Mishawaka, Ind. Could Mishawaka teachers and other school employees be losing their health clinic? That's what many are wondering after Tuesday night's school board meeting.
After adopting the master agreement between the Mishawaka Education Association and the school board, employees were left wondering what would happen with one of their benefits.
The Mishawaka Employee Health Clinic may be closing. There are no answers as the why, and many do not want to speculate.
"We are currently in the process of taking a look at the continuation of the health clinic as it evolved from the discussion with our teachers in the contract negotiations but the health care clinic is still not a settled matter and it is not part of the negotiated agreement," says Dr. Terry Barker the superintendent of the School City of Mishawaka.
Nothing is officially set in stone yet, and the clinic is currently open. The board and others will be discussing and analyzing its future in the coming weeks.