The as yet unnamed school suffered significant damage over the weekend.

Pasco School District officials are meeting today with the construction company to determine the cost to repair the new school.

The new elementary, currently referred to as Elementary School #13,  sustained significant damage to walls and support beams from the gusty winds that struck the Tri-Cities Saturday.  Assistant Superintendent John Morgan said  "We don't anticipate any delay in the opening of the new school."

Fowler Construction, who is building the school, will determine the financial damage to the structure.  The school is slated to open for the 2014-2015 school year.

(Photo courtesy of KNDU-TV) .