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COVID-19 Case Update 10/23/20

We are writing to notify you of two confirmed positive student COVID-19 cases: one at East Hills Middle School and one at Eastover Elementary School. The schools will be deep cleaned once again this evening and all areas will be thoroughly disinfected. Our regularly scheduled classes will continue and, if you do not receive a specific quarantine notice or a phone call from the Oakland County Health Division case investigator, your child can attend school as scheduled.

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COVID pre-screen flyer

The Bloomfield Hills Schools COVID Pre-Screen has been updated to now include a self-reporting tool for possible, probable, and confirmed cases of COVID-19.

In addition, families can report a student absence via the form and we encourage families to use the form for absence reporting in lieu of the attendance hotlines at each individual school.

Please continue to visit www.bloomfield.org/pre-screen each morning to complete the COVID-19 pre-screen.

Families should contact their child's school building with questions regarding the daily pre-screen tool, reporting an absence, or reporting a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19.

Staff, please contact your immediate supervisor with questions.

Thank you for your participation in this important district safety measure!

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COVID-19 Case Update Fox Hills 10/22/20

We are writing to notify you of a second confirmed positive staff COVID-19 case at Bloomin’ Preschools, Fox Hills. The Oakland County Health Division (OCHD) determined that three classes at Bloomin’ Preschools Fox Hills need to be closed and quarantined for fourteen (14) days. Per the OCHD, this ruling is effective immediately. The school will be deep cleaned once again this evening and all areas will be thoroughly disinfected. Our regularly scheduled classes will continue and, if you do not receive a specific quarantine notice or a phone call from the Oakland County Health Division case investigator, your child can attend school as scheduled.

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COVID-19 Case Update 10/19/20

We are writing to notify you of three unconnected confirmed/probable cases of COVID at Bloomfield Hills High School - two students and one staff member. Again, these cases are completely unrelated and all three individuals were not in attendance today. The school will be deep cleaned as a part of our normal weekly practice on Wednesday and all areas will be thoroughly disinfected. Our regularly scheduled classes will continue in our hybrid model and, if you do not receive a specific quarantine notice or a phone call from the Oakland County Health Department case investigator, your child can attend school as scheduled.

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COVID-19 Case Update BHHS 10/19/20

We are writing to notify you of three unconnected confirmed/probable cases of COVID at Bloomfield Hills High School - two students and one staff member. Again, these cases are completely unrelated and all three individuals were not in attendance today. The school will be deep cleaned as a part of our normal weekly practice on Wednesday and all areas will be thoroughly disinfected. Our regularly scheduled classes will continue in our hybrid model and, if you do not receive a specific quarantine notice or a phone call from the Oakland County Health Department case investigator, your child can attend school as scheduled.

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Join BHHS PTO

Academic Year 2020-2021

Subject:  BHHS PTO – Calling All Families to Join Us!

The BHHS PTO is a place where all student families can meet other families, share experiences, get information, discuss issues, and interact with school administrators and staff.  You can get involved in various activities if you’d like, but it’s not required. Even though we are starting the school year off remotely, there are still things to do and ways we can support our students! We are always looking for novel ideas for how to do this and would love to hear from you.

Thank you to everyone who has already joined PTO. If you have not had a chance to, please consider joining.  We value your input and your support for the numerous PTO-sponsored programs throughout the year. Membership also means you get a vote at the monthly PTO meetings. 

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COVID-19 Case Update BHMS 10/13/20

This afternoon, October 13, 2020, we were notified of a positive COVID case at Bloomfield Hills Middle School. The student was not in attendance today. The school will be deep cleaned as a part of our normal weekly practice tomorrow (Wednesday) and all areas will be thoroughly disinfected. Our regularly scheduled classes will continue in our hybrid model on Thursday and, if you do not receive a specific quarantine notice or a phone call from the Oakland County Health Department case investigator, your child can attend school as scheduled.

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Make A Difference Day 2020

Help tackle food insecurity and warmth in Oakland County. This year due to COVID-19, Make a Difference Day will look a bit different than in years past. In an effort to keep our communities safe and comfortable, we will offer various ways that you and your family can get involved:

Hours are done in outdoor food loading, socially distant garden project and contactless porch food drop offs for all ages supporting Michah 6 Community in Pontiac and MyCovidResponse.org for Oakland County.

