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When students returned to school in early November, Principal Zulma Ortiz called everyone to a central courtyard to pray and talk about the storm. Many wept.

Everybody here suffered something, Ortiz said.

Many students headed to the mainland with their families to start anew, Ortiz said.

Teachers have watched those who stayed struggle with changed living conditions as they try to manage homework and school activities. Several students have told Ortiz they wont be going to college because they have to get jobs to help their parents rebuild.

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For Torres, a high school senior who wants to go to college to become an ophthalmologist, much of the stress comes from worrying about her parents, both of whom have had anxiety and high blood pressure. After the storm ripped off the top half of their house, her parents have been living in their basement while they rebuild, while she sleeps at her grandmothers house.

The federal grant money that the family received wasnt enough to make their house feel safe, Torres said. So they are using their savings as well as donations to remodel with the help of relatives and friends this time building a cement roof better equipped to handle hurricane winds.

After she graduates, Torres said she will work while she goes to college so she can help her parents rebuild.

In the meantime, she has been using the coping methods that her therapist recommended: Distracting herself with hobbies such as drawing and painting, or going out with friends. Her parents and others have told her shes proved to be a strong young woman. She credits the psychologist for helping her build resilience.

Sometimes I think that I should have gone earlier, Torres said. A lot of students are scared to talk about [hurricane trauma] or they even feel ashamed.

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