BCSC did renovate a portion the old Lincoln Township High School building built in 1957 to accommodate preschool students, opening that facility in 2013; however the first preschool classes in BCSC were in 1995. Preschool classes for students with special needs are mandated by Indiana law. BCSC accommodated those students in various elementary schools—basically whatever school had open classrooms. As enrollment grew, the elementary school classrooms were needed for students in grade K-5, so a new location was needed for the preschool students. The renovated facility freed up much needed classroom space in the elementary schools and provided a facility just for preschool students. This was accomplished economically by finding a new use for an old space. With enrollment growing, there is a need to increase the size of the preschool.
Yes, the Town of Brownsburg communicates the number of new home permits and readily shares information about available lots for home construction and potential new housing additions. It is important to note that the Town of Brownsburg only provides home permits to new home construction within the town's limits as they have no jurisdiction or control over development in neighborhoods located outside the town limits but still in the Brownsburg Community School District boundaries such as Eagle Crossing, Williamsburg Villages, etc. For those seeking to build outside of the Town of Brownsburg but within Brown and Lincoln Townships, permits are issued by Hendricks County. BCSC provides requested information to the Town of Brownsburg; however, the school corporation has no approval or oversight regarding any aspects of construction in town or outside town in Brown and Lincoln Townships.
The state requires all school corporations to be audited every two years. This process ensures that everything done meets stringent state requirements. The external monitoring provides the public with an oversight and review of how their tax dollars are spent.