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Welcome to the 2nd annual Explore STEAM event

presented by Generac and Milwaukee Tool

Join us Wednesday, February 28th from 4:30-7pm at the Brookfield Central High School Main Gym for a hands-on, interactive adventure for the whole family!  

Explore the world of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)! 


Support our students as they raise funds for future competitions.  

2nd year Team Alpha Geek, an FLL robotics team consisting of nine students from Burleigh Elementary and Pilgrim Park Middle School, is fundraising to compete at the FIRST Robotics World Championship in Houston, TX, in April!  The team won the Wisconsin state championship in February and will be representing our state at the event.  Funds raised will support registration fees, robot and project supplies, and accommodations!  To learn more about Team Alpha Geek, click here.

Check out the Team Alpha Geek Silent Auction, items #201-204.  


5th year Team B.U.I.L.D. will be traveling to the Western Edge Open in Long Beach, CA after placing 3rd at the Wisconsin state championship!  This is the team's second consecutive year traveling to an international post-season competition. Funds raised will be used to support additional innovation project work, STEAM outreach, SPIKE robot supplies, and registration fees.  To learn more about Team B.U.I.L.D., their innovation project, and robot game click here or follow them on Twitter at @league_lego

 Check out the Team B.U.I.L.D. Silent Auction, items #101-119.  


Elmbrook Elementary-Level Science Club is fundraising for qualified students to travel to Orlando in May to compete in the International Academic Competition's National Science Bee. Funds raised will also support the group's purchase of practice materials and equipment.

Science Club members will be selling refreshments and baked goods throughout the event.  


HOSA is a global CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) with a mission to promote career opportunities and inspire future leaders in the healthcare industry. Through competitions, leadership opportunities, service, and recognition events, HOSA plays a pivotal role in shaping over 260,000 students (across 4,500 global chapters) into future healthcare leaders. Since its official start in 2018, our chapter at Brookfield Central has grown in size to currently having over 80 members, many of whom have represented our school at the state and even international level through HOSA.

HOSA students will be selling first aid kits at the event.  


To contribute to these groups, please bring cash or check to the event.

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Wednesday, February 28th


Brookfield Central Main Gym

This year, funds raised will go towards our $100,000 commitment to the new Robotics and Automation Space at Brookfield East High School. In order to meet new industry demands and respond to high student interest in authentic, hands-on experiences, the District has invested $1.6 million in the renovation of a classroom space for a new Robotics and Automation course, as well as a dedicated, full-size competition space for its state champion robotics club. The EEF commitment will support the purchase of new technology, robotics and automation tools, storage, and design/build furniture for the Elmbrook Robotics space.

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Elmbrook Education Foundation

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