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As we look towards the 2021-2022 school year, the Board of Education has approved the offering of a Kindergarten (5K) through 6th grade virtual learning option for families residing in our district, should sufficient enrollment exist by June 30, 2021. The Board considered several factors in making this offering available to families, including the current lack of a COVID-19 vaccine option available for students under the age of 12.

Interested families with students entering kindergarten through 6th grade must indicate their commitment to a virtual learning option using this survey no later than June 30, 2021.

The commitment to this virtual learning option is for the first semester of the 2021-2022 school year (through January 21, 2022). Potential options for the second semester of the school year will be reviewed at a later date. Where sufficient interest in a virtual learning option does not exist, the district will consider multi-age virtual classrooms.

Families planning to engage in in-person instruction next fall do not need to take any action.

Read Full Story about 5K-6 Virtual Learning Option for Fall 2021 (Interest Due June 30)

Aaron LiuOn May 19, Brookfield Central Sophomore Aaron Liu was named the 2021 winner of the U.S. Speedskating Athlete Advisory Council (AAC) Dedication To Sport Award! Aaron accepted his award virtually in front of the U.S. Speedskating Congress, and received the award on behalf of his efforts to build the Elmbrook Speedskating Club which is currently the only school district speedskating club in the United States. 

Read Full Story about BCHS Student, Aaron Liu, Wins US Speedskating Award for Community Impact

A recording of the listening session can be viewed here and a list of factual responses to Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Equity Principles can be found at this webpage.

On Tuesday, May 25, the Board of Education held a special Citizens' Forum Listening Session at Brookfield Central High School which arose following the regular May 11 Board Meeting. The Forum was focused on the District's proposed Equity Principles that are included in the District Strategy Map Draft for 2020-21, and was held because of the community's interest on the topic. 

Read Full Story about Board of Education Holds Listening Session on Equity

students and cerealThe Dixon Elementary community donated a total of 1,686 boxes of cereal to those in need in Waukesha County. On April 20, the Dixon PTO set up all of the boxes for a domino race. The idea for the drive came from Dixon student Olivia Petersen and was coordinated by her and the PTO, with mini-competitions among grade levels throughout the drive. Check out the video of the domino race below and click here to learn more about how you can help or find food security at the Waukesha Food Pantry.

Read Full Story about Dixon Elementary Cereal Race Donates Over 1,600 Boxes to Local Families

The School District of Elmbrook's School Board recognizes the value of public comment on educational issues and the importance of allowing members of the public to express themselves. On Tuesday, May 25 the Board will host a Citizens' Forum at Brookfield Central High School from 6pm-7pm. The forum will be recorded and posted on the District website for viewing. The process and agenda can be viewed here: https://go.boarddocs.com/wi/elmbrook/Board.nsf/Public

Read Full Story about Citizens' Forum Opportunity on Tuesday, May 25

Sneha and RishavSneha Sil (Brookfield Central) and Rishav Kumar (Brookfield East) were both selected as winners for a $2,500 scholarship from the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program. Sil and Kumar are two of 2,500 Merit Scholar designees that were chosen from a talent pool of some 16,000 outstanding Finalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program. Sneha's post-secondary opportunities will focus on Biochemistry and Rishav's focus will be in Business Administration.

Read Full Story about Elmbrook Celebrates Two National Merit Scholarship Winners

    By The Numbers

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    ACT Composite Score (24.4)
    Among Wisconsin School Districts

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    Graduates Engaged on the
    Alumni Network

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

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    Significantly Exceeds Rating
    Score on WI Report Card

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    State Place-winning Athletic
    Teams in 2016

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    of Middle & High School Students
    Participate in Clubs & Activities

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    Staff Retention Rate

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    Budget Spent on Instruction


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