After Tuesday night's storms an area elementary school will be working extra hard to get ready for the first day of school. Tuesday night a large section of Richardsville Elementary's roof was blown off.
The next morning school leaders found an inch of water covering most of the classroom floors and several ruined computers. Despites this, authorities plan on working these next few weeks to get the school ready before the first day of classes. More than 20 people worked to vacuum the water and work on the roof. No word yet on how much money it will cost to fix the school.
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