Henryville students return to school Tuesday after last spring's tornadoes ripped through the community.
A statewide effort is underway to help Southern Indiana families who lost homes in the March 2 tornadoes.
Columbus says it will now only sound its sirens when there is a tornado warning.
Officials say Columbus residents are confused about what sirens mean or have become complacent about possible dangers.
Their school was almost completely destroyed by an EF-4 tornado on March 2.
A report shows the number of tornadoes in Indiana merits the state's inclusion in "tornado alley."
Henryville students are attending a makeshift school at the Mid-America Science Park in Scottsburg.
Unstable air this afternoon will cause the potential for damaging winds and large hail.
Governor Mitch Daniels was notified Thursday night that five Indiana counties hit hard by storms in February and March, would receive federal assistance.
Students and staff followed tornado evacuation procedures during class at Indiana University today.