My kindergarten used to be over here. Raye Freer, an elementary school teacher in Joplin, considers herself one of the lucky ones. And When I get up in the morning and I go past my home that's no Longer there For about 12 days,I just lived in the WOW I lived through it. Her school, while still standing is finished for now. Unlike the high school, and five other schools that are gone for good. What we do know is that we have 4000 200 kids following the storm that didn't have place to go to school. And that is the challenge for Superintendant C.J. Huff, who has somehow kept summer school going here, while mounting a complex deadline driven campaign to have a new normal school year reopening on August 17th. It represents the second that school starts, what is it, 61 days and change now, I believe, ah, before our kids come back to school. But how and where? With students, staff and their families homeless themselves and hundreds of classrooms, supplies, books and the functioning works of education lying in ruin. You start with the vision first and then you figure out the path to get to that vision. And you build partnerships to problem solve. And the federal government world with FEMA, SEMA and Army Corps of Engineers; all those pieces some of which Iím familiar with some of which is brand new. Weíve got the best team on the line and we got the Corp here we got the top people in FEMA. Right now, we're right on target the bids have gone out for the temp classrooms and the buildings have been identified for leasing. Joplinís kids will also be learning here, in this empty commercial space, which will be transformed into Joplinís 11th and 12 grades. The plans also will include keeping Joplinís students from natureís harmís way. Weíre also putting in the bid package for 75 to 100 shelters tornado shelters that will come onsite. Making Joplin's school bell ring has formed new bonds. People from the school came up shook hands and said were glad you're here thank you for the help. It's developed a new dimension of purpose It absolutely will build stronger psychological effects for that student and strengthen then for the coming school year. As well as steely Joplin resolve. You lose seven kids Were my kids, and, You know, We, we owe it to them if nothing else to hit the ball out of the park when it comes to rebuilding.