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Schoharie students tell storm stories in mosaics

A year later, healing continues

There is still a large number of displaced kids in districts hit by flooding. At Schoharie High School, there is a permanent mural by students called "The Pieces of Hope" on display in the front entrance to the high school. This mural was made by the students as part of their healing process. Pictured left to right is Samantha Pierce, Brooke Pierce, Principal Stacey DeLaney, Hannah Van Der Werken and Hannah Roselli.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
There is still a large number of displaced kids in districts hit by flooding. At Schoharie High School, there is a permanent mural by students called "The Pieces of Hope" on display in the front entrance to the high school. This mural was made by the students as part of their healing process. Pictured left to right is Samantha Pierce, Brooke Pierce, Principal Stacey DeLaney, Hannah Van Der Werken and Hannah Roselli.
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In the lobby of Schoharie Junior/Senior High School hangs a colorful mosaic shaped like a map of Schoharie County. Each of the wooden tiles was decorated by a student or member of the school’s staff. One tile simply states “Irene ’11,” while another contains a broken bridge made out of popsicle sticks and the words “Bridge Out.” There are also words of inspiration; “We are not alone,” one tile reminds those who file past it ...


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