The Bloomfield Hills High School Bionic Black Hawks will compete in the Qianjiang International Robotics Competition in Hangzhou Shi, Zhejiang Sheng, China July 24 – August 2, 2018. The Black Hawks are one of nine teams from the USA competing in the event!
Michelle Liu, IA's National Council of Women in Technology award winner, enlisted the help of fellow classmates to design and produce sparkCS a summer computer coding and robotics camp for girls (grades 4-7).
Pictured here are camp organizers Angelina Reyes, Michelle Liu, Neha Middela and Tejal Mahajan.
Check out their website: https://www.sparkcs.co/
NCWIT award: https://www.aspirations.org/user/90931
The Bloomfield Hills High School Model UN Team was just named the #1 Model UN Team in Michigan for public schools and one of the top 150 teams in all of North America! In addition to winning state championships, the team hosted more than 1,000 students for the 22nd Annual Southeast Michigan Model United Nations Association (SEMMUNA) Conference. As the largest high school Model UN event in the state of Michigan, the event attracted 40 student teams in Michigan. Congratulations to the entire BHHS Model UN Team and coach Mr. MacLeod!
Oakland Schools is partnering with Royal Oak and Southfield Libraries to host nationally-acclaimed children's author, Lester Laminack, on Saturday, July 28, 2018. Come with your young readers (K-3rd grade) for an interactive experience that will engage your child and provide you with practical strategies for reading and writing during the summer and beyond. Lester will read aloud to children and discuss early literacy practices with families. Registration opens on June 25.
As a member of the Bloomfield Hills Schools community, we would like to invite those who have not already participated to to attend the Institute for Healing Racism on August 9 and 10, 2018. The days will run from 8 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. Follow the links below to register for a session. Attendance at both days is mandatory.
Questions? Contact Bill Boyle, Equity Programs Coordinator, at BBoyle@bloomfield.org.
"It was amazing!" exclaimed Abe Rosett, 4th grade student, after seeing birds banded at the Nature Center. Bloomfield Hills Schools students visited the Nature Center for an annual bird banding field trip each spring. Expert, licensed bird bander Allen Chartier taught students how to capture, weigh, measure, and track birds of all species that fly into the area. The Nature Center has been home to a 29 year long bird banding study!
Andover Alum (2004), Matt Lisiecki, will be on Jeopardy on Friday, March 2, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. on NBC. Best of Luck, Matt!