How to Volunteer in Elmbrook
The School District of Elmbrook welcomes family and community volunteers to support our students and staff throughout the year. Volunteer opportunities exist in school classrooms and libraries, as well as through participation in school and district committees, focus groups, athletic or performing arts events, and several parent organizations. Volunteers provide supervision on field trips, plan school community events, offer fundraising and donation support, and actively engage in classrooms to support student learning. Each year, Elmbrook families and community members contribute thousands of hours of service and raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in support of our students, programs and schools. Thank you!
To ensure the safety of our students, beginning on September 1, 2015 all volunteers who may have unsupervised contact with students will be required to have an approved criminal background check prior to volunteering. Background checks are required for any volunteer (including parents) who meets any of the following criteria:
• the volunteer will have unsupervised contact with students
• the volunteer has a regular or ongoing assignment at the school;
• the volunteer will be off campus with students in an unsupervised situation, including chaperoning field trips;
• the volunteer is a mentor to a student or students;
• the volunteer is a coach or club advisor; OR
• the volunteer is unknown to the school or department staff.
Please read the full policy for more details.
If you are new to our District or are in need of renewing your Volunteer Application, please follow the steps below:
All 3 steps are required.
Confidentiality and student safety are paramount within Elmbrook School District for staff and volunteers. As a volunteer in Elmbrook Schools, you are requested to be aware of and agree to the required expectations and responsibilities on confidentiality and safety, which are consistent with those for all district employees.
Please click on this form, read the Practice Statement 4530, fill in the fields and submit.
All Volunteer Applications will be kept in a confidential manner in the District Human Resources office. Volunteers that are approved will need to re-submit an Application
If you're interested in uploading the school bus app, following these instructions:
* Upload "herecomesthebus" app
* Enter Your Child's Student ID Number
* Enter School Code 83571
Thank you to the Trinity Irish Dancers for their performance for Dixon staff and students.
The Riddlers are excited to tell you they won 1st place in the Elementary Level Scientific Challange - Medical Mystery! They will be moving onto the state DI tournament on April 13th at UW-Green Bay. Thank you to all of the Dixon families and teachers who came.
The Riddlers: Mason Braley, Laura Dressler, Hannah Koepsell, Gabriella Kovacic, Nova Subedi, Melissa Dressler, Jake Walrath
Seven Dixon Teams Competed at the Regional Destination Imagination Tournament on March 9th
Dixon was well represented again this year with seven teams participating in the regional Destination Imagination Tournament. Three K-2nd grade teams competed at the Rising Stars level, and four 3-5th grade teams competed at the Challenge level, all showing off their hard work and creative solutions to their selected Destination Imagination challenges. We are so proud of the hard work done by all of the teams, students learned not only about their challenge topics but also about working together as a team!
Congratulations to The Riddlers, who competed in the Medical Mystery scientific category! They took first place and will be representing Dixon at the state competition in April! Team members Mason Braley, Laura Dressler, Melissa Dressler, Hannah Koepsell, Gabriella Kovacic, Nova Subedi and Jake Walrath are shown with team Managers Katie Koepsell and Ana Kovacic in the attached photo. The Riddlers will once again present their unique challenge solution at the state DI tournament on April 13th in Green Bay - we wish them the best of luck!
Dixon students raised $7,500 for Fisher House Wisconsin through their student-led production of the Nutcracker ballet. Fisher House Foundation is a network of comfort homes where military and veterans' families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving medical treatment.
Dixon’s basketball team with 4th and 5th grade girls took first place in the Brookfield Park and Recreation basketball tournament.
We donated $7500 to the Fisher House. Over 100 Dixon students participated in this Nutcracker performance, which is run by Dixon Middle and high school alumni!
Significantly Exceeds Rating Score
on WI Report Card
of 4th & 5th Grade Students in
Band or Orchestra
Raised through the Empty Bowls Project Benefiting the Milwaukee Rescue Mission
Clubs and Activities Offered
Student and Staff Service Projects in 2017-18