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C. J. Huff and the Crown Jewel of Joplin

In this recording from 2012, former Joplin R-8 Superintendent C. J. Huff explains funding for the rebuilding of Joplin High School, which was destroyed in the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado.

9 MIN2017 MAY 5
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C. J. Huff and the Crown Jewel of Joplin

C. J. Huff on FEMA: We'll Do Some Arm-Twisting

In this audio, recorded during a February 2012 faculty meeting at East Middle School, former Joplin R-8 Superintendent C. J. Huff explains how he will get more money out of FEMA by arm-twisting. Huff was explaining to the teachers a $62 million bond issue to replace buildings that were destroyed in the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado

1 MIN2017 MAY 1
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C. J. Huff on FEMA: We'll Do Some Arm-Twisting

From No Child Left Alive: The Superintendent and the Kindergarten Students

In this podcast, author Randy Turner reads from his novel No Child Left Alive. The book is available for purchase at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Child-Left-Alive-Randy-Turner/dp/1490388036/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1382075024&sr=8-2&keywords=No+Child+Left+Alive

2 MIN2013 OCT 18
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From No Child Left Alive: The Superintendent and the Kindergarten Students

Reading from Scars from the Tornado

In this podcast, Randy Turner reads a chapter from the new book, Scars from the Tornado: One Year at Joplin East Middle School. The book features stories from Turner and East Middle School students about their year in a warehouse middle school following the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado http://www.amazon.com/Scars-from-the-Tornado-ebook/dp/B00BPSRTDC/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1363001662&sr=1-1&keywords=Scars+from+the+Tornado

4 MIN2013 MAR 12
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Reading from Scars from the Tornado

Some post-election thoughts: One of the greatest presidencies we have seen

In this podcast, made after giving considerable thought to the election that just passed, Randy Turner gives his thoughts on one of the greatest presidencies we have seen.

2 MIN2012 NOV 11
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Some post-election thoughts: One of the greatest presidencies we have seen

From Spirit of Hope: We Will Have School

One of the most electric moments during the recovery process after the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado took place eight days later when School Superintendent C. J. Huff told school employees, and the nation, that school would begin on time, just 87 days after the tornado. This chapter from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado, read by co-author Randy Turner, details that day.

12 MIN2012 NOV 4
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From Spirit of Hope: We Will Have School

From Spirit of Hope: Tornado Teaches the True Meaning of School

Randy Turner reads a chapter from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado.

6 MIN2012 OCT 28
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From Spirit of Hope: Tornado Teaches the True Meaning of School

Rush, Mitt, Arne, Britney Spears Endorse My Book

In this podcast, teacher/author Randy Turner runs through the celebrity endorsements for his e-novel about education, No Child Left Alive.

4 MIN2012 OCT 21
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Rush, Mitt, Arne, Britney Spears Endorse My Book

House of Bricks (from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado)

In this podcast, teacher and author Randy Turner reads from House of Bricks, a chapter in his book, Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado. In the chapter, he tells about returning to his destroyed school two days after the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado, and his encounter with the father and sister of a hero who was killed while saving others during the tornado.

5 MIN2012 OCT 20
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House of Bricks (from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado)

Death, Destruction Hit Joplin, Missouri

This is a reading of the first Huffington Post article I wrote the day after the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado, just 14 hours after the tornado hit the town and destroyed one-third of it. It is also a chapter in my book, 5:41: Stories from the Joplin Tornado. http://www.amazon.com/5-41-Stories-Joplin-Tornado/dp/0615516114/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1350168537&sr=8-1&keywords=5%3A41%3A+Stories+from+the+Joplin+Tornado

3 MIN2012 OCT 14
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Death, Destruction Hit Joplin, Missouri

Latest Episodes

C. J. Huff and the Crown Jewel of Joplin

In this recording from 2012, former Joplin R-8 Superintendent C. J. Huff explains funding for the rebuilding of Joplin High School, which was destroyed in the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado.

9 MIN2017 MAY 5
Comments
C. J. Huff and the Crown Jewel of Joplin

C. J. Huff on FEMA: We'll Do Some Arm-Twisting

In this audio, recorded during a February 2012 faculty meeting at East Middle School, former Joplin R-8 Superintendent C. J. Huff explains how he will get more money out of FEMA by arm-twisting. Huff was explaining to the teachers a $62 million bond issue to replace buildings that were destroyed in the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado

1 MIN2017 MAY 1
Comments
C. J. Huff on FEMA: We'll Do Some Arm-Twisting

From No Child Left Alive: The Superintendent and the Kindergarten Students

In this podcast, author Randy Turner reads from his novel No Child Left Alive. The book is available for purchase at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Child-Left-Alive-Randy-Turner/dp/1490388036/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1382075024&sr=8-2&keywords=No+Child+Left+Alive

2 MIN2013 OCT 18
Comments
From No Child Left Alive: The Superintendent and the Kindergarten Students

Reading from Scars from the Tornado

In this podcast, Randy Turner reads a chapter from the new book, Scars from the Tornado: One Year at Joplin East Middle School. The book features stories from Turner and East Middle School students about their year in a warehouse middle school following the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado http://www.amazon.com/Scars-from-the-Tornado-ebook/dp/B00BPSRTDC/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1363001662&sr=1-1&keywords=Scars+from+the+Tornado

4 MIN2013 MAR 12
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Reading from Scars from the Tornado

Some post-election thoughts: One of the greatest presidencies we have seen

In this podcast, made after giving considerable thought to the election that just passed, Randy Turner gives his thoughts on one of the greatest presidencies we have seen.

2 MIN2012 NOV 11
Comments
Some post-election thoughts: One of the greatest presidencies we have seen

From Spirit of Hope: We Will Have School

One of the most electric moments during the recovery process after the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado took place eight days later when School Superintendent C. J. Huff told school employees, and the nation, that school would begin on time, just 87 days after the tornado. This chapter from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado, read by co-author Randy Turner, details that day.

12 MIN2012 NOV 4
Comments
From Spirit of Hope: We Will Have School

From Spirit of Hope: Tornado Teaches the True Meaning of School

Randy Turner reads a chapter from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado.

6 MIN2012 OCT 28
Comments
From Spirit of Hope: Tornado Teaches the True Meaning of School

Rush, Mitt, Arne, Britney Spears Endorse My Book

In this podcast, teacher/author Randy Turner runs through the celebrity endorsements for his e-novel about education, No Child Left Alive.

4 MIN2012 OCT 21
Comments
Rush, Mitt, Arne, Britney Spears Endorse My Book

House of Bricks (from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado)

In this podcast, teacher and author Randy Turner reads from House of Bricks, a chapter in his book, Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado. In the chapter, he tells about returning to his destroyed school two days after the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado, and his encounter with the father and sister of a hero who was killed while saving others during the tornado.

5 MIN2012 OCT 20
Comments
House of Bricks (from Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado)

Death, Destruction Hit Joplin, Missouri

This is a reading of the first Huffington Post article I wrote the day after the May 22, 2011, Joplin Tornado, just 14 hours after the tornado hit the town and destroyed one-third of it. It is also a chapter in my book, 5:41: Stories from the Joplin Tornado. http://www.amazon.com/5-41-Stories-Joplin-Tornado/dp/0615516114/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1350168537&sr=8-1&keywords=5%3A41%3A+Stories+from+the+Joplin+Tornado

3 MIN2012 OCT 14
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Death, Destruction Hit Joplin, Missouri
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