Notebooks and paper will come in handy when Henryville elementary, junior high, and high school students finally go back to class in early April.
Volunteers and residents of Southern Indiana are still cleaning up after tornadoes hit the area. Noon Edition discusses what still needs to be done.
Skillman says the state is still doing assessments to apply for more federal assistance.
Officials say residents should be wary of people going door-to-door collecting donations for victims.
Individuals in Clark, Jefferson, Ripley, Scott, Warrick and Washington counties will have access to federal funding to help recover from the devastation.
Data gathered during last week's storms could help IU researchers understand the conditions that lead to severe storms.
Several members of the church will leave Thursday for Henryville, also making stops at rural homes.
Snow covered several towns in Southern Indiana that were hit by tornadoes in storms that swept through the state, killing 39 people in five states.
Residents in several Indiana cities face devastation after tornadoes whipped through the area.
The second, more powerful wave of storms that spawned tornadoes arrived Friday afternoon.