GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - In the days after a fire tore through Preble High School, some community members decided to help out with monetary support to help the school.
However, officials with the Green Bay Area Public School District say they're not seeking money and are working on ways to use any money that is coming in.
District chief financial officer Alan Wagner tells FOX 11 that the district appreciates the support from Cousin Subs on Green Bay's east side and the efforts of the Green Bay Bullfrogs.
Cousins is donating 20 percent of profits from goods sold Wednesday evening from 4 until 8 p.m. The S. Webster Avenue location says Cousins corporate foundation will provide a matching donation. Last Friday, the Bullfrogs held a 50/50 raffle and took donations totaling $880.
Wagner says the school district has a special account that will pool all the money being donated for Preble.
He does say the district's insurance policy will likely cover the majority of the replacement costs needed to restore the gym and other areas that were damaged.
(Additional reporting from FOX 11).