BHS Expands School Social Worker Team


Bloomfield Hills Schools has hired two additional school social workers this fall to further enhance the district’s goal to provide a setting for teaching, learning and parent collaboration at its highest level. Jennifer Perrone, Director of Special Education and school social worker supervisor, shares, “We are excited and grateful for the opportunity to expand the district’s social worker team to allow for at least one full-time school social worker in every building so we can best support the social-emotional needs of all of our students.”

School social workers are trained mental health professionals. They advocate for our students and create plans for teachers and parents to implement to help our students learn as effectively as possible. Proper social and emotional support is unique to each child, and they give that one-on-one attention providing the necessary tools and resources for a student's success.


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The Documentary LIKE achieves the impossible: actually getting kids and teens to put down their phones for a few minutes.

On November 22, Bloomfield Hills Schools will hold a special screening of the documentary in the Bloomfield Hills High School Auditorium at 6:30 p.m., to open up a dialogue between local families, community leaders, and experts.

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Read More about BHS Hosts a screening of the documentary LIKE at Bloomfield Hills High School