- Read to a Dog (Recommended for kindergarten to 5th grade) - Sunday, February 10 from 1 to 2 PM
- Little Artists (Recommended for ages 2 to 5) - Monday, February 11 at 10 AM
- Rock ‘N’ Read (Recommended for ages birth to 5) - Tuesday, February 12 at 10 AM
- Terrific Tots (Recommended for ages 1 to 3) - Wednesday, February 13 at 10 AM and 11 AM
- Positively Preschool (Recommended for ages 4 to 5) - Thursday, February 14 at 2 PM
- Books and Babies (For pre-walking infants, ages birth to 12 months) - Friday, February 15 at 10 AM
- Spectacular Saturdays (Recommended for ages birth to 5) - Saturday, February 16 at 11 AM
In Bloomfield Hills Schools, we not only value the communities we serve, we also recognize the importance of maintaining relationships with our neighbors and friends. We are committed to nurturing these relationships through:
- Community Partnership Committees
- Participation in regular meetings and events for organizations such as Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber, Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition, and Bloomfield Youth Guidance
- Realtor programs
- Outreach sessions such as Superintendent Coffees, focus groups, and town hall meetings
- School volunteer programs
…and much more! We encourage you to join us in one of our current partnerships or lend support for any of our new initiatives.
To learn more, please click around in the "Community" section of our website or contact:
Shira Good, Director of Communications and Service Standards
Students in 6th through 12th grades can learn technology skills and have fun at a series of hands-on maker workshops, including 3Doodler Art, Tinkercad, Stop Motion Animation, Game Design with Bloxels, and Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Playground. Find complete descriptions and dates for maker labs on the Library's Event Calendar at www.westbloomfieldlibrary.org.
The Library has books for West Hills Reads
The Library partners with the Bloomfield Hills Schools to support the West Hills Reads school reading program. West Hills Reads helps students improve reading skills and encourages reading for enjoyment. Multiple copies of this year’s books are available at the Main Library and Westacres Branch. Some titles are also available as eBooks and eAdudiobooks. For more information, check the Library’s website for teens: www.wblib.org/wb-hub/
The National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan is hosting a Youth Media Contest open to all Oakland County high school females and identifying females. The topic is "What does gun violence prevention mean to you?" Submissions are due by 3/25/19. And awards ceremony will take place on 4/15/19. 1st place receives $1,000, 2nd place $750, and 3rd place $500. For more information, application, and release forms visit, www.ncjwmi.org.
At BHS, we are committed to helping our families in every way possible. We have found a few local internet companies that offer families a discounted rate for their internet services. If you qualify, these low-income internet service providers can help you get online, with broadband internet speeds for very low monthly rates and no contract hassles. The following are links to various companies that offer these program for qualifying families.
Bloomfield Hills Schools is hiring! A list of all current open jobs can be viewed by following this link.