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There are a number of ways for families to get involved in the Elmbrook Schools through various parent-led organizations that help strengthen our schools and best equip our students to thrive in school and post-graduation. We encourage you to share your time and talents in a number of ways, from PTOs and Booster Clubs to fundraising and community events, there’s a place for everyone!  Becoming a volunteer helps keep our schools, teams, clubs, fine arts, and events successful throughout the district. Volunteering is also a great way to network with fellow families and community members, while building relationships with school and district staff. Serving in a parent-led organization is a rewarding experience that strengthens the fabric of our Elmbrook community.

Below are opportunities for you to get engaged by level. Once you’ve found your interest and passion, please be sure to complete the required Volunteering Application and Background Screener.

School-Level Opportunities

District-Level Opportunities

  • Career Speakers: Our District frequently offers students perspectives on different jobs for Career Days and Guest Speaker opportunities. If you are interested in sharing your expertise or an opportunity with our students, please indicate your interest here.

  • Elmbrook Education Foundation (EEF): The EEF is a non-profit organization that has provided scholarships and grants to Elmbrook students and schools for over 60 years and supports district-wide initiatives to help students and staff continue to thrive. Donate or volunteer today!

  • EEF’s Intergenerational Program: EEF’s Intergenerational Program provides adults of all ages opportunities to meaningfully connect with our Elmbrook students through academic support. Literacy and math volunteers and special topic presenters are invited to apply.

  • Elmbrook Parent Network: A parent-to-parent, connection-based organization which addresses parent concerns on academic & social issues, providing parents with the tools and resources to assist them in guiding their children as they grow and become good decision makers.

  • Gifted and Talented Parent Advisory Organization (GTPAO): The GTPAO is a parent group committed to supporting other parents and fostering dialogue between each other and Elmbrook staff to ensure that all students receive an appropriate education that meets their needs.

  • LAUNCH: LAUNCH is a collaborative program with local businesses and high school juniors and seniors. The program provides our students with real-world experiences in business while businesses get to leverage student talents. The program is available for interested businesses (small, medium, large, entrepreneurs) and volunteers who want to get involved as project partners, sponsors, career speakers, and more! We want students to connect with professionals who can connect, inspire, and inform them of the future of work. Learn more and submit your interest here.

  • Special Education Engagement NetworkSEEN is a parent group dedicated to advocating for and supporting families of children with unique abilities and educational needs.

Volunteers help our schools and district operate smoothly every day so that our educators can focus on providing world-class education to our students, and we are grateful to everyone that dedicates their time and energy to creating an incredible space for our students to thrive and grow.

Thank you for your consideration,
Elmbrook Public Relations