INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Wayne Township school have canceled class Thursday in light of Officer Bradway's funeral services.
A major portion of the funeral procession includes Wayne Township.
Click here for information on Officer Bradway's services.
There will be no classes for Wayne Twp. schools Thursday due to traffic concerns safety of the students, the school announced Tuesday.
"We believe the processional will arrive in Wayne Township by 1:30 p.m. and could last several hours causing great concern on our ability to provide afternoon bus transportation for our students in a timely manner," the school said in a letter to parents Tuesday.
Read the full letter to parents here.
Although classes are canceled, after school events at the secondary schools will go on as normal.
The YMCA of Greater Indiana announced they will offer all day child care on Thursday for Wayne Twp. families in need of help with child care. The cost is $36 per child.
Before serving as an IMPD officer, Bradway was a member of the Wayne Township Fire Department.
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