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Brookfield East Makes Major Changes to Excellence Period

Brookfield East Makes Major Changes to Excellence Period

November 27, 2018

Preparing for life beyond high school is a key focus on many students’ minds. High school is a crucial time for maturing individuals to develop executiv...

Elmbrook to Revamp English Curriculum

Elmbrook to Revamp English Curriculum

May 11, 2018

English is one class that almost everyone uses in their post-academic life; from communicating with our peers to drafting our thoughts on to words, English...

Eric Dietze is the 2018 Mr. Beast!

Eric Dietze is the 2018 Mr. Beast!

April 24, 2018

There are many traditions that have become iconic hallmarks of junior year. The ACT. Powderpuff football. The Junior Prom. But one of the lesser known one...

Brookfield East Students Take Action

Brookfield East Students Take Action

March 18, 2018

Brookfield East Students decided it was time to take action. In the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida, tee...

Dr Ginsburg and Minimizing Stress

Dr Ginsburg and Minimizing Stress

April 24, 2017

 On Monday, March 20, Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg came to Brookfield East to have a discussion with the student body on the meaning of resilience and how to manage...

B’EAST Forensicators Excel at CFL Qualifiers

B’EAST Forensicators Excel at CFL Qualifiers

March 29, 2017

Last week, Brookfield East hosted forensicators from all reaches of Wisconsin for one of the largest tournaments of the season: the NCFL qualifier. The...

Brookfield East students challenge district committee

Arjun Shreekumar, Writer

March 8, 2017

“The Teaching and Learning Committee shall review and present to the Board recommendations concerning matters that pertain to the curriculum and assessment areas of the District” quoth the website description of the Elmbrook School District Teaching and Learning Committee. The committee – chaired by school board member Scott Wheeler– was created to support students ...

Spartan Union: Approaching challenges with excellence

Olivia Russo

November 11, 2016

One of the biggest challenges for the Spartan Union last year was the opening, which was much later than expected.  This year, the Union opened within the first 10 days of school.  Two new tasks the Union has undertaken this year are selling gift cards- in $5 increments- and offering delivery to first block classes.   In addition, the Spartan Union is working on finding one or two ...

Trump for President? East students vote in mock election

Arjun Shreekumar

November 7, 2016

In an era fraught with bureaucratic tension, our country lies in the midst of a political war between parties, officials, and civilians. This election cycle has provided a particularly divisive election, leaving communities torn apart by their support for candidates. The country faces unprecedented levels of bipartisan hostility; facilitated by media-coverage seemingly obses...

Ms. Remich joins the Spartans

Katie Andrews, Editor

October 9, 2016

Ms. Remich is a new teacher in the English department who is completing her first official year of teaching this year at East. Question: What do you teach at East? Answer: I teach Honors English 10, English 11, and English 10 at East this year. Q: How long have you been teaching? What other schools have you taught at? A: This is my first official year as a classroom teache...

Mrs. Antoniewicz joins the Spartans

Claire Hildebrand, Editor

October 1, 2016

Mrs. Antoniewicz is new to the BEHS Art Department. Question: How have your first couple weeks at  Brookfield East been? Answer: Very good! Everyone has been really friendly and really helpful. It’s been an amazing experience so far! Q: What made you decide that you wanted to teach Art? A: I took some time off to be home with my daughter, and I wanted to make sure I could ...

Mrs. Attenberger joins the Spartans

Natalie Schmidt, Editor

September 27, 2016

Mrs. Attenberger is a health assistant at BEHS. Question: Where did you go to high school? Answer: La Follette High School in Madison. Q: What was your favorite subject? A: Science. Q: What activities were you in outside of school? A: Definitely swimming. Q: When did you know you wanted to be a nurse? A: Not until I went to college. Honestly, I didn’t kno...

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