MOORE — Students heading back to the classroom on Friday nearly three months after a massive tornado destroyed their schools will find a “new normal,” their superintendent says, according to NBC News.
Two elementary schools — Plaza Towers and Briarwood — were leveled in the May 20 twister.
“If you would have asked me, would we still be standing here today, I would have had my doubts,” Superintendent Robert Romines said Monday.
“We are faced with a new normal. That new normal is about moving forward, rebuilding and doing what we need to do for this community, with the understanding that we won’t forget May 20.”
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