We were about 550 students in the Valley near the river and we got washed out and now we're moved to the Auditorium. Now we're about 500 students and we've got 20 portable classrooms and about 13 classrooms in this building, which is the Auditorium, and our offices and so on in here. We've made the transition and it seems to be going OK. A lot of this equipment we did get out of the other building, so we didn't lose all of it, but we did lose a bunch. We miss our school daily, but, as far as what we've got here is working very well. We try to keep a positive attitude and keep going forward. About 30% of our kids were displaced. Many of them are in FEMA trailers now. Many are living with relatives and some have moved away. We've lost about 50 kids from our building. The kids are pretty resilient. The kids have done very well. If you go out and talk to kids, they're eating lunch right now in the gymnasium while we have Phy Ed class in there. They're upbeat, they love it, and they think, kids think that this is just another step in their life. However when they go home, it could be a little bit different because many of them are living with Aunts, and their parents are staying with somebody else, and they've even been, their familiy has been broken up in a number of cases. Our classrooms are very nice. We like our classrooms, the teachers don't complain about them at all. We've had a few teachers say that their students are performing even better than they did before they were flooded, and we attribute that somewhat to the fact that they've had a lot of responsibility at home. These kids are working at night getting their houses together, and that responsibility is pouring over into the school, that they take care of their business here a little better. So, it hasn't been all negative.