Kendra Scott will be hosting a jewelry party on April 28 from 6-8pm with 20% of proceeds benefitting the Elmbrook Education Foundation!
The event raised nearly $50 thousand dollars for the district's LAUNCH program that begins this September.
Nineteen applications were received through the new online process, with a total of $12,150 awarded to this years recipients.
The event raised over $2,000 for the Foundation.
On Wednesday, February 8, the Elmbrook Education Foundation partnered with the Waukesha County Community Foundation for a networking event with seven area educational foundations.
Please welcome our new 2016-17 EEF Intern, Jay Van Ert. Jay has been an accomplished student at BEHS. He partcipates in Football, Basketball, Baseball and DECA, all while maintaining excellent grades. Jay will be graduating from Brookfield East in June and will be attending UW-Madison in the fall with a focus on Business.
Once again, the Elmbrook community graciously demonstrated their support at the Elmbrook Education Foundation Ladies' Night. The 2016 event raised its largest total to date – over $64,000.
The Elmbrook Education Foundation is excited for our 2017 Innovation Grant cycle. As always, we are looking for new, creative and innovative ways to educate and engage students in our district.
Ladies' Night EARLY BIRD Registration ends November 6. Please view our video below to learn more about the Elmbrook Education Foundation's 13th Annual Ladies Night.
Register now at http://Ladies2016.gesture.com
Over $1,220,000 in scholarships have been given to graduating seniors
Over $354,000 in grants have been given to educators for innovative instruction
Raised at 2016 Ladies Night
Raised for new Elmbrook LAUNCH program