New Indian Creek Elementary gets approval




A mother worries each day about her third-grade child who has asthma, but those concerns are heightened when she sends him to his elementary school because of air quality.

Her husband works for the White River Township Fire Department and has participated in school shooter training, and he has concerns over the safety of the entrance to Indian Creek Elementary School.

Five residents spoke during a Nineveh-Hensley-Jackson Schools public hearing on an addition to the intermediate school that would allow the elementary school to move there. The school board voted 3-2 to approve the $10 million project.

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