In May, JoEllen Fuller told WNIJ her school was just a shell. She's the Superintendent of the Marseilles School District. The school sustained major damage during spring flooding.
"Dry wall had to be removed. If there was any kind of mold, it had to be removed. Everything has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected," Fuller said.
After the flood, more than 600 students were displaced and moved to a local church and an old high school. Fuller says most students will be back in the main building by the time school starts August 21st.