Eastover is a student-centered learning community that values the unique potential of each child by setting high expectations, while respecting the individual needs and abilities of our diverse student population.
Eastover Elementary Earns 2015 National Blue Ribbon School Recognition!
Former United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recognized Eastover Elementary School as a 2015 U.S. Department of Education Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School.
The National Blue Ribbon Schools Award is a highly recognized symbol of commendable teaching and learning. Schools are honored at a ceremony in Washington D.C. with a plaque affirming the hard work of students, educators, families and communities, and presented with a special flag to grace the school building. “This is an incredible honor for our school,” said Principal Carey Crocker. “The teachers, students, and families have worked hard to earn this distinction.” To read more click here.
Visible Thinking and Sustainability
At Eastover, we aim to educate the whole child. In addition to a comprehensive curriculum based on the Common Core State Standards, students receive instruction in music, art, Spanish, physical education, and technology. Students also engage in learning opportunities that develop their creativity, compassion, and leadership skills. Character traits are continually reinforced through our Positive Behavior Support program. Our Visible Thinking initiative provides a culture of thinking that fosters creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration. Students are given opportunities throughout the year to make a positive impact at home, in the community, and beyond, through our school sustainability initiative.
Do you ever wonder what opportunities and pathways are available for students entering high school? Click here to view the 2016-17 High School Opportunities Packet.
On Sunday, October 30, at 1 p.m. the National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Detroit Section in cooperation with Bloomfield Hills, Walled Lake, and West Bloomfield School Districts will present the Human Trafficking Awareness Symposium 2016 at West Bloomfield High School. Cost: $10 per family. Free for high school students and educators. Pre-registration is necessary. To register, call the NCJW office 248-355-3300, ext. 0 or visit www.NCJWGDS.org.
1101 Westview Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
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