The Brown Deer Scholarship Fund is in its 39th year of raising funds to support graduating seniors of Brown Deer High School. This is a year of transition for the Scholarship Fund, as they are transferring their role to the Education Foundation, following the 2014-15 campaign. You may read the Scholarship Fund's letter to the community here.
This year there will be no door-to-door campaign. Donors are asked to contribute directly to Tri-City Bank or online through FirstGiving or PayPal. More information and links for online donating are available on our website. Any gift large or small is appreciated. If you have any questions, please email them to BDSCHOLARSHIPS@wi.rr.com.
Peachjar Electronic Flyers for Parents
The School District of Brown Deer has implemented a new electronic flyer distribution system. Parents will be receiving an email from Peachjar with login and password information. This will allow parents to set the frequency of their notifications. By making this change, the School District will be able to save paper, trees, time and money. Hopefully, now you will have all of the information you previously received in paper flyers, or possibly not at all, available in the convenient click of a button. Just look for the orange Peachjar logo.
Brown Deer Elementary K4 Registration - Going on Now!
If you are a resident of the Village of Brown Deer and have a child who will be 4 years of age prior to September 1st, please take a look at our K4 program. Sessions are first come first serve and are available in the morning or the afternoon. Please contact the Administrative Services Center at 414-371-6750 for more details on how to register. We look forward to meeting your K4 student!
Thanks for Making a Difference
The Education Foundation of Brown Deer is announcing a new program, Thanks for Making a Difference, that will provide a way for parents, students, community members, and alumni to recognize teachers, coaches and other staff members who have been inspirational and/or made a difference in their lives or in the lives of their children. It also is a way to honor or remember a friend or family member, by making a tax deductible donation to the Education Foundation in their name. Your gift supports education and innovative programs for all students throughout the district.
The Thanks for Making a Difference form is available here. Donations may be sent to the district office, any school office or made online. If making your donation online, please send the completed form to the district, school office or email@example.com
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Follow Us on Twitter and Facebook
The district has added social media as a tool to increase two-way communication with parents, students, staff, and the community. The District can now be 'liked' on Facebook - www.facebook.com/browndeeerschools and 'followed' on Twitter - www.twitter.com/BrownDeerSD. The links are also found at the top of this page.
Great Things Happen in Brown Deer
The Board of Education, administrators, and staff continue their work to improve student achievement, to provide all students with the skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century, and to prepare them for a wide variety of promising opportunities after high school. Parent and community involvement is a key component to ensure that every student graduates with the skills necessary to adapt, thrive, and excel.
We invite you to view this video presentation, highlighting the wonderful opportunities, experiences, and many valued partnerships throughout the community. It truly does take a Village to sustain a strong school district, committed to providing the best possible education for all students.
Public Notice of Nondiscrimination
The School District of Brown Deer does not discriminate against pupils on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability or handicap in its educational programs or activities including all career and technical education classes and programs. Federal law prohibits discrimination in education or employment on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, sex, religion or handicap. Questions, comments or concerns can be addressed by any school administrator.