Two Elmbrook students, Brookfield East High School senior Bridget Berens and Brookfield Central senior Riley Feng, were awarded Excellence Scholarships on behalf of the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation.
Staff members, students, families, and alumni are invited to submit a nomination for someone who has been 'excellent' this year and should be considered for an "Engaged in Excellence Award." Last year we received over 750 nominations and we hope to exceed that this year. Submit your nomination today or, read more to learn about the 5th Annual Elmbrook Schools Engaged in Excellence Awards.
On January 9, Elmbrook Schools hosted a sold-out FACEBrook intergenerational, inter-district book club discussion at the Brookfield Public Library in partnership with Elmbrook Parent Network and Nicolet, Greenfield, and Glendale - River Hills districts. The discussion centered around diversity with a focus on Trevor Noah's Born a Crime and Meg Belviso and Pam Pollack's Who Was Nelson Mandela?.
The work of these site coordinators has created a smooth transition for our AVID students from middle to high school, allowing for continued academic growth and stability in learning.
Pilgrim Park Middle School students held three performances of their 2020 musical The Lion King, Jr. at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center from February 6-8 including a sold-out Saturday performance. With rehearsals beginning in November, the production involved 105 sixth through eighth-grade students as both members of the cast and crew along with countless parent volunteers.
Five candidates are vying for three seats on the School District of Elmbrook Board of Education. Each Board member represents the entire school district. All residents are able to select one candidate for each seat. A primary election will be held Tuesday, February 18, 2020 for the At-Large Seat. The general election for all three seats will be held April 7, 2020.
The February 10, 2020 Board Candidate Forum, sponsored by Elmbrook Parent Network, is available for viewing by clicking here.
On Saturday, February 1, 107 students from 31 schools around the Brookfield area gathered to participate in the 2020 Spartan Chess Open at Brookfield East High School. The inclusive event allows scholastic players to compete in three different divisions: K-5, K-8, and K-12.
The students of Wisconsin Hills Middle School performed three sold-out shows of their 2020 musical Frozen, Jr. at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center from January 31 to February 1. This year's production included 98 students as both cast members and stage crew along with numerous parent volunteers.
Elmbrook's 4th Annual HeritageFest celebrated cultures, languages, traditions and food from over 30 different countries attracted nearly 1,000 people to Brookfield East High School on Wednesday, January 29.
ACT Composite Score (24.4)
Among Wisconsin School Districts
Graduates Engaged on the
of Five School Districts in the
State to Earn the Highest Bond Rating
Significantly Exceeds Rating
Score on WI Report Card
State Place-winning Athletic
Teams in 2016
of Middle & High School Students
Participate in Clubs & Activities
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