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 (EEF) Board is seeking individuals to serve as part of their Board of Directors. Eligible individuals include residents of the Elmbrook School District, alumni of any Elmbrook School, non-resident parents of students currently within the Elmbrook School District (e.g. Chapter 220 or open enrollment) and current/retired Elmbrook staff members. Current areas of interest/expertise sought include alumni and retiree outreach, large event planning, endowment campaigns and accounting/treasurer.
The Board of Directors is comprised of 12-18 community members with staggered terms. Accepted nominations are offered a term of 1-3 years based on the current openings for the area they represent. Board members are expected to attend one meeting a month, support EEF programs and events, and provide a leadership role on at least one committee.
Holly Christina Stahl passed away on December 21st, 2010. Her family has recently established a memorial scholarship fund in her name to be administered by the Elmbook Education Foundation. Holly would have celebrated her 20th birthday on April 13, 2011. Holly was truly a breath of fresh air and will be forever remembered.
Holly was a 2009 honor roll graduate of Brookfield Central High School. She had also attended Wisconsin Hills Middle School and Swanson Elementary School. Her family indicated that Holly was touched by so many wonderful teachers in Elmbrook throughout the years and that Holly was especially inspired by Joyce Sponcia (Grade 3 teacher, retired) and Molly Mathia (Holly’s BCHS English teacher).