Those students interested in purchasing a parking hang tag for Semester 2, please pay $100 either by check to Mrs. Taylor in the front office or on MyPaymentsPlus. Parking tags will need to be purchased by February 3rd to avoid parking tickets.
BC Theatre Proudly Presents: FRONT
February 6-8 in the BC Black Box
Set in England during the Blitz, a number of struggling individuals and families come to terms with war and the horrors and tragedies it provides. This includes Judith, a proud matriarch, who works in a factory that makes bomb detonators, her missing husband, Frank, and their two children, Sheila and John, who are forced to grow up much too quickly. A number of other war-torn individuals are also profiled, each butting heads with the raging war. Click here for tickets! Enjoy the show!
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Work permit requests will be accepted Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.
In order to get a work permit you MUST have ALL of the following:
1 - Completed Work Permit Request Form
2 - Birth Certificate OR Verified Baptismal Certificate OR School record showing proof of your age
3 - Social Security Card (You must have the physical card a photocopy or picture will not be accepted)
4 - Letter from the employer stating what you will be doing, how many hours you will be working and your start date
5 - Parent or Guardian signature on the letter from your employer
6 - $10.00 (Check made out to Brookfield Central or cash)
YOU DO NOT NEED A WORK PERMIT IF YOU ARE 16 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER
This 'See Something, Say Something' app can be used to report bullying, self-harm, or concerns about peers or school safety. STOPit allows for two-way communication without identifying the message sender, and is monitored 24x7 for emergency messages.
Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity, and talent of our nation’s youth, and provided opportunities for creative teens to be celebrated.
On January 2, Elmbrook welcomed School Resource Officers Anthony Kader (Brookfield Central) and Stephanie Zartner (Brookfield East). Located in each of our high schools, these officers will strengthen the connection between our schools and the police department, as we work together to ensure the safety of our students and staff.
Brookfield Central Class of 1994
Impassioned by the loss of her mother to cancer, today Seanne Falconer is the Executive Director of the Masonic Cancer Center at University of Minnesota and is working to move the needle towards a cure.
Brookfield Central students had four incredible musical performances at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts for their production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Brookfield Central Boys Soccer Coach, Dan Makal, was named the 2019 Division 2 Coach of the Year by the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association (WSCA). This November, Coach Makal led the BCHS Boys Soccer team to its first WIAA state championship title since 1992.