Students thank community for help after tornado struck school

Students Get Creative To Thank Community For Help After Tornado
Students Get Creative To Thank Community For Help After Tornado

LAKE CITY, Iowa — Students at South Central Calhoun High School found a big way to say thank you, after their community helped them recover after a tornado hit the school.

About 200 students in Lake City are finishing up the school year in make-shift classrooms. They are inside churches, the bank, a movie theater, and the community center.

The high school students wanted to say thank you and did so with the help of a photographer perched on a cherry picker. The students spelled out "thank you" on the ground below.

The picture will be handed out to community members and printed in the local paper.



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