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Pictures: Schools At Center Of Storm Aftermath

There's the Brooklyn custodian who took care of a lot of people, the PS 22 Staten Island kids chorus doing a fundraiser, a New Orelans principal who lost family to the storm, some computer thefts from New Jersey schools.image from www.gannett-cdn.com
Last week I told you about a Staten Island middle school being used as a morgue (Schools Used For Recovery Purposes). Below are some stories and images of schools in the aftermath.  


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Hurricane Sandy’s Custodian Turned Shelter Savior - Newsweek and The Daily Beast.

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'American Idol' Winner Phillip Phillips Gets Hurricane Sandy Remix - Hollywood Reporter.

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Many NJ schools districts to reopen Monday | 6abc.com.

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Gretna school principal copes with grandparents' drowning deaths in Hurricane Sandy | NOLA.com.

27 iMacs stolen from Montclair elementary school a day after Hurricane Sandy | NJ.com.

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Lights Returns to Main Street, Sag Harbor; Schools Remained Closed as East End Reels from Hurricane Sandy Aftermath | The Sag Harbor Express.

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Many New Jersey Schools Set To Reopen On Monday In Aftermath Of Storm « CBS New York.

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New York City Schools Damaged in Hurricane Sandy - DNAinfo.com New York.

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Decision to close schools catches many Palm Beach County... | www.palmbeachpost.com.

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No School Tuesday, Bronxville Girds For Flooding | The Bronxville Daily Voice.

Post-Sandy, colleges extend deadline for applications USAT



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