"Other than the loss of everything? I know it's still very emotional for the teachers, because we're still fighting FEMA, we're still fighting the insurance,' said Davis. 'There's not a day that goes by that a buddy teacher's not watching your class and you're on the phone with somebody trying to get an adjustor or a contractor or somebody.'On Thursday and Friday the production crew was at Handson in Biloxi. The producer said he would email when it is going to air. Stay tuned.)
Kim Stasny, superintendent of the Bay-Waveland School District, welcomed the scrutiny.
'I think it's going to help us get the message out that we haven't recovered. And that we are still in the process, and we still need help,' she said."
Monday, March 13, 2006
The Sun Herald | 03/09/2006 | PBS comes to school
The Sun Herald | 03/09/2006 | PBS comes to school: