A Metro school takes the brunt of this past weekend’s storm. The Heartland Christian School lost part of its roof on Saturday night and they're still adding up the damages.
The force of the wind caught a corner of the school's roof and peeled it back.
The three air conditioners on the top of the building were hit by flying debris. The storm also stuck a small piece of wood into another section of the roof.
Gary Wilson says, "Not only roof-wise but interior too. There were carpets and ceilings and electronics damaged by the water so there are a lot of unknowns still."
The high school rooms were flooded but the elementary and middle school classes are still being held.
Wilson tells Channel 6 News the school will need volunteers to help fix the damage.