SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — Students at Shuman Elementary School will continue to report to an alternate learning site on Monday and Tuesday.

This follows a small fire at the school in the ceiling of a classroom.

According to the Savannah-Chatham County School System, students who are driven or who walk to school are to report to the gym at their regular arrival times. They’ll be transported to A.B. Williams Elementary.

Bus riders will be picked up at their regular stops and will be taken to A.B. Williams.

The YMCA Before and After School program will operate at regular times from the Shuman gymnasium. If a parent has a student in this program, they may drop their child off as normal in the morning and pick up children as normal from the Shuman gym for dismissal.

21st Century will remain canceled for Monday and Tuesday.

Bus riders will follow dismissal procedures from A.B. Williams Elementary School. Car riders and walkers will be transported back to the Shuman gym to be dismissed. Parents can pick up car riders from Shuman at their normal afternoon pick-up time. Students that walk home will follow normal procedures from the Shuman gym.

Staff continues to assess the impacts of the fire and wants to ensure the safety of all students and staff before entry is allowed.