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Safe for School Hotline

Beginning October 12 through December 30, 2020, Oakland County is offering a telephone screening resource to assist parents/guardians through the pre-screening process and to help identify potential illness in children prior to entering school. All screenings are conducted by healthcare professionals.

Hotline staff can help answer questions about COVID-19 symptoms, the need for testing, and what is considered high-risk.

  • Cost: No cost for parents/guardians of Oakland County school-aged children
  • Days: Monday through Friday
  • Times: 5 a.m. to 8 a.m.
  • Number: 248-551-4242
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Mask Reminders

As a reminder, please be sure your child’s mask follows the Bloomfield Hills Schools mask guidelines. Face masks can be either reusable or disposable. They should fit tightly over your entire nose and mouth. Masks must have school-appropriate graphics. Masks should NOT have valves. Masks with valves are not permitted in Bloomfield Hills Schools. Students and staff are welcome to wear face shields brought from home, but they are not required. They may be worn in addition to a face mask. Neck gaiters and bandannas are not sufficient face coverings. They may be worn in addition to a face mask. Neck gaiters must have school-appropriate graphics.

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COVID-19 Case Update BHHS 10/8/20

On October 8, 2020, BHS was notified of a positive COVID case at Bloomfield Hills High School. The student was not in attendance today. The high school was deep cleaned as a part of our normal weekly practice yesterday (Wednesday) and all areas have been thoroughly disinfected. Out of an abundance of caution, all volleyball activities are suspended beginning today and until further notice. Our regularly scheduled classes will continue and, if you do not receive a specific quarantine notice or a phone call from the Oakland County Health Department case investigator, your child can attend school as scheduled.

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Student Drop-Off/Pick-up Reminders

A couple of important reminders if you are going to drop off or pick up your student from school:

  1. Please drop-off in designated areas (click here). See map for drop-off locations. Please do not drop your student off on Andover or Long Lake roads. 

  2. Please do not block crosswalks.

  3. Please pull forward (as far as possible) in drop-off areas to minimize traffic back-ups on Andover and Long Lake roads. 

  4. Please do not drop off in the designated areas for student and staff parking.

  5. Students and families should never park in drop-off areas at any times.

  6. Please use caution at all times 

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Importance of Pre-screening and Face Covering Guidelines

Importance of Pre-screen

Remember to pre-screen at www.bloomfield.org/pre-screen.  This can be completed from any computer, tablet, or mobile device. Paper copies are also available for those who wish to print the checklist for a home reference.

Thank you for your cooperation and daily diligence in this process!

Face Coverings/Masks

Please remember, all students and staff must follow all safety measures.  This includes not just wearing a face covering, but an approved facial covering. Please review the following Face Covering Guidelines.

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Lunches

A couple of important reminders regarding lunches:

  • We now have four lunch periods to help reduce lunch sizes for health and safety.. Average lunch sizes will range between 200-225 students per lunch in the hybrid schedule. Lunches are determined by location of your 5th or 6th hour class. To determine which lunch a student has please look at the room number for the 5th or 6th period class on MiStar. The lunch schedule is as follows; A Lunch: LC A100, B100, C100, B Lunch: LC A200, B200, C200, D200, C Lunch: World Lang,KM, DS, G Wing, D Lunch: Model Center, Performing Arts, Art, and PE.

  • Students are restricted to eat lunch only in main street, main commons, grand staircase, and upstairs main commons areas. Seating is restricted per table.

  • Complete breakfasts and lunches will be served at no cost to students. This program will tentatively run through winter break.

  • All food choices will be pre-packaged. 

  • Please view food service letter by clicking this link.

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Balfour Cap and Gown Orders

Welcome class of 2021!  I know it sounds crazy, but we are already planning for your graduation from Bloomfield Hills High School.  Your cap and gown and senior items are a key part of your celebration, and we understand how important it is.  This class has already been through many challenges, so we made the order process fast and easy for you this year.

To order your cap and gown package, just go to www.balfourshop.com and enter promo code MI161640 

This promo code guarantees that you will receive the Bloomfield Hills cap & gown.  

