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Andover and Lahser were combined in the fall of 2013 to become Bloomfield Hills High School. The new/renovated BHHS campus is set to open in the fall of 2015.
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We are excited to announce our next Wednesday Winners Circle session is Wednesday, November 12, at 7:00 AM. We are fired up to have Captain Ingrid Tighe come to speak to us about what it takes to win in today's society. Please see her bio below. This is another "can't miss" session. All students are invited to attend.
Bloomin' Preschool students enjoyed a Pumpkin Carving Night at Bloomin' Preschool Fox Hills with their family and friends!
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!
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.
The proof is in the pictures! Thanks for our apples Michigan farmers!
Here is the information for the upcoming book fair happening on December 1st through the 5th. The family night will be on Tuesday, December 2nd at 5:30 pm. Make sure you open all the attachments so you know what will be happening during this week. If you do not want your child to participate in the reading log, there is an opt out form you will need to sign and return to Mrs. Lazarus in the media center.
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!
Its that time again to learn how your student is doing in their classroom. Please schedule a time for conferences on www.signupgenius.com ; your teacher will have times you can choose from. The dates are November 11th after school and November 13th during the day and evening.
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.
Eastover has full days of school both Monday, November 24th and Tuesday, November 25th. The Thanksgiving break for Eastover starts on Wednesday, November 26th, gobble gobble!