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After 40 years in the classroom, the superintendent of Brownsburg Schools retires



Indianapolis, Indiana – Jim Snapp, the Brownsburg Community Schools Corporation superintendent, declared his retirement on Monday.

After conferring with the Board of Trustees, doctorate-holding Snapp announced his retirement. Addressing “issues relating to administrative concerns in his role as superintendent,” the board stated in a press release.

With a forty-year history in teaching, Snapp claims that deciding to retire was not an easy decision.

“I thank the Board of Trustees for their support over the last 14 years. It has been the joy of my professional life to lead the school corporation that did so much for me as a student many years ago. I have had the distinct privilege of serving alongside the most incredible, dedicated people I have known.” said Snapp.

The statement claims that Snapp’s direction has contributed to the district’s remarkable success rate, which includes:

• Brownsburg Schools becoming the highest achieving school corporation in Indiana based on state standardized assessment for seven consecutive years.
• Five schools being named National Blue Ribbon Schools in the past eight years.
• The Class of 2023 having a graduation rate of 99%.
• Highest achieving athletic and fine arts programs in Indiana.
• BCSC being the fastest growing school corporation in 2022.

Acting superintendents are Assistant Superintendents Shane Hacker and Kat Jessup.

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