You can also use this link to take you directly to the Bloomfield Hills cap & gown ordering page: https://store.balfourshop.com/MI161640/

All orders must be placed by October 10th before the promo code expires. 

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Meals for Kids

This fall, BHS will be continuing free curbside service for students either learning virtually or distance learning through the 2020-2021 school year.

Meal distribution is available curbside at Bloomfield Hills High School from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. Meals will be provided for breakfast and lunch.

For students attending school in-person, meals will be provided in schools, either to take home if they are attending ½ days or cooked in the kitchens and ready to eat in school on full days for free.

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Important Announcement

As of Friday afternoon, August 21, 2020, a student athlete tested positive for COVID-19. Per the CDC recommendation and Phase 4 COVID-19 Task Force on Education Return to School Advisory Council’s guidance we will postpone practice for the affected program until further notice. The program will be notified by our Athletic Department this evening.

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District and School Communications

Families are automatically signed up to receive communication from their child's school, teachers, and Bloomfield Hills Schools through Remind and My Bloomfield. Instructions for updating this information are available at www.bloomfield.org/notifications. Here you can manage your contact preferences as they pertains to text, email, and phone call notifications.

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Important Announcement

As educators, we are all aware of the challenges the spring shutdown brought many of the students, as well as parents and staff.  After hearing the experiences from students, teachers, other special education administrators and all of you, we are committed to remaining focused on what is best for students. To that end, we need to ensure that we are providing the best instructional opportunities for our students while keeping health and safety as our priority. 

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Important Announcement

As we progress toward the start of our 2020-2021 school year, I wanted to share a recent development with you. Last night, I presented the Board of Education with our COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan, as required by Governor Whitmer. The Board voted to adopt the plans as presented and approved them to be sent to the state. Following the approval of our COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan, the Board had a lengthy discussion about our return to school, grappling with the complexities of this complicated time. Ultimately, out of an abundance of caution, the Board voted to start the school year remotely.

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Bloomfield VIRTUAL Information 7/31/2020

We remain committed to providing the rigorous education our students and families expect from Bloomfield Hills Schools, while also ensuring families have the ability to choose the learning setting that is right for their family. The choice of education setting for the fall is a very personal one as families are each grappling with unique challenges and circumstances. 

Bloomfield VIRTUAL provides an equitable, caring, and safe learning environment where students are encouraged to be intellectually curious and academically ambitious. Leveraging the power of technology and community, Bloomfield VIRTUAL learning promotes student agency for all learners to achieve their highest aspirations.

We are pleased to share with you today the Bloomfield VIRTUAL Handbook and Catalog, which contains:

  • Virtual Campus Overviews and Information
  • Sample Daily Schedules by Grade Level
  • Available Courses and Content Descriptions
  • Special Education Supports & Schedules
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Nut-Restricted Zones

Bloomfield Hills High School has designated the Main Commons and Learning Communities A, B, C, and D on both the upper and lower levels as nut-restricted zones. There are students in our building who are highly allergic to nuts or nut products and will be eating in these zones. Please plan snacks and lunches accordingly. We appreciate in advance your full cooperation.

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Welcome to Bloomfield Hills High School!

Our state of the art facility is designed around learning communities to help personalize learning for all students grades 9-12 in a collaborative environment.

The school is designed to support the highest levels of student engagement and academic success. We also provide a permanent facility on-site for Model Center, with highly collaborative and technical learning spaces for our students.  

2020-21 In-Person Hybrid Bell Schedule

 

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Bloomfield Hills High School
4200 Andover Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

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Attendance: 248.341.5610
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Counseling: 248.341.5630
Main Office: 248.341.5670
Fax: 248.341.5698
Bus Hotline: 248.341.6296
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Charlie Hollerith, Principal
248.341.5605
CHollerith@bloomfield.org

Jessica Lupone, Associate Principal
248.341.5603
JLupone@bloomfield.org

Cathy McDonald, Associate Principal
248.341.5607
CMcDonald@bloomfield.org

David Reed-Nordwall, Associate Principal
248.341.5604
DReed-Nordwall@bloomfield.org

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