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Bond Update - 01/14/21

With the passage of the $200 million bond in August 2020, Bloomfield Hills Schools administrators and staff are excited and hard at work planning for the future of our schools. The plans for the new and renovated structures are educator-driven, to ensure that teachers have a direct impact in designing student-centered schools. To learn more check out the Bond Update from the January 14 Board of Education meeting.

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Biomedical Pathway Final Project

Juniors in the Biomedical Pathway class at BHHS, Grace Bickersteth and Sydney Kennedy, were challenged with a goal to help the community understand infectious diseases. They chose to focus on the impacts of Covid-19 and how it has affected healthcare workers. They have created a video that shares the personal experiences of different healthcare workers and any advice they wanted to share to the community. Their project also includes an infographic explaining the basics of the immune system.

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School Board Recognition Month

Bloomfield Hills Schools joins school districts throughout Michigan to celebrate January as School Board Recognition Month. 

The seven elected trustees currently serving on the BHS Board of Education are: Howard Baron, Jennifer Cook, Lisa Efros, Paul Kolin, Siva Kumar, Michelle Southward, and Johnathan VanGemert. We would also like to extend a warm welcome to our three new Board members: Siva Kumar, Michelle Southward, and Johnathan VanGemert! 

The BHS Board Members will be formally recognized during the Board of Education Study Session on January 14, 2021. 

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Mask Reminders

As a reminder, please be sure your child’s mask follows the Bloomfield Hills Schools mask guidelines. Face masks can be either reusable or disposable. They should fit tightly over your entire nose and mouth. Masks must have school-appropriate graphics. Masks should NOT have valves. Masks with valves are not permitted in Bloomfield Hills Schools. Students and staff are welcome to wear face shields brought from home, but they are not required. They may be worn in addition to a face mask. Neck gaiters and bandannas are not sufficient face coverings. They may be worn in addition to a face mask. Neck gaiters must have school-appropriate graphics.

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District and School Communications

Families are automatically signed up to receive communication from their child's school, teachers, and Bloomfield Hills Schools through Remind and My Bloomfield. Instructions for updating this information are available at www.bloomfield.org/notifications. Here you can manage your contact preferences as they pertain to text, email, and phone call notifications.

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Infinite Opportunities:  Students in Bloomfield Hills Schools are supported in an environment that promotes personal learning, critical thinking, and creativity.  Learners are connected to the world outside the classroom and engage in meaningful work that drives passion, risk-taking, and a deep sense of student ownership.  Click to learn more!

 

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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.