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Parents are invited to attend five comprehensive, reflective, and interactive virtual weekly sessions, starting October 6, as Elmbrook Parent Network presents “Leading the Way to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.”  Registration is open and free, thanks to the generosity of Elmbrook Education Foundation: https://www.upliftingimpact.com/elmbrook

 

District residents and alumni Deanna Singh & Justin Ponder will lead this important discussion. Learn more about Deanna & Justin here: https://www.upliftingimpact.com/about

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Here Comes the Bus allows you to view the real-time location of your child's school bus on your smartphone, tablet or computer. With it, you will have the information you need to send your children to the bus stop at just the right time. What's more, you'll have peace of mind knowing your children haven't missed the bus.
Here Comes the Bus is a free application and enables you to:

  • See the location of your child's bus both before and after school
  • Confirm that your child's bus has arrived at the bus stop, at school or both
  • Receive a push notification (iPhone or Android) or email message when the bus is near your stop, has been substituted, or when we have important information to relay.
Read more about Here Comes the Bus app 🚌

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SwansonFest 2020

We are excited to share Virtual Swansonfest with all of you! What is great about this opportunity is that you have the chance to participate in over 60 different sessions! Most of the sessions need limited supplies and the ones that do need things are easy to get!  Another benefit of the Virtual Swansonfest is that the slidedeck will stay active even after May 29. Most of the sessions have videos available to watch, so you have the chance to come back to it and try any of the activities as often as you would like.

Please Click HERE for full text of SwansonFest Kickoff letter.  

Click Here for SwansonFest Slidedeck!

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When it was determined the traditional 5th Grade Recognition Ceremony wouldn't be held at the end of this year, the 5th graders came together to use some of their funds to support a local non-profit.  The students voted and decided to donate $500 to the Elmbrook Humane Society. The gift was received with extreme gratitude, and we are proud of our students for looking for an opportunity to help others during these unprecedented times.

 

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