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A School For Kids With Autism Copes With Fire’s Physical And Emotional Damage

Enlarge this image Andrew Bailey, CEO of Anova school, holds a cellphone with a photo of the facility, which was destroyed by the Tubbs Fire this week in Santa Rosa, Calif. Devin Katayama/KQED hide caption toggle caption Devin Katayama/KQED Among the many buildings destroyed in Northern California wildfires this week, was a nonprofit private school that serves 125 students with who have autism. Anova school — located in Santa Rosa, Calif., inside the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts — serves students age 5 to 22 who have been diagnosed…

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