Wednesday, May 26
at 5 p.m.
3456 Lahser Road in Bloomfield Hills
NEWS & MEDIA
Wednesday, May 26
Market Day is an exciting day for Conant’s 4th Grade students! Student Lara Badreddine explains an important goal of Market Day, “When we can choose what we are going to make, we have to consider the cost of our materials and whether we can sell our product for a profit.”
Bloomfield Virtual 5th grade students recently received a musical treat: guest speaker Kris Johnson, an award-winning trumpeter, composer, and educator who is also the parent of a BHS student!
Thursday, May 27, 2021
5:30 to 8 p.m.
BHHS Legacy Courtyard
Join the fun to see exhibits representing cultures close to home and around the world. See amazing students perform music and dance presentations. Try global cuisines. Enter the raffles to win awesome prizes. And it's all FREE!
Wednesday, June 9, 2021
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Virtual via Zoom
During National Physical Fitness & Sports Month BHS would like to thank the physical education teachers for promoting a healthy lifestyle and teaching students how staying physically active in a variety of fun ways!
We are excited to continue on the journey of preparing your child for kindergarten this Fall. On Tuesday, May 11 our elementary schools will share video resources as a way to introduce your family to the kindergarten experience. The video introductions will be available on our Kindergarten webpage beginning May 11. Once you have viewed the information about kindergarten and/or developmental kindergarten, let us know what questions you have by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spanish classrooms across the district celebrated Cinco de Mayo in unique and at varying levels by teaching students popular Mexican recipes, displaying traditional holiday clothing, discovering interesting trivia, studying famous artists, and appreciating the beautiful Mexican culture.
The Oakland County Health Division (OCHD) now allows for a 10-day quarantine after close contact with a known COVID positive person. This decision is based on CDC and MDHHS guidelines, given the current downward trend in COVID-19 cases in Oakland County.
Bloomfield Hills Schools will adopt the 10-day quarantine after close contact with a known COVID positive person effective immediately for all schools, except Wing Lake and Bloomin’. Wing Lake and Bloomin’ have populations where mitigation efforts, like masking, are not possible so we are mandating that those locations continue to follow the 14-day quarantine period.
Those schools following the 10-day quarantine must do the following:
Continue daily symptom checks for the entire 14 days: there must be no symptoms consistent with COVID-19 during the that period;
Continue all mitigation strategies: masking; distance; hand-washing
The BHHS varsity boys basketball team recently was named a top Academic All-Star Team by the Michigan High School Athletic Association. The team finished with the fourth best grade point average in the state and has won the award three of the last four years.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Established in 1978, what was originally a week-long acknowledgement became a month-long celebration in 1992. Bloomfield Hills Schools celebrates this month in a variety of ways.
The weekend of April 24 was an exciting one in many Bloomfield Hills School family households, as middle school Forensics students performed their well-rehearsed pieces for three rounds of judging in the virtual Michigan Interscholastic Forensics Association (MIFA) Spring Forensics Tournament
Bloomfield Hills Schools has Summer Camp opportunities for all ages, all abilities, and all interests! New this year, families have the option to select individual days, an entire week, and an option to pay for the entire summer.
The Certified Board Member Awards Program, through the Michigan Association of School Boards, offers school board leaders a way to develop new skills, stay up to date on educational issues, and earn recognition for professional development as a school board member. Congratulations to Board Vice President Jennifer Matlow who earned the Certified Board Member Award and Award of Merit, and to Board President Paul Kolin who earned an Award of Distinction.
Congratulations to the following BHHS students for being selecting as a 2021 Rising Star by the Jewish News:
- Abby Chayet (junior)
- Sammi Desmon (junior)
- Estee Moss (senior)
- Lainie Rubin (senior)
Congratulations to BHHS junior Jaanaki Radhakrishnan for receiving the Princeton Prize in Race Relations! Jaanaki has been recognized as an exceptional high school student who has engaged and challenged the community to advance racial equity and promote respect and understanding among all. Jaanaki serves as head of the Bloomfield Hills Schools Student Equity Council.
Congratulations to Mrs. Laliberte for being named MASC/MAHS Chapter Advisor of the Year and Mrs. Lupone for being named a finalist for the Michigan Assistant Principal of the Year. These two prestigious awards were given by students at the MASC/MAHS Statewide Leadership awards ceremony.
May 13 & 14 at 7 p.m.
May 15 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are available at bhhs.ludus.com
The summer programs in Bloomfield Hills Schools will extend the school year by providing continuous learning opportunities for students.
To protect the health and safety of Wing Lake students, the Wing Lake Developmental Center playground will be closed to the public beginning April 21, 2021 until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our community, but as a district we believe this is a necessary step to ensure the safety of our students.