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No School Day Bowling - $5

11 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 25, 2018 at Bowlero, 11737 W Burleigh St. in Wauwatosa

  • No need to register in advance, simply show up and bowl
  • $5 includes shoe rental and 2 hours of bowling ($3/person goes to the EFW)
  • Concessions available
  • Just ask for the "EFW Deal" when you check-in

Thanks to All Who Participated in the 2018 Walk/Run

Congratulations to this year's top finishers

See the list here.

EFW Awards 2018-19 Grants

The Education Foundation of Wauwatosa has awarded grants totaling $70,993, the highest amount since 2010, to fund 12 projects next year; 14 total grant proposals were submitted. The 2018-19 grants include the following:

  • Let’s Read! Lisons! Lesen wir! Leemos! submitted by Cindy Anderson and Laura Nemetz for Whitman and Longfellow Middle Schools
  • Creating Equitable Learning Experiences by Engaging All Students in STEM Learning and Opportunities, submitted by Nadine Whalen and Jennifer Schultz for Jefferson Elementary
  • Mindfulness Through Music, submitted by Shannon Pahlicek for Eisenhower and Underwood Elementary Schools
  • Q-Ball, submitted by Tracy Loechler and Paige Brown for McKinley Elementary School
  • 1,2,3 Math Exploration Through Purposeful Play, submitted by Sue Gaudynski and Elizabeth Poetsch for Lincoln, Underwood and McKinley Elementary Schools
  • Light the Lights: Enhancing the Student Experience in the Theatre Classroom & Beyond, submitted by Adam Steffan for Wauwatosa West High School
  • Jacob’s Ladder, submitted by Mary Pawasarat and Amy Duchac for McKinley Elementary
  • Bee Bop: Let’s Code, submitted by Elizabeth Mottet and Steve Sperl for McKinley Elementary
  • Regulated and Ready to Learn, submitted by Brittany Moen for Madison Elementary School
  • Math Counts Literacy Library, submitted by Linda Landis and Janette Wenzel for Lincoln, Eisenhower, Jefferson, Wilson, Madison, McKinley, Roosevelt, Underwood, and Washington Elementary Schools
  • Cultivating Student Success Through Mind and Motor Learning Experience, submitted by Beth Kimmel and Mary McElwee for Washington Elementary
  • Changing the Face of Fitness, submitted by Nancy Braidigan and Ed Raue for Longfellow Middle School

Congratulations to the recipients! More details can be found on our Grants page.