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  • PTO Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser 11/5

    Posted October 20, 2014

    Please join us on Wednesday, November 5 at Buffalo Wild Wings to participate in a fundraising event for Lone Pine. Invite your family and friends. Please print out the attached flyer, bring it with you and 20% of purchases will be donated back to Lone Pine. It is a great cause with some great food!

  • Michigan Apple Crunch Day 10/24

    Posted October 20, 2014

    On October 24, it's Michigan Apple Crunch Day. During the day schools are encouraged to have their students take a bite of a Michigan Apple to help promote wellness. Lone Pine is participating in this wonderful program and having apples delivered from Gavin Orchards, which is located in Coopersville, MI. We will be supporting our local farmers. Please encourage your kids to try the apple quiz attached.

  • PTO Bowling Party 11/14

    Posted October 20, 2014

    It is time to get bowling!!! The Lone Pine Annual Bowling Party is here! Langan's Norwest Lanes is the place to be on Friday, November 14. Dinner, bowling and fun. See you there!

  • Sad News

    Posted October 20, 2014

    One of Lone Pine's long time dedicated bus drivers, Ms. Ruth, passed away unexpectedly last weekend. Ruth Clement was a driver for Lone Pine for over ten years, doing the Wabeek run year after year. More recently she was driving Bus L, as her goal was to ease into retirement. Ruth was the first and last face of our district that many of our students saw each day. She was warm, funny, and caring, and knew her riders and their families often as well as their teachers did. She will be dearly missed! If you or your children would like to send a card or a note of rememberance to Ruth's family, please send it in to the Lone Pine office no later than Friday morning, October 24th. Donations may also be made in her honor to the Michigan Animal Rescue League (MARL), at 790 Featherstone, Pontiac MI 48342.

  • Way Halloween Parade - October 31

    Posted October 20, 2014

    The Halloween Parade scheduled for October 31 is quickly approaching. Our parade will begin at 10:45 am. Parents are asked to wait outside for photo opportunities as students will make their way outside to the front circle. Please do not block the area near the front doors. Before the costuming is complete, I want to make you aware of our costume guidelines:
    Think in these terms:

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  • Way Elementary Shoe Drive

    Posted October 17, 2014

    “I think that kids will feel really awesome then they get the shoes people donated!” Eli Fox, 4th grade student exclaimed, “I donated a couple pairs of shoes.”

    Students at Way Elementary are participating in a shoe drive. All students in Bloomfield Hills Schools are welcome to participate. Please drop off your donations at Way Elementary by Tuesday, October 21.

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  • Construction Continues

    Posted October 16, 2014

    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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  • BHHS Orchestra - Seniors

    Fall Orchestra Concert

    Posted October 16, 2014

    On Wednesday, October 15, the Fall Orchestra Concert took place at the high school. A wonderful arrangement of music was performed by the 9th Grade Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra, and Symphony Orchestra. Senior Orchestra students received special recognition (see photograph).

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  • Eastover's Title One Fall Meeting

    Posted October 15, 2014

    Join us for an evening of dinner and learning about our Title One programs. Child care will be provided. See the attached flyer for more information. You must RSVP into the office with the number of adults and children attending.

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  • IB Visual Arts at ArtPrize

    IB Art Students Explore ArtPrize

    Posted October 15, 2014

    IB and DP Visual Arts students, along with Mrs. Brownson, recently toured ArtPrize; an international and non-profit competition. Students explored downtown Grand Rapids; meeting artists and gaining inspiration from the various mediums and meanings behind each piece.

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