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PLEASE DO NOT BRING ITEMS CONTAINING NUTS OR NUT PRODUCTS INTO ANY AREA OF THE BUILDING

Please remember that BHMS IS AN ENTIRELY NUT-RESTRICTED BUILDING, 24-HOURS A DAY, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. There are students in the building who are highly allergic to peanuts and all kinds of tree nuts, and their well-being is of concern.

Students should not bring lunch or snacks containing nuts or nut products. Additionally, while your donations and gifts are very much appreciated, we ask that you make sure anything given to the office, to teachers or classrooms, for bake sales, end-of-sports or club parties or any other occasion are free of all nuts and nut products. Thank you so much for your consideration.

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SPRING SPORTS START WEEK OF MARCH 27

Middle School Athletic Director, Avis Najor, sent out a news blast with comprehensive information about BHMS Spring team sports, including coach contact information, try-outs information, practice schedules, etc. If you did not get a chance to review that letter, please click here to read it. Should you have questions about sports teams at BHMS. please contact the coach of a respective team directly.

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SPIRIT WEEK MARCH 27 - 31

BHMS Student Leadership Club is sponsoring Spirit Week from March 27 through March 31. Each day will have a specific theme, and the week will culminate in a Spirit Week assembly on Friday. Students are encouraged to dress for each day's theme, and grades will compete for the highest Spirit Week participation. Please bear in mind that regular dress code guidelines apply with respect to length of shorts and skirts (fingertip or longer when arms are straight down to the side). Also, no tank tops, no clothing showing undergarments, no weapons and no masks, hoods, sports helmets or other concealing headwear. Here are the clothing themes for each day.

Monday: Mismatched Day
Tuesday: Crazy Hair Day
Wednesday: Luau Beach Day
Thursday: Favorite Character Day (superhero, books, movies, games, etc.)
Friday: Class Color Day - colors are 8th purple; 7th blue; 6th white; 5th green

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FOR FAMILIES OF MUSIC STUDENTS

GRADES 7/8 CHOIR FESTIVAL CONCERT: NEW DATE - Monday, March 27, at 7:00 p.m. (originally scheduled for March 13). Contact Mrs. Pierre with questions. Students should report to the bleachers in the gym at 6:45 p.m. in concert uniforms, which are as follows: Gentlemen : White button-down shirt, black dress pants, black shoes. Green ties provided. Ladies: All black clothing. Green scarves provided.

FOR CURRENT 7TH GRADE MUSIC STUDENTS: 8th Grade Chicago Music Trip, October 20-21, 2017. Registration is still open to all currently enrolled 7th grade band, orchestra, and choir students, for the Fall 2017, 8th Grade Chicago Music trip. HOWEVER, all guaranteed spots are now full. There is a waiting list of seven students. If that waiting list grows to 35 students, a third bus can be added for the trip. No deposit is needed to get your student on the waitlist. Just register on BrightSpark.com to put your name on the waitlist! See the Chicago 2017 Registration Packet for details.

  • Registration will close on April 1, 2017. At that time, based on the size of the waitlist, it will be determined if a third bus is possible. Students/parents will be notified via the BrightSpark portal at that time. Students who register must be enrolled in band, orchestra, or choir for the entire 2017-2018 school year.
  • Trip activities will include a music clinic at a Chicago area university, Shedd Aquarium, Gino's East Pizza, Rainforest Cafe, Museum of Science and Industry, shopping on "Magnificent Mile", Navy Pier, "Les Miserables" Broadway musical show, and a tour of Symphony Hall.
  • Fundraising has begun (coupon card sales). Students are able to fundraise up to the total cost of their trip. Students who wish to fundraise for their own trip should return the "Chicago Fundraising Letter" signed by parents to receive coupon cards. Music Boosters are able to augment fundraising efforts for some students in some instances. Contact your student's music teacher for more information regarding fundraising and/or booster support.
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SHOP AT KROGER AND SUPPORT BHMS

You can support BHMS when you do your regular shopping at Kroger by designating Bloomfield Hills Middle School as your Plus Card Community Rewards program recipient. The Kroger website provides instructions for setting up a new account, or for designating Bloomfield Hills Middle School (Organization Code 28755) to your existing account.

Once you've designated BHMS as your organization, each time you shop at Kroger and use your Plus Card, BHMS earns reward points, which translate into checks paid to BHMS quarterly. That's all there is to it!

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PTO NEWS

Please open these minutes from the March 15 PTO meeting featuring guest speaker Charlie Hollertith, Principal of Bloomfield Hills High School. As always, contact PTO Co-Presidents Lisa Efros or Sue Brodsky with questions.


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EXTENDED VACATION FORM REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS

If your child will be missing three or more days of school, please have them pick up from the attendance office an Extended Leave Form. This form is to be signed by the parent and then your student will take this form to all teachers, block teachers and "A" and "B" day elective teachers. The form should be completed at least 2 weeks in advance of the leave. This form will then be returned to the attendance office when complete.

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BHMS CLUB CALENDAR ON WEBSITE

Please use the "BHMS Student Clubs Meeting Calendar", which can be found on the main page of the BHMS website (right side of main page) to find out when before and after school BHMS clubs meet. No need to call the office, as club sponsors have entered dates for the entire school year. Once you have the calendar open, click on "Week" at the top right corner. The calendar will then display both start and end times for the meetings, so you can pick your student up promptly at the end of the meeting. If you can not pick your student up promptly after each meeting, please prearrange supervised care through the district Kidz Zone program.

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BUILDING HOURS FOR STUDENTS

Unsupervised students in the building before and after school hours are a safety concern. Students may enter the building at 7:55 a.m., and should leave the building by 3:15 p.m. Students who remain in the building unsupervised after 3:15 will be taken to Kidz Zone, and parents will be responsible for paying a $15 drop-in charge per incident. If your daily schedule requires you to drop your student off or pick them up before/after these times, please register for Kidz Zone.

Here are the general exceptions to these hours:
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We at Bloomfield Hills Middle School are committed to the pursuit of knowledge through inquiry and the development of young people who act as citizens of the world.

To this end, BHMS strives to foster the value of cultural differences, commit to continuous growth and learning, establishing a climate of caring and respect for people and their perspectives as well as building broader communication capacities through access to global information.

Please remember that nuts of all kinds are restricted at BHMS because of students with severe and life-threatening allergies. This includes nut butters, products containing nuts or nut by-products. The restriction is in effect in the entire building and at all times, including the school day, after school, evenings and weekends. Please keep this restriction in mind not only for individual student lunches and snacks, but also for group treats for a class, for teachers and staff, or items for bake sales.

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Bloomfield Hills Middle School
4200 West Quarton Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

BUILDING HOURS


Full Day Hours8:15 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
Half Day11:35 a.m. Dismissal
Kidz Zone (before and after school care)7 - 8:15 a.m.
3:05 - 6 p.m.

Click here to register your student for this program.

Office7:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

CONTACT


Attendance Line:248.341.6010
Attendance
Guidelines
Main Office:248.341.6000
Fax Number:248.341.6099
Bus Hotline:248.341.6296 @BHSBuses

Randy English, Principal
248.341.6005


Brian Fitzgerald, Associate Principal
248.341.6006


Melanie Irish Parks, Principal's Secretary
248.341.6001


Cherie Foronato, Attendance/Records Secretary
248.341.6002


Counselor 2016/17
Grade Assignments

Laura Jaster, 6th & 8th
248.341.6003


Anthony Flevaris, 5th & 7th
248.341.6004

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