Linda Severs, a teacher at Redwood Adventist Academy, visits her old classroom for the first time after the wildfires on Oct. 18, 2017 in Santa Rosa, Calif. The academy, part of the 7th-day Adventist Church, was one of at least seven private and public schools to be destroyed or damaged in Sonoma County’s wildfires.
Linda Severs, a teacher at Redwood Adventist Academy, visits her old classroom for the first time after the wildfires on Oct. 18, 2017 in Santa Rosa, Calif. The academy, part of the 7th-day Adventist Church, was one of at least seven private and public schools to be destroyed or damaged in Sonoma County’s wildfires. Stuart Leavenworth sleavenworth@mcclatchydc.com
Linda Severs, a teacher at Redwood Adventist Academy, visits her old classroom for the first time after the wildfires on Oct. 18, 2017 in Santa Rosa, Calif. The academy, part of the 7th-day Adventist Church, was one of at least seven private and public schools to be destroyed or damaged in Sonoma County’s wildfires. Stuart Leavenworth sleavenworth@mcclatchydc.com

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