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Featured News

  • Smiles, Songs & Thanks!


    Bloomin' Preschool Fox Hills students shared music numbers with the students and staff of Wing Lake and Booth Center on November 21, 2014. The performance was a great dress rehearsal for their upcoming Thanksgiving concert!

  • Get Ready to Meet "Baby"!

    Photo by: Tawni Grosman Lambroff

    You may have read recently about a little orphaned deer, residing in Pleasant Ridge and being cared for by Pleasant Ridge families. Well, the little deer they named "Baby" is moving to the E.L. Johnson Nature Center in Bloomfield!

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  • Jump with Jill!


    Eastover Elementary students hopped to their feet and sang rock songs about healthy nutrition at the assembly Jump with Jill. "Best known as 'the world's only rock & roll nutrition show,' the touring live production transformed nutrition education into a rock & roll nutrition concert."

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  • DAERR Partnership Meeting


    The next Diversity, Academic Excellence, and Race Relations (DAERR) Partnership Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 6:30p.m. at Booth Center (7273 Wing Lake Road).

    Click here to learn more about DAERR.

  • One to World


    Did you know students in Bloomfield Hills Schools carry hundreds, if not thousands, of books and resources to and from school each day? The latest district investment called "One to World" has recently put iPads in the hands of teachers and students kindergarten to 8th grade. "This is an investment in our students, the work our teachers have already been doing, and in our future as a district," said Superintendent Rob Glass.

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    The Bionic Black Hawks high school robotics team hosted BLOOMFIELD BASH!, a state-qualifier tournament for teams competing in the First Lego League (4th - 6th grade) at West Hills Middle School. A total of 26 teams from Southeast Michigan competed for a chance to continue to the state FLL tournament. Bloomfield had five of their 16 teams participate in the competition.

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  • BHMS 8th Grader, Jake Li, wins Flute Scholarship


    Jake Li won the Rachel Stornant Junior Artist competition hosted by Southeast Michigan Flute Association. It is held every year during the SEMFA's annual Flute Festiva Jake took first place winning a $300 scholarship towards music enrichment of his choice. His repertoire included Adagio Nobile by Donjon, and Russisches Zigeunerlied Op.462 No.2 by William Popp.

    Earlier this year, Jake also participated in the district honor band and DSO's honor band.

    Congratulations Jake!

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  • The Jills and Chamber Choir Live at Holiday Nights


    Enjoy the sounds of the Chamber Choir and The Jills on Friday, December 5, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. as they carol together again at Greenfield Village's Holiday Nights program. Visit the program website for more details.

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  • Parents' Night Out


    Parents! If you're in the need of an evening on your own, please click on the link below in order to check out the Bowers School Farm programs designed for children ages 3+. These fun-filled programs will be held on designated Saturday evenings this upcoming December, January and February. Your children will be learning and having fun at Bowers Farm, while you're getting ready for the holidays or simply relaxing!

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  • Student Project: Wildlife and Hunting


    Students at Bowers Academy recently completed a student driven project on wildlife and hunting. To conclude their project, students hosted a forum with a Michigan DNR officer and Dan Badgley, Manager of the E.L. Johnson Nature Center.

    Click here to read an article student Stuart Baum wrote about his experience.

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  • Black Hawks Spirit Wear for Fans of ALL Ages


    Attention Black Hawk fans of ALL ages, BHHS will be selling spirit wear items at the main campus during all lunches on Friday, December 5, and at the 9th grade campus on Friday, December 12. Cash and checks only please.

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  • BHMS Golden Gears Take Judges Award Trophy


    Eight 6th-graders from BHMS, who make up the Golden Gears robotics team, won a Judges Award Trophy in a district competition in early November. This win qualifies them for the FIRST Robotics Michigan Southeastern State Championship in Monroe in December. Congratulations to team members Samuel Harmon, Andrew Hutchinson, Jameson Kanary, Nolan Kuza, Joshua Miller, Barry Sabin, Noah Spinale and Claire Weaver, and good luck at States!

  • 2014 Family Night and Gingerbread Celebration !

    Elf "Lisa Yamin" whispers in Santa's Ear

    Join Friends of Preservation Bloomfield for the 2014 Family Night and Gingerbread Celebration on Thursday, December 4, and Friday, December 5.

