The Elmbrook Education Foundation's Legacy Fund represents the community's investment in the future of our school district.
To sustain educational excellence through the funding of innovative ideas and programming across the district.
To grow a $5 million Legacy Fund over the next five years.
The Legacy Fund offers four distinct opportunities for alumni, community members, parents, staff members, and corporations to direct their pledges in support of the Elmbrook Schools.
Click on the tabs below to learn more about each individual opportunity.
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- Future Teachers in Elmbrook
- Endowed Chair Positions
- Facility Fund
- Student Internship Program
- Legacy Fund Printable Pledge Form
A $1 million fund that will provide scholarships to graduates of Elmbrook high schools who pursue a career in education.
Future Teachers in Elmbrook
To provide financial incentives for Elmbrook alumni who have earned a teaching license to return to Elmbrook as a teacher. The endowment will provide Elmbrook alumni teachers financial support for student loans or provide financial support for alumni to earn advanced degrees/certifications.
A $1 million fund that will provide year-long support for Elmbrook educators to focus on a project, idea, or concept and bring it to deployment.
Endowed Chair Positions
The Endowed Chair Position will be established in order to inspire program innovation to sustain the Elmbrook school district’s competitive advantage. The holder of the endowed chair position will lead district efforts to establish innovative programs in the areas of biomedical engineering, leadership, and the performing arts. A $1 million fund will provide year-long support for Elmbrook educators to focus on a project, idea, or concept and bring it to deployment. Community and business partnerships, advanced college and career opportunities, and visionary leadership will expand both students’ and staff members’ capabilities.
A $2.5 million fund that will allow for the development of a long-term vision to provide high-quality facilities to support and increase educational excellence.
The Facility Fund will support high-visibility improvement projects, such as athletic and training fields, innovative classrooms, and collaboration spaces, which have historically been supported by school-based parent groups or the district. This $2.5 million fund will allow for the development of a long-term vision to provide high-quality facilities to support and increase educational excellence. The sale of naming rights and rental of shared community spaces will result in creative business and community partnerships which utilize high-profile multi-purpose facilities.
A $500,000 fund that will provide internship experiences to nearly half of the district’s students and create a meaningful bridge between their K-12 academic experience and a field of work in which they are interested.
Student Internship Program
The Student Internship Program will offer high school seniors the opportunity to apply academic knowledge to workplace settings. This $500,000 fund will provide internship experiences to nearly half of the district’s students and create a meaningful bridge between their K-12 academic experience and a field of work in which they are interested. The internship program will be administered by staff at each high school and guided by a Student Internship Advisory Board consisting of students, parents, and local employers.