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‘I want the kids to know we’re there for them’

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NBC’s Kate Snow spoke with Amy Simpson, the principal of Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore Oklahoma, which was destroyed in May’s devastating tornado.   Simpson says she is trying to create a sense of safety and normalcy in a different building as students return to school.