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The meeting of the CPC that was scheduled for Monday, April 27, has been cancelled. At this point in time, given our community dialogue on Tuesday evening, we felt it best to devote our full time and attention to the Tuesday evening meeting. The work of DAERR originally stemmed from CPC efforts and we believe the topic for Tuesday is more urgent and in need of our staff and community's focus at this time...
Dear Bloomfield Hills Schools Families, Last week was a particularly challenging week for our community. I appreciate that many of you are feeling sadness, anger, and frustration. I am personally embarrassed and outraged by the incident that took place during a school field trip. Unfortunately, we know that in our country, children are taunted or bullied for a variety of reasons - be it their race, culture, sexual orientation, or belief system, and we need to come to the table together to serve all families with inclusion and equity...
Please join us on April 28, 6:30 p.m., at the Booth Center (7273 Wing Lake Road) for a Community Forum with the goal of listening to perspectives and establishing an ongoing dialogue with community members directed toward increasing unity and collaboration. Additionally, we hope to share information with you, detailing our current and ongoing efforts with staff, students, families and community to build a more inclusive and equitable school culture...
Junior, Merrick Weingarten, has recently printed the second edition of "Scout Brushes Up," a book he created for his MYP Personal Project last year. He's taken his book the next level and is actively seeking website sponsors, dental offices, corporations, and bookstores interested in promoting proper oral hygiene. For more information, Merrick can be reached 248.709.8101 or You an also visit
At the 2015 MIPA Spring Conference the BHHS Hawkeye staffs were honored with 44 individual awards, 11 of which were first place! First place winners include Narmeen Rehman, Courtney Zhu, Tess Garcia, Foster Stubbs, Colin Barnes, Phillip Shamsuddoha, Maddy Mackie, Nisa Khan, Amal Rass, and Mallory Weiner.
Honored were Sydney Brack, Bloomfield Hills High School senior; Dylan DeWald, Caitlin Finerty, West Hills Middle School eighth grader; Kaylin Higgins, BHHS senior; Hassan Kobeissi, BHHS senior; Noah Rangel, East Hills Middle School eighth grader; Diane "Annie" Reed, BHHS senior; and Paul Tourneur, BHHS senior.
Join us for the 2014-15 "Art from the Hills" BHS Student Art Exhibition at the Bloomfield Township Public Library! There is a special reception on Tuesday, May 12, from 4:30 pm-6:30 pm. The exhibition runs from May 12 - May 23.
UPDATE: Thank you for contacting us with your questions. We appreciate the opportunity to speak with you about your questions and concerns. We wish to clarify one point in particular at this time. The bus that transported the students during this field trip was not a Bloomfield Hills Schools bus or bus driver. We would like to also extend an open invitation to all Bloomfield Hills Schools stakeholders to attend the next meeting of DAERR, which will take place on April 28, 2015, at 6:30 p.m., at the Booth Center (7273 Wing Lake Road).
Debra Moraitis, an 8th grade student at West Hills Middle School, won first place in the national Breaking Barriers Essay Contest! It is a remarkable accomplishment to have been awarded first place, considering only two first place winners were selected in grades 4-5 and two in grades 6-8 from among the 16,000 essays submitted from across the country.
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