A school on Saaremaa island damaged in a fire over the weekend will be out of service for the rest of the school year.
No one was in the building in the small town of Aste at the time of the fire on April 29, which appeared to start between a ceiling and the roof and destroyed one classroom.
Smoke and water damage were extensive in other parts of the building.
"The children won't go to school on Monday, but on Wednesday as usual," said director Ulvi Valge on ETV, May 1 being a public holiday. "We have talked to the nursery school director to allot space for the elementary grades."
Older pupils from sixth to the ninth grade will study at a local youth center, and some classroom work may move outside if weather permits.
The school building was insured. The municipality's government had recently decided to start building a new school in Aste.
The rescue services received the call after smoke was seen spilling out from under the old-type, asbestos-cement roof - seen on many older buildings - but the local fire alarm's outdoor siren had not been triggered.