The Elmbrook Education Foundation supports the students at all 11 of the District's public schools through its Continuing Education Scholarship, Innovation Grant and Super Grant Programs. In addition, the Foundation has established an endowment held by the Waukesha County Community Foundation to provide a source of permanent support for Foundation programs. For more information, please refer to the Foundation's web site.
The Elmbrook Education Foundation completed its fiscal year on June 30th, 2009 and is proud to summarize its accomplishments during the 2008-2009 year.
- $33,000 in Continuing Education Scholarships awarded to 22 graduating seniors from Brookfield Central and Brookfield East High Schools. The EEF has awarded $930,000 in scholarships since 1958.
- $23,500 in innovation grants awarded to 10 Elmbrook schools. The EEF has awarded $215,000 in grants since 2001.
- $10,000 awarded to Elmbrook’s 2 middle schools to leverage technology as part of the new middle school math curriculum. This grant funds the pilot phase with plans to raise funds to complete the implementation in the 2010-2011 school year. The EEF awarded its first technology supergrant ($30,000) to the District’s 2 high schools in 2008.
- The establishment of a new endowment at the Waukesha County Community Foundation to help sustain the Foundation’s programs into the future. Donors can make general donations to this fund and/or set up donor directed funds in their name and be recognized for their support throughout Waukesha County.
The Foundation would like to extend its heartfelt appreciation for the community's continued support of Foundation programs. The Foundation marched in the City's 4th of July parade along with recent Scholarship winners, grant recipients, and key club volunteers from Brookfield Central High School.