It appears that the South Bend Community School Corporation is ready to part ways with its downtown headquarters.
The problem, according to Superintendent Todd Cummings is that its location is not exactly ideal for their day to day operations. Parking in the area is often difficult, there are no bus stops, and it has made it difficult to have school board meetings.
Cummings tells WSBT that they are not sure what they would do with the money if it were to sell, noting there hasn’t been an extended conversation on the issue yet. According to tax records the building is worth more than $2 million.
There are also no tentative plans for where the district would move its corporate office too, but another building downtown seems unlikely.