The Parent Teacher Organization Council (PTOC) is a group of dedicated families whose mission is to provide a communication, resource, and leadership network within the Bloomfield Hills School community. The PTOC, by facilitating the information flow within the community and between individual school PTOs, works hand-in-hand with the BHS administration and Board of Education to support ideals and goals that will ensure the best quality education for all students.
The PTOC is dedicated to the education and development of children and to the integration of these goals into our extended communities. Sub-committees such as "Community Action for Kids' Education (CAKE)" and "In the Loop" operate to reach out to district families and community residents who do not have children within the BHS school system to inform them of important educational issues.
The PTOC Executive Board convenes to discuss current district and state wide educational issues, and prepare for monthly General Meetings, where PTO representatives from each school come together. These meetings are integral for information sharing and speaker presentations.
The PTOC, and in turn, the PTOs from each school, encourage participation from all community members. We pride ourselves in being an open, informative organization that is willing to work together in the best interests of our children.
To learn more about the Bloomfield Hills Schools PTOC, please visit: http://www.bhsdptoc.my-pta.org.
Birmingham Bloomfield Families in Action
The BBFA is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the healthy, drug-free growth of our school-age children. To learn more, visit their website at http://www.bbfaprevention.org/.
Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition
The mission of the BBCC is to educate and mobilize the community against substance abuse. Their role in the community is to serve as a catalyst to challenge individuals in all community sectors to initiate, encourage and support prevention efforts. To accomplish this they provide substance free activities for teens, sponsor student leadership training and spearhead an annual event to bring various sectors of the community together. To learn more, visit their website at http://www.bbcoalition.org/
Bloomfield Youth Assistance
BYA develops programs on a local basis. This is a cooperative effort between Oakland County Youth Assistance, the Bloomfield Township, and a committee of community volunteers. A counselor provided by Oakland County Probate Court/Circuit Court-Family Division serves the program. Click here to learn more.
You’re invited to the following “Small Talk” sessions:
December 11, 2017 | 1 PM
Director of Government Relations,
Education Policy & Research at Oakland Schools
January 23, 2018 | 7 PM
WILLIAM J. PRICE
EMU Professor of Educational Leadership
and School Finance Policy Expert
February 9, 2018 | 9 AM
State Representative, 40th District in
the Michigan House of Representatives
The goal of “Small Talk” is to create a space for dialogue between families and local officials.
This conversation will take place at:
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Booth Center | Room D
7273 Wing Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Registration for each session is limited to the first 40 people. Please register using the form below.
Nisha Doshi Reddy
Communications - Shira Good
Superintendent - Rob Glass
School Board Rep - Cynthia VonOeyen
School Board Rep - Howard Baron
School Board Rep - Ingrid Day
School Board Rep - Paul Kolin
Assistant to Rob - Leanne Summers
Doyle Center Contact - Barb Weiss