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California Students Visit Burned School One Year After Camp Fire

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California Students Visit Burned School One Year After Camp Fire

California Students Visit Burned School One Year After Camp Fire

While their school has yet to reopen after being damaged in the Camp Fire, students took a trip back to campus one year later.

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California Students Visit Burned School One Year After Camp Fire

CAMPUS.

FOX IS PEDRO RIVERASHARES THEIR STORY.

BEFORESHARES THEIR STORY.

BEFORENOVEMBER 8TH, 2018, LAUGHTER WASNOVEMBER 8TH, 2018, LAUGHTER WASHEARD ON CAMPUS AND PARADISEADVENTIST ACADEMY.

BUT NOWADVENTIST ACADEMY.

BUT NOWTHE SOUND OF GENERATORS FLOODTHE SOUND OF GENERATORS FLOODTHE COURTYARD OF THE K THROUGHTHE COURTYARD OF THE K THROUGH12 CHRISTIAN SCHOOL.

I LOVE12 CHRISTIAN SCHOOL.

I LOVEBEING ON THIS CAMPUS.

BUT I LOVEBEING ON THIS CAMPUS.

BUT I LOVEBEING ON THIS CAMPUS.

WHEN THEREBEING ON THIS CAMPUS.

WHEN THEREWAS A TOWN TO BE IN JUNIORWAS A TOWN TO BE IN JUNIORSTACEY WEISNER RETURNED WITH HERWAS A TOWN TO BE IN JUNIORSTACEY WEISNER RETURNED WITH HERCLASSMATES TO CAMPUS FORSTACEY WEISNER RETURNED WITH HERCLASSMATES TO CAMPUS FORCLASSMATES TO CAMPUS FORTHE FIRST TIME SINCE LAST YEAR.THE FIRST TIME SINCE LAST YEAR.SHE WAS IN THE BEDROOM WHEN SHETHE FIRST TIME SINCE LAST YEAR.SHE WAS IN THE BEDROOM WHEN SHELEARNED THAT THE FIRE THAT WOULDSHE WAS IN THE BEDROOM WHEN SHELEARNED THAT THE FIRE THAT WOULDLEARNED THAT THE FIRE THAT WOULDEVENTUALLY CONSUME HER HOME WASEVENTUALLY CONSUME HER HOME WASMAKING ITS WAY THROUGH PARADISEMAKING ITS WAY THROUGH PARADISE.WE WERE IN BAND AND OUR.WE WERE IN BAND AND OURPRINCIPAL WALKED IN AND KIND OFPRINCIPAL WALKED IN AND KIND OFTOLD US LIKE YOU KNOW, YOU MIGHTTOLD US LIKE YOU KNOW, YOU MIGHTWANT TO GO HOME.

WE'RE NOT INTOLD US LIKE YOU KNOW, YOU MIGHTWANT TO GO HOME.

WE'RE NOT INOUR SCHOOL.

AND THEN LIKE 10WANT TO GO HOME.

WE'RE NOT INOUR SCHOOL.

AND THEN LIKE 10OUR SCHOOL.

AND THEN LIKE 10MINUTES LATER HE CAME IN AGAINMINUTES LATER HE CAME IN AGAINAND HE WAS LIKE YOU NEED TO GO.AND HE WAS LIKE YOU NEED TO GO.AND HE WAS LIKE YOU NEED TO GO.HOW MANY TO EVACUATE STARTHOW MANY TO EVACUATE STARTHOW MANY TO EVACUATE STARTPACKING UP?

LOOKING ON THE BOARDHOW MANY TO EVACUATE STARTPACKING UP?

LOOKING ON THE BOARD,WE STILL HAVE ASSIGNMENTS DUEPACKING UP?

LOOKING ON THE BOARD,WE STILL HAVE ASSIGNMENTS DUE,WE STILL HAVE ASSIGNMENTS DUEFROM LAST YEAR.

YEAH, IT'S VERYFROM LAST YEAR.

