OCONTO FALLS - An Oconto Falls school damaged by a fire earlier this year will rent portable classrooms for next school year.
The fire at St. Anthony School caused about $2 million in damage.
Father Joel Sember tells FOX 11 repair work hasn't started yet and won't be done for the fall.
Sember says at least five portable classrooms will be needed. School leaders have yet to decide where they will be located.
A plan is expected to be finalized by the end of the month.
Since the fire, classes have been held at nearby Grace Lutheran Church. Sember says the temporary home won't be large enough due to an enrollment increase.
Vincent Enneper, 16, has been charged in adult court with starting the destructive fire. He is scheduled to return to court later this month.
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