KATRINA YEAR 5 - 2010

In August of this year, it will be five years since Hurricane Katrina has devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Harris has been recording the progress of our area since 2006, this year we will create museums in a box. documenting how far we have come. Students will research a particular neighborhood, person, or topic and see how much ahs chnaged since 2005. Students will use pictures from previous Harris field trips as a starting point and ind data or the years 2005, 2006, 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010.

Note - Museumbox no longer available

Please see Living with Hu rricanes page on thus wiki to see other completed project done by students -
http://technologyatthharris.wikispaces.com/LIVING+WITH+HURRICANES







New Orleans Recovery 2010














http://museumbox.e2bn.org/creator/

Pictures from 2005, 2006 can be found at the following web sites

http://www.pbase.com/harrislibrary

http://www.nola.com/katrina/

http://www.pbase.com/septembermorn

BREAKING NEWS - HEADLINES FROM THE TIMES-PICAYUNE AS THE DISASTER UNFOLDED

THE WORST DAY - AUG. 31, 2005

LAKEVIEW - SEPT. 6,, AUG 30, SEP.23. OCt 22. oct 3, 2

SCHOOLS - SEPT. 7,. SEP 28

BW COOPER - SEP. 8

NEW ORLEANS EAST - SEP 9, OCT 14

MID CITY - SEP 10

ST. BERNARD - SEP 11, AUG 30, OCT. 16

SUPERDOME - SEP.12, SEP.26

LEVEE WALLS - SEP 13, AUG. 29 OCT 15

LAKEVIEW - SEP 14, AUG 30

HAYNES BLVD. - SEP 15

LOWER 9TH WARD - SEP. 17, AUG 30,OCT 8

GENTILLY - SEP. 19, SEP.23 OCT 6

NEW ORLEANS EAST - OCT 14, OCT 20

KATRINA DEATHS - OCt. 16

911 CALLS - OCT 10