Jefferson County school officials say they might consider a lawsuit over insurance money and a collapsed roof.
Heavy rain in July led to the roof of the vocational building caving in at Jefferson County High School. Since then, the school board has been trying to figure out how much insurance will pay for the repairs.
Director of Schools Charles Edmonds says the school and insurance company have differing opinions.
The insurance only wants to cover the roof collapse and not the damage inside, but the school district is looking for total repairs.
Edmonds says they are trying to hash out the details, but the school is ready to pursue a possible lawsuit if needed.