A schoolgirl fashion school in the United States is set to reopen in the wake of the devastating tornado that destroyed much of its campus.
Gwyneth Goddard’s fashion school reopened on Friday after more than a year of closure due to a devastating tornado in the US state of Oklahoma.
“It was very hard to open,” Gwynith Goddard told The New York Times.
“The whole school had to be evacuated for a year and we’re finally doing it again. “
“And that’s really a blessing, because we had to make that decision.” “
Goddard’s school has been closed since December 2017. “
And that’s really a blessing, because we had to make that decision.”
Goddard’s school has been closed since December 2017.
“Gwyneth had a really difficult time and she has had a lot of support and support from family, friends, and other community members,” the school said in a statement on Friday.
“We’re really grateful to everyone who helped.”
Goddard was named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in 2017.
She’s also a well-known fashion model, and is known for wearing outfits to fundraisers.
Goddard has been named the 2017 New York Magazine’s Person of the Year.
The school reopened in 2017, but the school reopened again in 2018 after the tornado devastated the campus.
“As we continue to work on the restoration of the school and our facilities, we are excited to announce the first ever schoolgirl Halloween costume has been completed,” Goddard said.
“Thank you to everyone in the community who has supported us during this time of need.”