By Associated Press • 

After arson fire, South Albany High School resumes classes

ALBANY - School resumes Monday at South Albany High School, where the cafeteria building was destroyed in an arson fire last week.

KOIN-TV reported that officials planned an assembly first thing to talk about the fire. Counselors were on hand for students who want to talk about the fire.

Meal plans call for breakfast and lunch to be served in the gym, and students will then fan out across campus to eat.

The fire also torched music and band rooms and equipment. Portable classrooms are being brought in for those activities.

Court documents show 28-year-old Zachary Burghart confessed to starting the fire. He's been jailed on arson charges.

He was on probation after a series of fires in the nearby community Scio last year. He's been described as having mental problems.

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