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News

3 robotics teams

This year, robotics teams across Elmbrook were programmed for success! In March, four FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) teams from the District competed in the State Competition and BEAST Robotics competed in two Regional FIRST Robotics Competitions (FRC). From these challenges, three teams advanced to the Worlds Competition in Houston, TX this past April: BEAST Robotics, the GEarheads, and Team Hazmat. Elmbrook students competed in front of an audience of approximately 35,000 at the FIRST Worlds Competition.

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science bee students

Dixon Third Graders Cameron Drees and Anirudh Sai Muralidharan qualified for the IAC National Science Bee that will take place in Orlando this coming June. Cameron placed 6th among 40 candidates while participating in the online regional finals for the Midwest States and Anirudh placed 10th among 40 candidates in the online regional finals for the West Coast States. These strong performances advanced both boys to the National level!

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3 versiti student honorees

Two Brookfield Central students and one Brookfield East student have earned the Honor of being named Versiti Leaders For Life for their work with Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin. Aarav Barde (Brookfield Central), Aubrey McNab (Brookfield Central), and Charlotte Sawicki (Brookfield East) completed the program to earn a certificate and Graduation Honor Cord for their accomplishments.

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EEF presenting checks

At the Board of Education meeting on May 10, Beth Dobrzynski, the Executive Director of the Elmbrook Education Foundation (EEF), presented checks to Elmbrook Schools for educational supplies. The first check was for $25,000 that was raised on behalf of Sensory Kits for elementary schools to benefit our youngest learners. The second check was presented to Pilgrim Park Tech Ed Teacher Sara Lieske on behalf of an anonymous donor to be used for a second laser engraver to help production of student projects.

We are continuously grateful to the EEF for their continued support and contributions to our students and their learning development.

Read Full Story about EEF Presents Checks for Sensory Tool Kits, Laser Engraver
EiE Winners 2022

On Monday, May 2, Elmbrook Schools held the 7th Annual Engaged in Excellence Awards Red Carpet Gala at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, sponsored by the Elmbrook Education Foundation. The event celebrated numerous individual and team finalists, alumni, 2021-22 retirees, and community partner honorees. The event was held in-person and was open to the public for the first time since 2019!

The evening was a mix of sincerity, comedy, and appreciation, and included an emotional tribute to Elmbrook retirees, roving interviews, and more!

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On Monday, May 2, retiring employees were honored at the District's 7th Annual Engaged in Excellence Awards. 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. Congratulations to all retirees listed below.

Generations of learners and educators contributed to create this emotional Video Tribute to our retirees entitled, “When I Grow Up”

Read Full Story about Elmbrook Honors Class of 2022 Retirees

    By The Numbers

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    #4

    ACT Composite Score (24.4)
    Among Wisconsin School Districts

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    1,400+

    Graduates Engaged on the
    Alumni Network

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    1

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

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    87.6

    Significantly Exceeds Rating
    Score on WI Report Card

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    6

    State Place-winning Athletic
    Teams in 2016

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    80%

    of Middle & High School Students
    Participate in Clubs & Activities

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    95%

    Staff Retention Rate

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    72%

    Budget Spent on Instruction

     

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    1,000+

    People Receive Alumni Spotlights on LinkedIn