On Tuesday, October 8, author Stacy McAnulty, visited Wisconsin Middle School to speak with over 300 sixth grade students.
This year, the Celebration of Excellence segment of our Board of Education meetings is dedicated to highlighting the work of staff. Through these Staff Spotlights, we celebrate the great work that our staff members do throughout the school year.
Each new spotlight will be posted on our website at elmbrookschools.org/staffspotlights.
We are grateful to the seven Elmbrook Board of Education members for their commitment to staff, students and community. Thank you to Kathryn Wilson, Scott Wheeler, Glen Allgaier, Linda Boucher, Jean Lambert, Allison Malnar and Jian Sun for their service and leadership.
This year, Elmbrook's secondary schools received an incredible donation of eight pallets loaded with over 800 tools from Milwaukee Tool's Technical Education Tool Donation Program. The donation, given to staff members at Brookfield Central, Brookfield East, Pilgrim Park, and Wisconsin Hills, totaled approximately $174,000 in value.
On Wednesday, October 2, Elmbrook hosted a New Family Welcome Night at Burleigh Elementary School. The event orientated new and recently enrolled families to the District and gave the over 80 parents an opportunity to learn about several community resources and parent organizations, as well as participate in roundtable discussions with school and district leaders.
Author Courtney Kotloski and illustrator Natalie Sorrentino visited Swanson Elementary on October 2. Kotloski and Sorrentino spoke to over 400 students in grades 1-3 about their new book, From Malena with Love.
Best-selling children's authors Sean Connolly and Matt Tavares visited Dixon, Tonawanda, and Brookfield Elementary Schools this week for interactive presentations with students.
On Thursday, September 26, Elmbrook's LAUNCH program hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new Bishops Woods location in the Concurrency building. LAUNCH is a program for juniors and seniors that offers career-based learning experiences by partnering with local businesses to solve real-world business problems.
Brookfield Central Class of 1980
Linda Dumke is a 1980 Lancer graduate whose entrepreneurial spirit led her to found and create modern and traditional wooden furniture pieces at Thomas William Furniture with her husband, Tom.
ACT Composite Score (24.4)
Among Wisconsin School Districts
of Five School Districts in the
State to Earn the Highest Bond Rating
Significantly Exceeds Rating
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State Place-winning Athletic
Teams in 2016
of Middle & High School Students
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