Wagga Public School P&C members are asking the community to hold off on donating resources to the school following last week’s fire damage.
The school will be meeting Wednesday to discuss what resources will be needed to get classes up and running as soon as possible, and where best to allocate community efforts to help.
The P&C have said they will have a better idea on what people can donate after this time.
Until then, P&C member Andrew Holmes has requested the community hold off, but expressed their appreciation for people’s ongoing support.
It was said that the board did not want the public unnecessarily donating items they may not need.
The fire tore through Wagga Public School last weekend, damaging buildings, historic records and valuable learning resources.