Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock has returned to a New Orleans high school she adopted after Hurricane Katrina to help open a health clinic there.
Bullock’s appearance Sunday coincided with the fifth anniversary of the storm that devastated coastal Louisiana and Mississippi. She joined a host of politicians, educators and school supporters for the clinic’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Sandra has previously donated money to help restore Easton, which is the city’s oldest public high school. The school was swamped after Hurricane Katrina took its toll.