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Anneliese's School wants $1M to fix flood damages

School officials say the money is needed to restore the Willowbrook Campus in Laguna Canyon. Four birds died in the flooding of Dec. 22.

January 06, 2011|By Ashley Breeding, coastlinepilot@latimes.com

"The children are processing this loss to their school in a healthy and wise way and are very eager to help re-build it. We will be seeing many bake sales in the future."

District schools undamaged

The Laguna Beach Unified School District was fortunate to not have suffered any significant damage from the storms, said Norma Shelton, Assistant Supt. of business services.

"Eric [Jetta, director of facilities] was well prepared in advance placing sump pumps strategically," Shelton said. "There was some water intrusion in the basement of the [Artists] theater but folks rallied and saved the costumes stored in boxes on the floor. There was also some water intrusion that entered under some doorways at each of the campuses but once again Eric was present and prepared and ensured everything was dry and clean in advance of the return of staff and students."

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To donate to the Anneliese Flood Relief or receive updated news about the flood, visit http://www.annelieseschools.com or http://www.seedsed.org.

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