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EEF Donations

At the November 9 Board of Education meeting, the Elmbrook Education Foundation (EEF) presented checks to the Elmbrook Music and LAUNCH programs in the total amount of $60,000. EEF raised funds throughout the last several years at their events such as Ladies’ Night and the Elmbrook Golf Outing to contribute to the needs of both programs.

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Caitlin Harrison

The School District of Elmbrook is excited to announce Caitlin Harrison as the new Director of Food Services! Caitlin comes to Elmbrook from Pulaski Community School District where she’s served as the Food Service Director since 2012. Prior to that position, Harrison worked with the Green Bay Packers as the Lambeau Field Team Dining Supervisor. Caitlin Harrison replaces Cheryl Peil, who is retiring after serving the Elmbrook Schools for 21 years, and will begin as Director of Food Services on December 15, 2021.

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The School District of Elmbrook "Significantly Exceeds Expectations," according to the Department of Public Instruction who released district and school report cards this week. The District's rating score of 87.6 is the fourth highest of K-12 districts in the state, based on 2020-21 school year data. “These results are reflective of our strong assessment results which include the second highest District ACT score in the state of Wisconsin," said Dr. Mike Sereno, Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning.

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On Tuesday, October 26, the Elmbrook Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the 2021-22 School Year Budget. As part of the budget, the District’s equalized mill rate for resident property taxes will drop to $9.00, the lowest rate in 30 years. The 2021-22 Budget is the latest in a series of sustained, responsible fiscal decisions by the Board of Education that reflect our community's values of strong financial management, long-term planning, and a continued investment in a high-quality education for all students.
 

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    By The Numbers

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    #4

    ACT Composite Score (24.4)
    Among Wisconsin School Districts

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    1,000+

    Graduates Engaged on the
    Alumni Network

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    1

    of Five School Districts in the
    State to Earn the Highest Bond Rating

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    87.6

    Significantly Exceeds Rating
    Score on WI Report Card

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    6

    State Place-winning Athletic
    Teams in 2016

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    80%

    of Middle & High School Students
    Participate in Clubs & Activities

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    95%

    Staff Retention Rate

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    72%

    Budget Spent on Instruction

     

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    1,000+

    People Receive Alumni Spotlights on LinkedIn