Parents invited to South Bend Schools meeting to talk about possible building changes

(Photo supplied/South Bend Community School Corporation)

A meeting discussing facility planning for South Bend schools is happening tonight.

The community task force is working to figure out next steps for the schools, after tax caps and declining student enrollment.

The South Bend Tribune reports that the district has closed or repurposed seven school building and is working to sell its downtown administration building.

The task force is currently working to use the $32 million dollars out of the districts $54 million referendum.

The task force is now focusing on elementary and middle school feeder patterns.

The meeting is happening at the St. Joseph County Public Library’s Main Branch from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 24.


  1. The SBCSC can get rid of buildings, so long as they buy a new lamination machine for the school victimhood cards. CRT is much more important than any other facet of “education” in that school system. It’s no wonder their enrollment is declining…


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