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Please view the Welcome Back video address from Dr. Rob Glass by clicking "Read More" and welcome back to school!
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Bloomfield Hills Schools celebrated Welcome Back Day for district staff with a tour of the new Bloomfield Hills High School! Benny the Black Hawk lead the way as staff received a sneak peek of the campus opening to students on September 8, 2015. (photo credit: The Hawkeye)
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Attention students who wish to purchase lunch this year: To help lines run faster and improve the accounting process for lunch purchases, all students will be required to enter their student ID number when buying lunch. This includes students who purchase lunch with cash payment. Please be prepared to input your student ID number when you arrive at the register. Thank you for your cooperation! Bon appetit!
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Following in a fall tradition of the last several years, Preservation Bloomfield and the Friends of Preservation Bloomfield will once again host their Annual Corn Roast on Sunday, September 20, 2015, from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Bowers School Farm on Square Lake Road between Adams and Opdyke Roads. Admission for the event is $20 for adults; $5 for children under five-years; and children under two are free.
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All Biff Radio fans are invited to attend a Dedication Ceremony on Thursday, October 1, at 3:30 p.m. at BHHS. Share a trip down memory lane with special guests and alums and tour the brand-new Biff studios!
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In just five days, BHS elementary students accomplished what typically takes a middle school team six weeks to finish during a summer STEM camp. Hosted by the Bionic Black Hawks, the camp took the students through a middle school robotics game in which they successfully created and programmed their own robots.
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Bloomfield Hills Schools is pleased to be the first in Michigan to install the BluePoint Alert system! This high tech system works much like a fire alarm system, with multiple pull stations throughout the building. At the first sign of an emergency, any individual within the building can activate the system, alerting all occupants of the danger and initiating building protocols. At the same time, the system alerts law enforcement, expediting a rapid response and ultimately saving lives.
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