Attention All Students:
If you are interested in adjusting your schedule for next term, you must do so PRIOR to the start of term 3. Counselors will NOT change schedules afte
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR JUNIORS
On Tuesday, March 3rd 2020, all JUNIORS will be taking the ACT Plus Writing during the school day at Brookfield East High School. Students do NOT need to register or pay for this ACT, however they will for any future, national test dates. The scores from this test administration are admissible to colleges. Students will have the opportunity to send the score from this test to up to four colleges for free. If results are sent at a later time, ACT charges $13 per school they release the scores to.
Students should take some time to prepare for the March 3rd ACT using the free resources linked below. Contact Mrs. McKenna if you have questions.
See below for more information
Come cheer on the STARS Hockey Team as they faceoff against Appleton United this Friday, January 24th. The puck drops at 6:30pm at The Ponds. The STARS, in partnership with Elmbrook Youth Hockey, will recognize the Joe Offutt Family, as we kick-off this Concussion Awareness Event.
Check out this week's Athletics & Activities Newsletter and the Athletes of the Week!
Brookfield East Debate Team had an outstanding performance at the state tournament.
Houtman's visit was in promotion of her book, Troublemaker for Justice, a biography on the life of civil rights leader and social justice activist, Bayard Rustin.
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 East students had four phenomenal musical performances of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts.