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The Oakland County Health Division recently reported a confirmed animal rabies case in a dead skunk removed from West Bloomfield north of West 14 Mile Road, south of West Maple Road between Drake and Farmington Roads. Residents are urged to stay away from wild animals such as skunks, bats, raccoons, foxes, and stray cats and dogs. For information and a map of confirmed animal rabies cases in Oakland County, visit www.oakgov.com/health.

2019 BYA Mentors Plus

Bloomfield Youth Assistance and Oakland County Youth Assistance have joined forces to create Mentors Plus, a mentoring program in which children and youth in the Bloomfield community are matched with adult volunteer mentors. The program currently needs more adult volunteers to mentor children and youth in Bloomfield. If you are interested, please contact the BYA office at 248.341.5680.

Learn More about BYA Seeking Volunteers for Mentors Plus

Students and families are invited to attend the free educational symposium and resource expo Prep for Success on Saturday, November 9, 2019, from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the WSU Student Center. To register visit www.iameachoneteachone.com


Bloomfield Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) for Special Education invites all families whose children are currently serviced by special education to attend the PAC Parent/Guardian Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, October 22, 2019, at 6 p.m. at Booth.

Learn More about PAC Meeting

“We are very fortunate to have recreational time built into the day for our middle school students across the district,” shares Harleen Singh, Associate Principal of BHMS. “We’ve made some changes as we’ve noticed that some students were not eating a proper lunch or skipping it entirely and going straight to recreation time.” 


Students in grades 6-12 are invited to submit entries for the design of the "I Voted!" sticker for Oakland County's 100th Anniversary of women's suffrage. Two student winners will receive $1,000. Visit OakGov.com/VotesForWomen for more details. Deadline for entry is 10/18/19.

BHS Foundation Grant Check

The BHS Foundation Grant Application is now available! Applications are due by October 21, 2019, and grants will be awarded by November 22. For complete grant details, please visit www.bloomfield.org/support/grants

To make a donation to the BHSF in support of grants for BHS, please visit www.bloomfield.org/give

For questions or more information, please contact BHSF Executive Directive, Cathie Badalamenti at 248.341.5465.

Learn More about BHS Foundation Grant Applications Now Available!
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Student Quotes: “As an IB Diploma student I have created strong, lasting relationships with my teachers and peers, which has helped further my education.  Another one of my favorite things about Bloomfield Hills Schools is the diversity because you can experience various perspectives in class.” says Michelle (Ting Ting) Chang.  “The FTC Robotics Team is fun and challenging.  It was neat to build a robot from scraps of metal and build the circuits; I was the driver in competitions!” says Celeste Meisel.  “I love math!  I am enrolled in AP Statistics and I really enjoy Calculus.  My Student Leadership class inspired me to become a small business owner; I manage a parking lot striping company called Motor City Striping.”says Nicholas Bellinson.