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What’s up with Anime Club?

Shefali Sanwal, Reporter

March 20, 2020

It started out as something small. Less than 10 people were in the club before it began in October. Now, Anime Club boasts more than 20 members, and it’s continuing to expand. Anime club has been running for nearly five months now. In the club, members enjoy an hour and a half of anime watching, combined with discussion....

The BCHS band poses for a group shot after their pep band performance in Jackson Square

Gumbo, Beignets and Jazz: Brookfield Central Band makes new experiences in New Orleans

March 17, 2020

Since the late 1990s, a long-standing tradition for the Brookfield Central Band is to embark on an out-of-state...

Trisha Nandakumar (‘21) gives a thumbs up while her blood is drawn. She reportedly fainted later on in her third block class. “I felt fine for a while and just forgot to drink water.

Then, I started feeling really thirsty during class and that’s when it happened. After fainting,
I just drank water and went back to class, and I felt fine. I didn’t realize that people were
freaked out about it until I talked to my friends later,” she said.

Blood: the best gift of the season

January 1, 2020

Most Brookfield Central students are aware of the recurring opportunities for blood donation through...

Ski and Snowboard Club ready to hit slopes this winter season

Naureen Kamal, Reporter

December 30, 2019

Although the snow makes it harder to get to school, it’s perfect for days on the slopes. With record temperatures, Brookfield Central’s ski and snowboard club are ready to hit the slopes and appreciate the early snowfall this year. When asked what the most exciting thing to look forward to for members this year was, April...

Dare to Serve: Key Club Week is recognized schoolwide and encourages member participation

Naureen Kamal, Reporter

December 29, 2019

38 countries. More than 266,000 members in the world. “Providing its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.” Brookfield Central is fortunate to have its own Key Club led by amazing students and staff. November 4th marked the beginning of Key Club week here at Brookfield Central....

She’s the First Bake-a-Change: Changing Lives by Empowering & Educating Girls

Iman Sharwani, Reporter

December 29, 2019

Changing the worlds of girls all across the globe, She’s the First is a club at Brookfield Central whose goal is to provide girls in third world countries with an education. This December, She’s the First will be hosting a bake sale to raise money for girls’ education, called “She’s the First Bake-a-Change”. “This...

Those who modeled at Mini-Districts are featured here in this photo, Mini-Districts is a low stress way for students to get a feel for the DECA competition environment!

DECA prepare to competete at Mini-Districts

November 30, 2019

On the 9th of November, over 20 DECA members attended the annual Mini-Districts for DECA in preparation...

Senior Carissa Kinnart (center) runs the ball to the endzone in hopes of scoring a touch-
down. In the last moments of the game, Kinnart (‘20) scores, leading her team to victory.

Seniors emerge victorious at Powderpuff game

November 6, 2019

Every year, the junior and senior girls get the opportunity to show off their football skills as they...

KEMPA Conference speaker and ses- sions inspire student journalists

Naureen Kamal and Stephanie Chen

November 4, 2019

Four Elmbrook publications, the Brookfield Central Tyro, the Legend, the Spartan Banner, and the Echo, attended the annual Kettle Moraine Press Associations (KEMPA) fall conference on October 11. The Tyro, along with the Legend, received All-KEMPA, the highest possible rating, in their respective categories for their work from...

From left to right: Melissa, Elijah, Megan Rindal, Brandon (back), and Brendan. Project
STRIVE participants plan out their week with Transitional Coordinator Megan Rindal.
Rindal hopes to help the students generalize their learned skills from classroom to home
environments.

Project STRIVE: shaping futures one step at a time

November 4, 2019

Meet Elijah, a graduating senior of Project STRIVE (Specialized Transition Recreation Independent Living...

Summer Musical “Curtains” a fun and exciting experience

Autumn Lee, News Editor

October 6, 2019

Directed by Daniel Pronley, Curtains Brookfield Central’s 2019 summer musical directed by Daniel Pronley and produced by Chelsea Russel. Curtains is where many students from both Brookfield Central and Brookfield East participated to make this wonderful production come to life. The overview of this musical, according to Theatrical...

Band concert full of culture and emotion

Autumn Lee, News Editor

June 5, 2019

After many long days of preparation, parents and students alike received an outstanding performance by Brookfield Central’s Bands: Concert, Symphonic, and Wind Ensemble. Since the beginning of the year, each band has grown and developed to become even greater in their musicianship, leading to the performance on May 7th at...

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