Studebaker School SNAP program moving to McKinley Elementary

SOUTH BEND, Ind. --South Bend School announced the Studebaker School's SNAP (Special Needs and Abilities Preschool) Program, classrooms, and general education preschool classroom will move to the McKinley Elementary School building for the 2024-25 school year.

Parents and guardians can call McKinley Elementary School at (574) 393-3300, and SNAP staff will be available to answer calls at this number after July 18.

Current McKinley students will go to Edison, which will become a pre-K through eighth grade school with a dual language magnet program.

School officials say McKinley students will fill lower grade levels at the Edison building.

Families whose children ride or plan to ride the bus to and from school will have transportation arrangements revised to accommodate transport.

Officials say pick-up and drop-off times for the upcoming school year may change, and detailed times and bus numbers will be released in the fall.

Officials add detailed information such as each child's teacher, carline procedures, and classroom needs will be provided before the start of school in the fall.

The school year will start on September 4.

Officials say program times will remain unchanged for SNAP program students.

McKinley Elementary School is located at 228 N. Greenlawn Ave.

Parents and guardians with any questions are encouraged to contact the special education office at (574) 393-6119 or [email protected].

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