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At the regular board meeting on May 21, the Elmbrook Board of Education approved leadership changes at both Brookfield Elementary and Swanson Elementary. At Brookfield Elementary, Principal Erin King will assume the District role of Assistant Director of Student Services. Current Associate Principal Amy Benotch will move into the role as Principal, and Carolyn Schroeder has been named Associate Principal. At Swanson, Lindy DesJarlais has been named the next Associate Principal, following the upcoming departure of Christie Johnson.

Read Full Story about Board Approves New Leadership Changes
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Elmbrook Schools has been named one of the Best Communities for Music Education by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation. Elmbrook is one of only 975 Districts from across the country to receive this year’s award, which serves as a testament to the exceptional music education opportunities and dedicated staff in our schools.

Read Full Story about Elmbrook Recognized As A ‘Best Community for Music Education’
Rohin Gupta

Rohin Gupta, a Sophomore at Brookfield East High School, was selected as a delegate for this summer’s Youth Leadership Forum by the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (WBPDD) in Madison. Each year, only 25 students from across the state are selected as delegates based on their leadership potential and active participation in the school community.

Read Full Story about Brookfield East Student Selected for Wisconsin Youth Leadership Forum
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Two Elmbrook FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) teams and one FIRST Lego League (FLL) team competed in the FIRST Robotics World Championships in Houston, TX in April. Only three FTC teams were selected to represent the State of Wisconsin, and two of them were from Elmbrook: Rising Rhinobots (Team #16310) and GEarheads (Team #16460)! In addition, BEAST Robotics (FRC #2202) co-team captain Noah Ren was named one of ten Dean’s List Award Winners at the World Championships for his exemplary leadership.

Read Full Story about Elmbrook Robotics Teams Represented at FIRST World Championships