On Monday, May 14, athletes from across southeastern Wisconsin were honored at the second annual Milwaukee Journal Sentinel High School Sports Awards. High school students from across the district were nominated for various awards in their respective sports.
Wisconsin Hills students Tania Mishra, Stephanie Hoffman, and Mallory McGuire have been named finalists for this year's ProjectCSGIRLS programming competition.
Brookfield Central Class of 1986
Brookfield Central graduate, Mary Gallagher, is a comedian and actress who has appeared on a number of America's favorite television shows and will have her stand up featured on Late Night with Stephen Colbert on May 18!
On Monday, May 7, retiring employees and employees with 25+ years of service were honored at the District's 3rd Annual Engaged in Excellence Event. We celebrate their achievements and thank them for their contributions in making Elmbrook a great place to learn, a great place to work and a great school district.
We invite our alumni from both Brookfield Central and Brookfield East to join the new, Elmbrook Schools Alumni Network! Help us build a network of Elmbrook Alumni across the globe - sign up now at alumni.elmbrookschools.org.
The Third Annual Engaged in Excellence Awards Red Carpet Gala took place Monday, May 7 at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center. In addition to honoring retirees and staff achieving years of service milestones, over 80 individuals (including four teams) were celebrated as finalists in 14 award different award categories.
Brookfield Central Senior and Gymnastic State Champion, Lexi Romero was named one of 33 statewide Scholar Athletes by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) and Marshfield Clinic.
The School District of Elmbrook is proud to announce that Brookfield East Senior, Julian Rhee has been named a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts, and Brookfield Central Senior, Sophia Sun, has been named a U.S. Presidential Scholar!
On Wednesday, May 2, Erin Entrada Kelly spoke to 600 students at Burleigh Elementary.
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