    Family Night will cater to the interest of youngsters, and Santa will be present, as will a photographer to capture his moment with each child. Also children will have the an opportunity to frost and decorate a real gingerbread house, participate in a Demolition Derby, create a holiday recipe, pose for Freeze-Frame photos, and to secretly shop for family gifts in a specially reserved space.

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  • Haeji Kim Accepted to NYSOS


    Congratulations to senior, Haeji Kim, on her selection as a violist for 2014 New York String Orchestra Seminar (NYSOS). She was chosen as one of 40 orchestral musician invitees. The NYSOS will be held at Carnegie Hall from December 19 - 28, 2014.

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  • Second Annual Girls' Robotics Competition

    2014 BHHS Girls Robotics Team  Members

    With 400 spectators and 32 teams in attendance, BHHS hosted the Second Annual Bloomfield Girls' Robotics Competition on Saturday, November 1. College scholarships totaling $1,000 were awarded to eligible senior girls, and several BHS FTC and FLL teams showcased their talents.

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  • Grassroots Meeting CANCELLED!


    The Oakland County Grassroots Advocacy meetings scheduled for December 1, 2, and 3, 2014 have been cancelled. Please use this time in November and December to encourage your family, friends, neighbors and others concerned about public education to sign up for Engage (visit www.MillionMichiganVoices.com and select “take action” at the top, or visit http://tricountyalliance.org/take-action/).

  • 9th Graders Present Culture Gazettes

    Culture Gazette Presentation

    The 9th grade learning communities recently participated in a MYP interdisciplinary unit, which invited them to explore their heritage and its culture in each of their core classes. The students then presented their findings collectively through a Culture Gazette on Monday, November 3.

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  • Warm Your Toes with Wool Socks Made from Bowers Farm Wool!


    The Friends of the Farm are selling wool socks produced by the Columbia sheep at the Charles L. Bowers School Farm. The wool was harvested from the sheep by students. Then the wool was cleaned by the Friends of the Farm members and sent to a Michigan Mill to be further cleaned and prepared into socks.

    For order information click here.

  • Join Us for a Public Advocacy Session!


    Our community schools are at risk and the Lame Duck legislative session this December may determine their viability for the future. I ask that you attend a very critical meeting about preserving our system of public education.

    When: December 1 at 6:00pm
    Where: Bloomfield Hills Middle School

    Click here to read more.

  • District Rule About Dogs at School


    In honor of Dr. Seuss' newly found "lost stories", we offer this reminder . . .

    Please don’t forget the District rule.
    You may not have a dog at school.
    Not in the front.
    Not in the back.
    Not on a leash.
    Not in a pack.
    Not in the day.
    Not at sports play.
    Not at a scheduled school soirée.
    Please do not have your dog at school.
    It breaks the rule.
    And that’s not cool. - (an original poem by BHMS Secretary, Melanie Parks)

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  • One year to go!


    Facing the final year of construction for the academic opening, the whole team has kicked into an entirely new gear…and it’s a fast one! Staying on time and on budget hasn’t been easy, but project managers are confident that the current pace of construction will keep the project running completely on time.

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Calendar of Events

Tue Nov 25

Half Day AM Middle School & Elementary at Middle School

Middle School
8:00am - 12:00pm

DAERR with Dr. Jay Marks

Room C, Room A, Room B
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Wed Nov 26

No School K12

District Wide
7:00am - 5:00pm
Thu Nov 27

Thanksgiving Holiday

District Wide
7:00am - 7:00pm Thru: 11/28/2014
Mon Dec 01

Classes Resume

District Wide
7:00am - 5:00pm
Tue Dec 02

Mental Health First Aid Training

Room C, Room A, Room B
8:30am - 5:00pm
Wed Dec 03

FFLA Committee Meeting

Conference Room F (internal use only)
8:30am - 11:30am
Mon Dec 08

BIC Meeting

Conference Room F (internal use only)
2:00pm - 5:00pm
Tue Dec 09

DAERR with Dr. Jay Marks

Room C, Room A, Room B
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Thu Dec 11

Board of Education Meeting

Room C, Room D - Training Room, Room A, Room B
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Mon Dec 22

Winter Break

District Wide
Tue Dec 23

Winter Break

District Wide