On Wednesday, May 17, athletes from across southeastern Wisconsin were honored at the inaugural Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Awards, several Elmbrook athletes were honored.
Brookfield Central graduate Patty Metropulos ('84), and Brookfield East graduate, David Ricther ('87), are the recipients of the District's 2017 Alumni Excellence awards.
The Boswell Book Company is the recipient of the District's 2017 Excellence in a Community Partnership award! This award will be presented as part of the Engaged in Excellence Awards event on Monday, May 22, at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center.
On May 10, Swanson Elementary students were recognized for their support of the Gold in September (G9) Penny Wars, a national effort to raise awareness and support for childhood cancer research.
Brookfield Central Senior, Caitlin Locante, was named one of 32 statewide Scholar Athletes by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) and Marshfield Clinic.
The School District of Elmbrook is proud to announce that Brookfield East Senior, Colin Gray-Hoehn, has been named a U.S. Presidential Scholar for the state of Wisconsin!
On May 4, Drew Daywalt, best-selling author of The Day The Crayons Quit visited Tonawanda Elementary to speak to over 300 students and read his latest book, The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors.
Forty-seven individuals and five teams have been selected as Finalists from over 300 nominations for the District's Engaged in Excellence Awards.
On Wednesday, April 19, Elmbrook computer science teams took first and second place at the Marquette University Computer Programming Competition!
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