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  • Here's an educational discussion you won't want to miss!


    Please join us for a community discussion on best educational practices with Dr. Suzanne Wilson at 6:30 p.m. on November 17 at the Doyle Center for Professional Development.

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  • Fireman's Writing Contest


    Attached is a picture of Anish Dutta, the 2nd place winner of the Bloomfield.Township Fire Dept. essay contest for smoke alarm safety in your home. Congratulations Anish!

  • BHS Students Make a Difference!


    The Bloomfield Hills Schools “Make a Difference Day” was a huge success! Over 150 students and volunteers worked together to plant 60 trees and raise over $6,000 for The Greening of Detroit!

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  • Congratulations Sydney & Ella!


    Sydney Faulkner, a 4th grade student at Way Elementary, won first place in the Bloomfield Township Fire Department essay contest! Congratulations to Ella Tupper as well, who won third place! The topic for this year's contest was, "Working smoke alarms save lives - Test yours every month." Faulkner received an I-Pod Touch and a ride to school in the fire engine.

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  • Michigan Apple Crunch Day


    Eastover and Conant Elementary students participated in Michigan Apple Crunch Day! The event promoted wellness and local Michigan Farmers. While enjoying an apple snack, students learned about eating healthy and the farms that harvested the apples.

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  • 2nd Annual Girls Robotics Competition


    Bloomfield Hills High School will host the Second Annual Bloomfield Girls Robotics Competition on Saturday, November 1, 2014. Approximately 4-5 senior girls will receive $1,000 college scholarships. Bloomfield Hills Schools FTC and FLL teams will also be present to showcase their talents.

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  • Stratford Theatre Festival Visits BHMS


    Educators from the Stratford Theatre Festival (Ontario) hosted a workshop for drama students at Bloomfield Hills Middle School. The objective of the workshop was to “introduce students to Shakespeare in a dramatic and interactive way and to equip teachers with strategies for teaching Shakespeare.” Educators Dalal Badr and Karl Ang organized dynamic activities that were both educational and fun!

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  • iPads Coming to WHMS, EHMS & BHMS


    Have you heard? Each sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade middle school student will be receiving an iPad as a part of our One to World initiative (www.bloomfield.org/onetoworld). As part of the process of issuing the iPads to students, we have an informational parent packet. The parent packet includes information that provides a rationale for the iPads, and importantly, the necessary permission forms for your child to receive their iPad and Gmail account (see attached document below). The signature pages for the permission forms can be found on p. 9 (iPad) and p. 10 (Gmail account). We are asking that parents return their permission forms by Friday, November 7. Students will be turning in their forms to their grade-level teachers.

    One to World Parent Information Packet
    P. 9 of Parent Packet (iPad Permission Form)
    P. 10 of Parent Packet (Gmail Permission Form)

    If you have additional questions after reviewing the parent packet, please join us at any one of our upcoming parent iPad meetings (West Hills on November 10 at 7pm, East Hills on November 11 at 7pm, or Bloomfield Hills Middle on November 12 at 7pm) where we will give an overview of the program and answer any questions. To help us prepare for our parent meetings, feel free to submit a question at anytime via our One to World web page on our district site at http://www.bloomfield.org/parents-students/one-to-world/index.aspx

    If needed, hard copies of the iPad Parent Packet are available at each school in the main office. Students and families can also request packets through the grade-level classroom teachers.

  • Donate Blood on November 5


    BHHS Student Leadership will be holding a Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 5, from 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. at the main campus. If you are interested in donating, click here for contact information.

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  • Ski Swap November 8


    The 2014 Ski Swap will be held on Saturday, November 8, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. New and used winter sports equipment for a variety of ages will be available! For more information, please visit: Bloomfieldhillsskiswap.pbworks.com

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  • Elena Hirsch's Recipe Nationally Recognized!


    Elena Hirsch, 7th grade student at West Hills Middle School, won first place for the state of Michigan in the national recipe contest “The Healthy Lunchtime Challenge!” Hirsch was invited to join First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House for a Kid’s “State Dinner” and her recipe was published in the “2014 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge Cookbook.”

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  • Fall Musical: GREASE


    BHHS presents GREASE November 20-23, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. with a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets sales will open to the public on Monday, November 3, at www.etix.com. Tickets will also be sold during all lunches the week of November 12-14, and at the door depending on availability.

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  • Bloomin' Preschool Students Create Unique Halloween Display


    Bloomin' Preschool Fox Hills students enjoyed the stories There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves, and There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. Afterwards, each classroom decorated a pumpkin representing an item that the little old lady swallowed!

  • Health Class Skypes with Dan Buettner


    Students in Mrs. Abbott’s Health class at the 9th Grade Campus recently took part in a Skype Q&A session with National Geographic explorer, Dan Buettner. The students have been learning about Mr. Buettner’s “Blue Zones” and how to apply them to their lives for a greater life expectancy.

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  • Hip Hop in the Classroom


    Students at Model High School enjoyed a presentation by Dr. Emery Petchauer, a professor at Oakland University. Petchauer discussed hip hop culture and how it can apply to education. “We all learn in different ways, based on our own experiences, and hip-hop is probably the most important cultural phenomenon of the last half century,” Petchauer said.

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  • Barton Malow Speaks With Architecture Class

    Barton Malow Speaking with Architectural Design class

    Barton Malow, contractors for the new high school, recently stopped by Mr. Zulkiewski’s Architectural Design class to talk about the architecture of the new high school, career pathways, and to answer student questions.

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  • Construction Continues


    Construction crews have been busy at the new Bloomfield Hills High School site. Read more to view the progress from this October.

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  • Family Night at Bloomin' Preschools


    The Bloomin' Preschools at Conant, Fox Hills and Lone Pine each hosted Family Night! Family and friends met with teachers and toured classrooms to see what students have been learning this year. To view photos here.

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  • 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.

  • Exploring Values that Bridge Boundaries: 10 Beliefs Widely Shared by Americans


    The Race Relations & Diversity Task Force will host a workshop on "Exploring Values that Bridge Boundaries: 10 Beliefs Widely Shared by Americans." The workshop will be taught by renowned sociologist, Dr. Warren Baker.

    When: Sunday, November 9, 2014
    Where: The Community House, 380 S. Bates, Birmingham, MI
    Cost: Free

    Click here for additional information.

  • 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

Fri Oct 31

Half Day AM K12

District Wide
Tue Nov 04

Election Day - No School K12

District Wide
7:00am - 8:00pm
Wed Nov 05

FFLA Committee Meeting

Conference Room F (internal use only)
8:30am - 11:30am
Thu Nov 06

Board of Education Meeting - Cancelled

No Room Needed
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Mon Nov 10


Room C, Room D - Training Room, Room A, Room B
8:00am - 4:30pm
Tue Nov 11

BIC Meeting

Conference Room F (internal use only)
2:00pm - 5:00pm
Thu Nov 13


Room C, Room D - Training Room, Room A, Room B
8:00am - 2:30pm

Board Study Session Re Goals

Room D - Training Room
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Fri Nov 14


Room C, Room D - Training Room, Room A, Room B
8:00am - 5:00pm
Mon Nov 17

Community Partnership Lecture Series

Room C, Room B
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Thu Nov 20

Board of Education Meeting

Room C, Room D - Training Room, Room A, Room B
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Tue Nov 25

Half Day AM Middle School & Elementary at Middle School

Middle School
8:00am - 12:00pm