For the first time today - we can take you inside what was brindlee mountain primary school.
This is what's left after an e-f 2 tornado ripped the building apart!
You can see insulation on the ground, shattered windows, and beams hanging from the ceiling.
I'm dan shaffer.
And i'm najahe sherman.
Right now -- teachers and staff are working to clean everything up.
Waay31s sierra phillips joins of live... she took a tour of what's left of the school, sierra?
This is one of the many bricks scattered across the property tonight, but inside the damage is even more shocking.
Today for the first time since the tornado hit we've been able to take a camera inside the building.
Take a look at what's left of the primary school.
When you first walk in the view is shocking--- the ceiling is gone, insulation is scattered across the ground.
Taking the walk towards the cafeteria the damage is even worse.
The superintendent told me when they first arrived there was 3 feet of water filling the hallway.
Now-- insulation and broken concrete are everywhere and beams are poking down from the ceiling.
If you look up you can see right through the roof to the sky.
Walking back further into the school--- classroom windows are broken and the ceiling is caving in.
Teachers and staff are working against the clock as more rain is damaging whatever is left inside.
Wigley- "right now we are loading trucks and doing the best we can, managing our plans around the weather.
As the weather changes we are adjusting our plans and moving the best we can."
Those trucks are heading to storage or brindlee mountain high school.
Live in marshall county sierra phillips waay31 news.
We learned there's a deputy on campus 24-7 since the tornado touched down.
They're stationed there to make sure nothing is stolen while crews sort through the debris and move items to other schools.
Churches and other school districts across north alabama are lending a helping hand.
There were more than 150 volunteers at the school yesterday.
The marshall county schools superintendent also says you can help them financially.
You can donate to a disaster recovery account for the school.
If you want to donate - you can do so at any citizens bank and trust location in north alabama.
School officials say a "go fund me" page