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Report Incidents of Bias & Hate

We are committed to maintaining a safe learning environment in Bloomfield Hills Schools.  Students and families are encouraged to please report incidents of bias and hate using our reporting tool.  The district has dedicated support staff prepared to assist with this tool and support individuals who report an incident.

The link is available here.

What should be reported 
Please report any incident of written, verbal, physical, and psychological behavior that is not conducive to a safe learning environment and is motivated or is perceived by the victim or victims to be motivated by race, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, sex, ability, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status or language. Incidents may be reported by a student or, if the student is too young to complete the form, by a parent or guardian. 

This tool is not meant to replace OK2SAY for incidents that require immediate attention or are life-threatening.  As a reminder, anyone can report a tip on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools through OK2SAY: https://www.michigan.gov/ok2say

 


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2019 MSBOA State Solo and Ensemble Festival

Congratulations to all of the BHHS students who participated in the 2019 MSBOA State Solo and Ensemble Festival on Saturday, March 16, 2019. The top scores from around the state will be compiled and students will be notified if they are selected to perform in the Michigan Youth Arts Festival in Kalamazoo in early May. Congratulations to the musicians who have earned a position the MYAF ensembles, to Debbie Wogaman (horn) who was nominated as top soloist in the state, and to the Black Hawk String Quintet on their nomination as one of the top chamber ensembles in the state! View the full list of results

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Three BHHS Artists Earn National Scholastic Art Awards

The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers released the national results of the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Senior Rory Burman earned a national Silver Medal award for the photo "Confined." "The Family Tree" by junior Jenny She also received a national Silver Medal. Sophomore Nolan Lopez also won a national Silver Medal for the photo called "Midas". Congratulations to the student artists and instructors, Barb Brownson and Peg Pasternak, on these prestigious awards!

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Alan Zhang & Balazs Szamosfalvi Advance to the National Chemistry Olympiad Exam Competition

Congratulations to BHHS junior Alan Zhang and senior Balazs Szamosfalvi for being nominated within the 11 out of 175 students who competed in the Local Chemistry Olympiad Competition on March 21 to advance to the National Chemistry Olympiad Exam on April 25 at U of M Dearborn! The top 20 students from the National Exam are then invited to attend a study camp where they could be selected for the International Competition to represent the U.S in Paris, France. Best of luck, Alan and Balazs!

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East Hills Book Swap

This month at East Hills a new tradition began.  The Book Swap.  March is reading month and some parents had the idea to hold a book swap to help celebrate reading month.  Last week students were encouraged to bring up to 5 books, at the 4th to 8th grade reading level, that they could then swap for other books on Monday, March 11th.  Roughly 70 students participated and brought books, and over 250 books were swapped.  This tradition was a fun way to get students to connect over reading, to read more, and to recycle books instead of throwing them away.  We hope that this tradition will continue on for many years and would like to wish everyone a very Happy Reading Month!

 

Written by Lucia Farah, 7th Grader

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