The Elmbrook Education Foundation (EEF) proudly announces the addition of four scholarships for this year’s graduating seniors of the School District of Elmbrook. Scholarships are administered and awarded on behalf of our generous donors.
“I am incredibly grateful to our leadership team for making these scholarships possible for students,” said Mark Hansen, Superintendent. “Our leadership team is committed to removing barriers to a high-quality education for all students, and our support of these scholarships was a natural extension of our mission-driven work.”
In February, the Elmbrook administration team announced the Leadership Appeal to raise $6000 to fund four scholarships. School and District Administrators along with School Board members donated to this appeal in support of the students of Elmbrook.
“These scholarships reflect our District’s values and hopefully will inspire the next generation of leaders in our community,” added Chris Thompson. “We are grateful to the EEF and its work in our community on behalf of our students.”
The four (4) $1,500 scholarships include:
- Elmbrook Future Teacher Scholarship: for an Elmbrook graduate who plans to pursue a teaching degree.
- Elmbrook Schools Impact Scholarship: for an Elmbrook graduate who has demonstrated outstanding service to one’s peers and/or school community while in high school.
- (2) Elmbrook Become What’s Next Scholarships: based on need and intended to inspire greatness in the pursuit of one’s future endeavors
The Elmbrook Education Foundation (EEF) was organized in 1958 to award scholarships to select Brookfield High School graduates. In 1999, the Foundation’s mission expanded to include teacher grants for innovative projects that benefit all students. The EEF raises money to support and strengthen outstanding learning ideas that improve the overall educational quality of our public schools. To date, the EEF has awarded over $1,400,000 in scholarships and over $500,000 in grants which enhanced and extended the established curriculum and supported projects that are beyond the district’s budget.
This release was also publicized by WisBusiness here.