PRINCESS ANNE, Md. -- Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley stopped by Washington High School in Princess Anne, where folks are still placed from Sandy.
Officials tell us over the past four days, a total of 519 people have taken shelter there.
They say they will remain open until damage assessments come in.
WMDT caught up with Sherry Taylor, who has been at that shelter for three days, anxiously awaiting what she has left to come home to.
"Monday afternoon I started calling for help at 1:00pm. We were still sitting there at 5:00 PM and I heard a boat coming down our way so I hung out the door and called them over to help me," she tells us.
"If they tell you something is coming get out before it gets there because if you don't you're stuck," she adds.
The goal at Washington High School is to get back to normalcy within the next 24 hours, then The University Of Maryland Eastern Shore will continue to help victims displaced by Sandy.