NewsEducation / October 19, 2017

Decision On Broad Ripple Property Expected Mid-year Of 2018

The Broad Ripple Village Association survey cites more than 86 percent of respondents favor a community-driven purpose for the property.Indianapolis Public Schools, Broad Ripple, Broad Ripple Village Association2017-10-19T00:00:00-04:00
Decision On Broad Ripple Property Expected Mid-year Of 2018

Indianapolis Public Schools

The Broad Ripple Village Association surveyed residents and local business owners about possibilities for re-using the closing Broad Ripple High School. Longtime resident and board member of the association Gary Price says the reuse needs to be community-driven. 

“It’d be nice to have a community element built into it. Something like a community hall or a community meeting place," Price says.

Indianapolis Public Schools spokesperson Carrie Cline Black says all options for the property are on table, but no decision will be made this school year.

“Our IPS Board of School Commissioners will not vote on the sale of the Broad Ripple property before the end of the school year, so we will not be making any decision on that property until mid-year 2018," Black says.

Black says IPS will factor community input into its decision. The Broad Ripple Village Association survey cites more than 86 percent of respondents favor a community-driven purpose for the property.

 

 

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