IT HASN'T EVEN BEEN 40 DAYS SINCE A TORNADO RIPPED
ITS WAY THROUGH VERONA.
THAT EF-3 STORM PUNISHING COUNTRY VIEW ELEMENTARY
WHICH THANKS TO SOME QUICK WORK.
NOW HAS BACK TO SCHOOL TIME.
it blew the walls in, it blew the roof off the roof
trusses were caved in, everything was demolished in
this part rigth here.
IT'S TAKEN NONSTOP WORK.
TO PUT VERONA'S COUNTRY VIEW ELEMENTARY .
and it has to be so orchestrated because of all the
subs, so we're very pleased.
WITH FINDORFF WORKERS HAMMERING AWAY.
THEY ARE FIXING EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.
FROM THE JUNE 17TH TWISTER.
INCLUDING CAVED IN CLASSROOMS.
410 this has been the area where they have been working
the hardest and you can see now it's completely under
And they're in the process of putting back the walls,
and all the HVAC and electrical so it's really moved
along quite rapidly
SLAMMED WITH DEBRIS IN THE STORM.
HAVE BEEN REPLACED.
..AND SHINY NEW HARDWOODS.
ARE GOING DOWN IN THE GYM.
something very big and heavy hit that end of the roof
and dented it, I mean visibly.
so a lot of water damage happened over there in that
so when you get water on a wood floor even if it 's
a little water for a little amount of time it starts
so we had to replace this whole gym floor.
WELL ON TRACK.
TO WELCOME IN STUDENTS.
IN JUST 40 MORE DAYS.
A CENTERPIECE OF THE COMMUNITY.
you kinda don't remember how important a school is
to a community and something like this really solidifies
GORRELL SAYS THEY ARE ON TRACK.
FOR STUDENTS TO RETURN SEPTEMBER 2ND.
AND EVEN A LITTLE EARLIER, FOR THOSE TEACHERS.
TO GET THEIR THINGS, BACK IN CLASSROOMS.