Updated April 16, 2020
Governor Declares Schools Closed for the Remainder of the Year
This afternoon, Governor Evers extended the Safer at Home order through Tuesday, May 26, and also declared that all public and private K-12 schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. The District’s Senior Leadership team is meeting on Friday (Apr 17) to discuss sustaining our approach to virtual learning and how the Governor's decision will impact events typically held at the end of a school year (e.g. graduation, promotion, recognition nights). We are committed to honoring our class of 2020 and finding ways to celebrate the accomplishments and extraordinary effort of all students and staff. Expect more information next week.
Student Meal Program
Elmbrook Schools is offering all children ages 2-18 the option of a free bagged lunch meal for the duration of Virtual Learning, regardless of school attendance area, grade level, or income eligibility. This option is offered as part of the Federal Summer Meals Program, which has been extended to the school year to support all families in need. Please visit our Meals for Students webpage for additional information.
A list of resources for adults and children regarding Group & Community Assistance may be found here.
Virtual Learning will be in place for the duration of the public health emergency and no students will report to school.
- All District buildings will be closed to the public.
- All before and after-school activities and community events held in our facilities are canceled.
- All school playgrounds are closed indefinitely.