As the waters of the Flood of 2016 started to recede, the Episcopal community began to rise up. In the ugliness of the carnage, the Episcopal community went to work for others and on rebuilding physical damage and loss to the school. In those early moments, responding was visceral, automatic and free of ambiguity. The actions of a few–students, school staff, coaches, parents, and faculty– inspired many and brought forth a powerful, grassroots movement for good and goodness.
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