The Henryville 4th-grader was at the dentist when Friday's storm rolled in.
School was dismissed and students were loaded on buses at 3:04 p.m. Friday afternoon. School officials said no severe weather warning was issued. The storm struck 10 minutes later. It destroyed 40 percent of the school in just 20 seconds.
"That is the best school in the whole universe," said Blakey. "That is the only school I have ever gone to. That is the one I love in my whole life."
Blakey's problems do not stop at the school building, his house was hit pretty hard too.
"There is glass everywhere on the floor and everywhere besides my mom and dad's room," said Blakey. "It was like a huge mess, but they said that it can be fixed."
West Clark Assistant Superintendent John Reed said 1,200 students attend Henryville Schools. He said many are going through what Blakey is dealing with, no home and no school.
"Once we find a school we need to really concentrate on helping those kids get back to some sense of normalcy," said Reed.
Right now, Blakey does not have a house to go home to, but he is thankful for what he does have.
"I am glad to be alive and I am glad my parents are alive," said Blakey.
Now, he is worried about a couple of his buddies he has not seen since Friday.
"If you all can hear me, Alex and Dillon, let me know and I would be glad to hear you are safe and sound," said Blakey.