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Congratulations to BHHS seniors Henry Dickson, Helena Gregg, Ezra Kalmowitz, Christine MacKenzie, and Zachary Wein for earning Semifinalist standing in the National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented students represent less than 1% of high school seniors and have the opportunity to continue in the competition. Additionally, eleven seniors also earned Commendation for their high scores.

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Bloomfield Hills Schools participates in the National School Lunch Program. Families must apply directly through the Bloomfield Hills Schools Food Services Department. Forms are also available in the main office. Applications are available online here...

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Conant Elementary students unveiled a new art piece on display at the Bloomfield Township Library. Fourth grade students created the colorful mosaic in art class and during recess. "We worked in groups to create the circular tiles," says Alena Khalid. "It was a long process. My favorite part was painting it because after it dried, it looked really cool."

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Join us Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays October 14-30 for The Bowers School Farm Fall Festival! Enjoy a wagon ride around the property, access to the barns to see the farm animals (goat, sheep, llama, rabbits, pigs, and horses), a corn maze, a bonfire, and a pony ride (on Sundays only, weather permitting - donations accepted). For a small charge, you can pick your holiday pumpkin! For more information visit www.bloomfield.org/farm

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Watch the new Bloomfield 360 video! Eighth grade students participated in a mock trial at the 48th District Court in Bloomfield Hills Schools. Students met in small groups with attorneys to discuss the verdict and the Bill of Rights.

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If your child buys lunch, there are some new negative balance procedures that will be effective October 1, 2016. Please read more to learn about communication and how to bring your account up to date.

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Last spring, students experienced an unprecedented and widespread series of technical issues when taking the state-mandated, fully computerized M-STEP test in Bloomfield Hills. These documented issues were pervasive across our district, resulting in hundreds of students being repeatedly 'kicked out of' the test-- in some cases dozens of times each-- and sometimes losing paragraphs of written work entered into the computer. These difficulties occurred despite Bloomfield Hills Schools having earned a perfect score of 9 on the state's 9 point technical readiness scale.

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