For the first time since Hurricane Ike hit, students are back at school in Galveston.
Principals and teachers will focus on helping students cope in the aftermath of the storm, rather than on academics.
The district has borrowed a curriculum developed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Galveston Superintendent says teachers have been instructed to let children have time to talk about personal problems and to share their experiences with their classmates.
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