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East Rockaway High School, which suffered $10 million in damage from 5 feet of water dumped by superstorm Sandy, finally reopened. This renovated hallway, which connects some senior and junior high school classrooms, was completely submerged by Sandy. (April 25, 2013).(Credit: Danielle Finkelstein )

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East Rockaway school reopens six months after Sandy distruction

Superstorm Sandy left East Rockaway High School severely damaged due to massive flooding. Six months and $10 million later, the school reopened, even though some facilities within are still under repair.


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