BHS Foundation: Picture the Possibilities

The BHS Foundation is excited to launch its 2018 Annual Appeal: Picture the Possibilities. Please watch this video from Superintendent Dr. Rob Glass to learn more about the programs funded. Contributions are accepted now through December 31, 2018. All contributors will be entered into a drawing to receive two tickets to the BHS Foundation Celebration in March 2019, and those who donate $50 or more will be invited to a special Winter Blast at the new Bloomfield Winter Park opening in January 2019 at Bowers Farm! Donate at or call 248.341.5465.

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Day of the Dead Classroom Learning
"I learned that Day of the Dead is about happiness, and getting together with family to celebrate people who have passed away," shares Elizabeth Rasi, a 3rd grade student at Lone Pine.  Reflecting on the learning in Señor Johns' Spanish class surrounding Day of the Dead celebrations, Rasi explains, "we did a "See-Think-Wonder" on the board, while looking at pictures of Señor Johns' grandmother who passed away.  It's good for people to celebrate Day of the Dead every year, because it makes them feel good about themselves and other people." Kindergarteners through 4th graders participated in learning experiences oriented toward group inquiry about the holiday in Señor Johns' Spanish classes.  Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that takes place from October 31 until November 2.
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Princess Tea Party & Knight Training

The BHHS Performing Arts Theatre will host a Princess Tea Party and Knight Training on Saturday, November 17, 2018, from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 per child (snack, photo, crafts, and mingling with Princesses and Knights included). The recommended age is elementary school K-4th grade, and pre-schoolers and younger middle school students are welcome too! Tickets can be purchased at

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