While kids at Bibb county's Heard Elementary had the day off, clean-up crews reported to school and spent the entire day on repairs.
The area on Vinson Road was crippled from Tuesday morning's storm.
Clean-up crews spent the day turning the mess of downed trees into wood chips.
"These two limbs right here, they fell this way," describes the district's Risk Management Director, David Gowan.
Gowan says, Tuesday, after roof damages, water leaks, and fallen trees, Heard Elementary hung a "school canceled" sign.
He says fallen limbs destroyed a $4 thousand air conditioning unit outside a portable classroom.
"You can see structurally that the portable, thankfully, is still in good condition," says Gowan.
But on Vinson Road, Heard Elementary wasn't the only thing in the storm's path.
Right across the street from the school, at Liberty United Methodist Church, several trees were completely uprooted.