After doing extensive background research on the five school sites in our Master Property (MPP) process, including examining enrollment trends, market conditions, and listening to many community focus groups over the past year, decisions and actions are starting to take shape...
Join us on Thursday, August 11, 2016 at 8:00 a.m – 9:30 a.m. at Bloomfield Hills High School. Connect with community leaders and hear the latest developments from our local school districts including a community discussion lead by Dr. Robert Glass, Superintendent, Bloomfield Hills Schools, and Dr. Daniel Nerad, Superintendent, Birmingham Public Schools. Read more for information on how to register.
Michael Massucci, East Hills Middle School Teacher, Educational/Leadership facilitator for Michigan Elite 25, and former varsity basketball coach, is now an accomplished author! Massucci published the novel An Elite Journey: A Young Man's Leadership Story. Read more for his full interview.
As part of the Bloomfield Hills Schools Master Property Planning (MPP) process, the district is considering sale and residential development of the Hickory Grove site. We have scheduled the following meetings and encourage all interested neighbors to attend: July 28th Board Study Session, 5:30 p.m. at 7273 Wing Lake Road. Robertson Brothers will be presenting more detail regarding their proposed development and there will be an opportunity for public comment. August 3, 6:00 p.m. at Hickory Grove School. Robertson Brothers will again present detail regarding their proposed development and there will be opportunity for questions and dialogue with Robertson Brothers and the school district.
Bloomfield Hills High School Bionic Black Hawks Robotics team members, Alp Aydin, Beste Aydin, Jackson Bahm, Tom Guimberteau, Ezra Kalmowitz, Zack Piper, and Evelyn Sorgenfrei, recently attended the Team RUSH National Advocacy Conference 2016 held in Washington DC.
After conducting a lengthy "Master Property Planning" process, the Bloomfield Hills Schools Board of Education voted June 29, 2016 to sell a parcel of land, known as "Wabeek", to Hunter Pasteur Homes Baron Estates, LLC for $3.5 million. In the same meeting, the Board of Education also voted to proceed toward demolition of the former Hickory Grove Elementary School and the former Pine Lake Elementary School.
First grade students at Lone Pine Elementary studied the growth cycle of butterflies in their class. "We observed the painted lady butterflies in class and then let them go by the picnic table while we were at recess," explained Sophia Snyder. Read more for a poem by Jasgur Simone.
Eastover students harvested chives from their Student Garden. They then made chive infused vinegar that they will use as dressing at the end of the school year!
Eating foods that are healthy and fresh is easier with the Charles L. Bowers Farm Fresh Market! Visit Bowers School Farm on Saturdays between 9am and noon (or until sold out) to snag your fresh produce and support Bloomfield Hills Schools.
BHS Students Participate in MSBOA District IV Middle School Honors Band Festival
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recognized Eastover Elementary School in Bloomfield Hills Schools as a 2015 U.S. Department of Education Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School. "This is an incredible honor for our school," said Principal Carey Crocker. "The teachers, students, and families have worked hard to earn this distinction."