YEAH, IT'S VERYSTRANGE BEING IN THE CLASSROOMSTRANGE BEING IN THE CLASSROOMTHOUGH.

A YEAR LATER.

FORTHOUGH.

A YEAR LATER.

FORTHE LAST YEAR STUDENTS HAVE BEENTHE LAST YEAR STUDENTS HAVE BEENRELOCATED TO ITS SISTER SCHOOLRELOCATED TO ITS SISTER SCHOOLIN CHICO.

WE'VE GOT THE BENCH.IN CHICO.

WE'VE GOT THE BENCH.WE GOT ONE PICNIC TABLE FORWE GOT ONE PICNIC TABLE FORBENCHES.

PRINCIPAL MONTE NYSTROMBENCHES.

PRINCIPAL MONTE NYSTROMSAYS THE SCHOOL HAS COME A LONGSAYS THE SCHOOL HAS COME A LONGWAY SINCE ITS GYMNASIUM AND KWAY SINCE ITS GYMNASIUM AND KTHROUGH 12 BUILDINGS SUFFEREDTHROUGH 12 BUILDINGS SUFFEREDDAMAGE FROM THE CAMP FIRE.

YOUDAMAGE FROM THE CAMP FIRE.

YOUKNOW, IT'S IT'S REFRESHING TOKNOW, IT'S IT'S REFRESHING TOSEE THE IMPACT WHEN WE WERESEE THE IMPACT WHEN WE WEREDRIVING UP INTO THE CAMPUS.

ONEDRIVING UP INTO THE CAMPUS.

ONEOF THE THINGS THAT I HEARD AOF THE THINGS THAT I HEARD ASTUDENT SAY AS WE DROVE IN WAS ISTUDENT SAY AS WE DROVE IN WAS IMISS THIS PLACE BUT THERE'SMISS THIS PLACE BUT THERE'SSTILL A LONG WAY TO GO EVEN ASTILL A LONG WAY TO GO EVEN AYEAR LATER.

THE SCHOOL IS STILLYEAR LATER.

THE SCHOOL IS STILLWITHOUT ELECTRICITY AND WATERWITHOUT ELECTRICITY AND WATERSINCE THE CAMP FIRE.WITHOUT ELECTRICITY AND WATERSINCE THE CAMP FIRE.THE SCHOOL'S ENROLLMENT HASSINCE THE CAMP FIRE.THE SCHOOL'S ENROLLMENT HASTHE SCHOOL'S ENROLLMENT HASDROPPED BY NEARLY 30 PERCENT.DROPPED BY NEARLY 30 PERCENT.BUT NYSTROM SAYS HIS STUDENTSBUT NYSTROM SAYS HIS STUDENTSWILL SOON BE PERMANENTLY BACK ONWILL SOON BE PERMANENTLY BACK ONCAMPUS THROUGH HARD WORK ANDCAMPUS THROUGH HARD WORK ANDTHE POWER OF PRAYER.

THERE'STHE POWER OF PRAYER.

THERE'SJUST A LOT OF PEOPLE NOT HERETHE POWER OF PRAYER.

THERE'SJUST A LOT OF PEOPLE NOT HEREAND ONLY HERE IN THE COMMUNITYJUST A LOT OF PEOPLE NOT HEREAND ONLY HERE IN THE COMMUNITYAND ONLY HERE IN THE COMMUNITYBUT THROUGHOUT THE NATION,BUT THROUGHOUT THE NATION,THROUGHOUT THE WORLD ACTUALLYBUT THROUGHOUT THE NATION,THROUGHOUT THE WORLD ACTUALLYWHO ARE PRAYING FOR US, PULLINGTHROUGHOUT THE WORLD ACTUALLYWHO ARE PRAYING FOR US, PULLINGWHO ARE PRAYING FOR US, PULLINGFOR CHARITY FOR US AND THAT'SFOR CHARITY FOR US AND THAT'SENCOURAGING.

IN PARADISE, PEDROENCOURAGING.

IN PARADISE, PEDRORIVERA, FOX 40 NEWS.

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