Tornado damage to schools in the Cleveland County system could affect more than 2,400 students.
The 500-student Kelly Elementary School, 1900 N Janeway, was "75 percent gone," Bonds said.
Westmoore High School, 12635 S Western, sustained severe structural damage and lost its roof. Windows campuswide were blown out, he said.
More than 200 vehicles in the Westmoore parking lot also were destroyed.
Kelly and Westmoore, with its 1,900 students, probably will be closed for the remainder of the academic year, which ends May 20.
Kelly students could be relocated to other elementary schools in Moore, "but if we can't use Westmoore, we've got a major problem," the superintendent said. "There isn't room at Moore High School for the Westmoore students.
"We'll assess the situation in the morning, and we'll talk with officials of the state Department of Education to see what options we have," Bonds said.
Tuesday night, hundreds of people were at Westmoore for a West Junior High School awards ceremony and a Westmoore drama class rehearsal. Two injuries were reported at Westmoore.
The area around Westmoore "looked like a bulldozer went through and just turned everything over," Moore teacher Kyle Dahlem said.
Moore's Technology Center, where workers maintain and repair the district's computers and high-tech educational tools, was a total loss.
Bonds said four Moore schools were open Tuesday night and will remain open as shelters for displaced Moore residents.
Those schools are Bryant Elementary School, 9400 S Bryant; Earlywine Elementary School, 12800 S May; Central Junior High School, 400 N Broadway; and Moore High School, 400 N Eastern.
One injured Moore school employee was Charlotte Jefferies, whose Eastlake patio home was destroyed.
A widow for 11 years, Jefferies is language coordinator for the Moore district. She and her cocker spaniel, Poppy, were pulled by other neighbors from the rubble of her home.
"It's gone. It's all gone. I don't know what you can do in a situation like this!
"When the house went, I choked on insulation," Jefferies said. A sofa landed on
top of her. "I have a strong need to go
back, but I know that there is nothing
there," she said from Graceway Baptist
Church, 1100 SW 104.
Staff writer Clytie Bunyan contributed to this report.