aired their concerns during a town hall meeting last week.

Some were worried upcoming changes might lower property values and increase crime in the low-income neighborhood.

Sequoyah and Oakridge Elementary, in southeast Oklahoma City, are being converted into community centers operated by the Oklahoma City-County Health Department.
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