The burned out shell of Crestline Elementary School sits empty on Monday February 25, 2013. (Zachary Kaufman/The Columbian)
Numbers identify segments of the exterior wall of Crestline Elementary School after fire ripped through the school in the early morning of Feb. 3. Fire investigators are combing through the rubble and piecing together what might have happened.
Books and school supplies lay among the ashy remains of Crestline Elementary, 13003 S.E. Seventh St. in Cascade Park.
Books and school supplies lay among the remains of Crestline Elementary School.
A picture sits on the metal edge of a dry erase board inside a burned-out classroom.
A desk chair sits in the rubble of the burned-out Crestline Elementary School site.
The rubble of Crestline Elementary School is still under investigation.
The burned out shell of Crestline Elementary School sits empty on Monday in Vancouver.
A classroom door, bubbled and charred by fire, leads to remnants of the elementary school.
A fence keeps the public off the property surrounding Crestline Elementary Elementary School.
Messages hang on a fence in front of the burned-out shell of Crestline Elementary School.
The gym at Crestline Elementary School, shot through an open door, is one of the few parts of the building still standing.
The heat from the fire at Crestline melted paint off doors and destroyed the elementary school building.