Kohl Community Fitness Center
The Kohl Community Fitness Center is available free of charge to district residents. Exercise is a vital part of physical and mental health and wellness. The Kohl Fitness Community Center is right next to the E.L. High School-take advantage of it! Exercise translates into better heart health (reduced risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke), lowering blood pressure, boosting your HDL "good" cholesterol, increasing flexibility, stronger bones, relieving stress, boosting your energy, as well as, getting to your desired weight. Please see the 'Fitness Calendar' link under the Calendar section in our website's left margin to view Fitness Center operating hours outside of the school day. Prior to first use an orientation session must be arranged. For more information such as volunteering to be a Fitness Center Supervisor, fees, equipment and orientation, please contact Ryan Faris, the High School Principal at 920-876-3381 or email email@example.com.
Interested in getting your own key to the fitness center? By volunteering to be a Fitness Center Supervisor and making a 1-2 hour weekly commitment to be available at the Fitness Center outside of school hours, a supervisor is given a key to use for this weekly commitment time on their own personal schedule. Contact Mr. Faris if interested in applying or learning more.
PTA Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Parent Teacher Association
The PTA's mission is to provide a forum where teachers, school administrators, students and parents come together in the common goal of providing the highest quality of education to realize every child's true potential.
Link to Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah PTA site
The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Athletic Association (ELGAA) has been providing organized youth sports for families of the adjoining Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah school district and surrounding Sheboygan county area since it emered in the 1960s. Throughout this time, the organization has enjoyed a long history of volunteerism. The Association has been a staple in the community for raising funds which support numerous organization and charitable events. Check out ELGAA's website, above, for more detailed information.
The Elkhart Lake Lions have been actively involved in the community since 1971. The Elkhart Lake community has available to them medical equipment of various types through the local Lions Club. On hand are wheel chairs, walkers, reading machines and various other apparatus. If in need of medical equipment, contact a local Lions club member to see what is available.
Lions Major Fund Raiser is operating a Food and Beverage stands at Road America through the summer. Also sponsor Breakfast with Santa (December); Easter Egg Hunt; Sports Raffle (March Madness); Lion’s Dinner coupon Books; Cerebal Palsey silent auction, and EL Blood Drive Most of funds raised are spent locally.
Projects completed: El Veteran’s Memorial $80K; EL Lion’s Park $37K; June Vollrath Athletic Park $108K; Medical Needs $33K; Parades, Fireworks, etc. $11K; EL School District $101K; Lion’s Charities $133K (Lion’s International, Leader Dog, Lion’s Camp, Eye Bank, etc.) Other Charities $119K (Diabetes, Juvenile Diabetes, Special Olympics, Cerebal Palsy, Cancer, etc.)
The Family Resource Center is building strong families and strong communities throughout Sheboygan County. Family Resource Centers are located in Plymouth and Sheboygan.
Youth and Family Resource Guide Fall 2022
Developmental Screening ~ Parenting Resources
Plymouth Site: (920) 892-6706, Sheboygan Satellite Site: (920) 457-1888
United Way Community Partnership for Children:
Community Partnership for Children offers a variety of youth and family resources in Sheboygan County. Learn more and see an up-to-date flyer page listing upcoming events here: https://uwofsc.org/our-impact/cpc/ (Be sure to click the PDF link under the events flyer to see all upcoming events and programs.)
Their purpose is to improve the quality of life and self-sufficiency of Sheboygan County residents. This department is responsible for the overall administration of all services provided in Sheboygan County through the Sheboygan County Health & Human Services Department.
Birth to Three Program
Sheb County Div of Public Health: (920) 459-4382
Reins Therapeutic Riding Program
Reins Therapeutic Riding Program is a nonprofit program that provides therapeutic riding for youth and adults with disabilities. Reins was established 30 years ago to provide services in Manitiwoc, Sheboygan and Calumet counties. Click here for the Reins brochure.
WISEdash Public Portal
The link to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction website where you can compare and explore statistics about Wisconsin Public Schools is listed below: