The Brandywine School District said it is considering mixing the old with the new if a part of the former Brandywine Country Club is donated to it by a builder.
Superintendent Lincoln Hohler unveiled preliminary blueprint for a 43-acre portion of the closed Country Club site off Shipley Road which is expected to be divided with a new Capano Development neighborhood.
There was a push for Capano to donate that land to New Castle County or the Brandywine School District, as the neighborhood project has been downsized in recent years due to concerns including any possible connection of Concord Pike and Shipley Road.
Hohler said the timing was perfect, with too many requests for the Charles Bush Early Learning Center, a new building was needed, and he planned to show it to Secretary of Education Dr. Susan Bunting in the coming weeks.
“You will be able to see the tight quarters firsthand and see the waiting list we have on file, the apparent and abundant need to speed up the construction of a center because right now we have students who …
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