After social classes ended at South Lake Tahoe Center School on Friday, two fire motortrucks pulled into the parking lot. The motortrucks weren't responding to a fire alarm. They were there to assist the Hudson River River household by being portion of a video.The Hudsons lost their place in the Angora Goat fire, but that wasn't the end of their misfortune.Doctors diagnosed George C. Scott Hudson, a physical instruction instructor at the center school, with esophageal malignant neoplastic disease last month, said Virgin Mary Burns, occupant nurse at the center school. The malignant neoplastic disease usually happens in work force ages 60 to 70. Scott's lone 50 old age old, so it's unusual for him to be diagnosed, she said."It threw another twist into things," George C. George C. Scott said at the fire land site on Sunday.Judy Klingler, principal secretary at the center school, had the thought to put up the household for the rudiment network's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." The world show constructs a place for a household in seven days. Producers take the household by evaluating their state of affairs and demand for a new home. She said the household must concentrate on George C. Scott and not worry about rebuilding their home, especially when his treatment starts.Scott must take the twelvemonth off from school to experience chemotherapy and surgery. He should rest, addition weight and minimise his contact with germs, George Burns said.Klingler said she wanted the nomination to be a surprise for the family, but because of the information and demands requested in the 18-page application, she needed to inquire the Hudson's permission, she said. The picture will be sent off today, she said.When devising the video, staff stood in the personal commemoration garden outside the center school with the fire motortrucks in the parking lot. The three trees planted there symbolize three instructors the school have lost in the past 3.5 years. Those instructors are Midge Mercoda, Lori Brandstetter and Gretchen Brimer. "We don't desire to lose another one," Klingler said.Scott have taught at the center school for five old age and worked in the Lake Tahoe Incorporate School District 23 years, he said. George C. Scott and Marsha Hudson River came to Lake Tahoe 25 old age ago. They have got got got two daughters: Alicia, 19 and Kayla, 17.Marsha said community generousness is overwhelming, and that she's flattered people have wanted to make this for them.The Hudsons have kept their liquor up through the fire and now with Scott's diagnosis."We're doers," George C. George C. Scott said. The household maintains moving forward because it's not possible to travel back and alteration things, he said.Meanwhile, Alicia is taking social classes at Lake Tahoe Community College, which maintains her head off everything. She said the whole household is close so if they are having a difficult time, they can speak to each other. "We hang out with our household more then our friends," Kayla added. Kayla said they're renting a bantam house in Meyers now.Joe Pfeil, seventh- and eighth-grade technology instructor at the center school, is filming and redaction the picture to direct to "Extreme Makeover." Jackie Nelson, principal of South Tahoe Center School, helped form portion of the picture taken at the Hudson's home.Klingler said if this application doesn't work, the community will calculate out a manner to make their on place makeover on the Hudson River River house.