Brookfield Central Junior Carter VanHaren has been selected as one of four finalists for the Junior Achievement of Wisconsin's Young Entrepreneur of the Year contest! Carter's business, American Maker, creates custom branded wooden, metal, acrylic, and LED signs that are used all over Instagram and beyond.
Brookfield East Head Boys Track & Field coach Mike Steiner has retired from his position after 17 seasons. Throughout his years as head coach, Coach Steiner's teams have won 28 Greater Metro Conference championships, including 11 indoor titles, 9 relay championships, and 8 conference outdoor titles.
Brookfield East Coach Mike Rose has been named the recipient of the the 2019-20 National Federation of State High School Association's (NFHS) Central Section Girls Swimming Coach of the Year! This award follows Rose's recognition as NFHS's Coach of the Year for Wisconsin, advancing him in recognition to also encompass Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan.
Brookfield Central Seniors Logan Schauer and Daniel Wietor have qualified for the finals of the 2021 Technicians of Tomorrow (ADAMM) Automotive Competition! In the preliminary round, Logan and Daniel combined to score 102 on the ASE-Maintenance and Light Repair written exam, the highest score of all competing teams. The top six teams from Southeastern Wisconsin qualified for the next level of competition, a hands-on performance to be held at the Greater Milwaukee International Car & Truck Show on May 7th at State Fair Park.
Candidates for the School District of Elmbrook Board of Education will participate in a candidate forum on Monday, February 8 at 6:00 p.m. The forum will be hosted by the Elmbrook Parent Network and Leadership Council (EPLC). To accommodate social distancing requirements, seating is extremely limited and the forum will be broadcast on the District's livestream at elmbrookschools.org/live.
Last evening (January 12th), the School District of Elmbrook's Board of Education approved adding 4-Year-Old Kindergarten (4K) for the 2021-2022 school year by a vote of 5-2. The 4K offering will be tuition-free and hosted at each District elementary school. Prior to the approval, Elmbrook was one of only five Districts across the state to not offer this half-day, educational program to our community.
We are committed to providing families with in-person and virtual learning options throughout this school year. If you would like to request a change to your child's current learning model for Quarter/Term 3 (beginning January 26), please complete the form linked below by 11:59pm on Wednesday, January 6. Read more for additional information and links.
On Wednesday, December 23, Elmbrook Schools, the Waukesha County Food Pantry, and the Brookfield Elm Grove Interfaith Network (BEGIN) provided free meals, outdoor winter clothing, and baby supplies for families in our community. The effort helped to provide food and winter clothing for over 375 individuals in the community this holiday season.
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