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Environmental Club Terracycle Fundraiser

From December 20 through January 23, the BHHS Environmental Club is hosting a fundraiser with TerraCycle. TerraCycle redeems a set amount of money depending on the brand/type of product. TerraCycle is a social enterprise on a mission to eliminate waste. It offers a range of free recycling programs to help collect and recycle hard-to-recycle waste. These products are broken down and remolded to create new products such as park benches and picnic tables.

The following brands and products can be recycled:

  • ARM & HAMMER and OXICLEAN plastic pouches
  • Bimbo Bakeries USA Bags
  • Calbee snack packaging and food wrappers
  • Café La Llave Espresso and Don Francisco’s coffee pods
  • Entenmann’s Little Bites pouches and Minis film packaging
  • eos lip, lotion, and shave packaging
  • Febreze aerosol and air care products
  • Swiffer Refills for the Sweeper, Duster, and WetJet Pads
  • VTech and LeapFrog electronic learning devices and toys

Funds collected from this fundraiser will be donated to the Greater Bay Area Central Coast Wildfire Relief Fund. This fund will provide immediate and long-term recovery to those affected by the August 2020 wildfires in the Bay Area and Central Coast of California.

Items will be picked up from your house. DM @bhhsenvclub on Instagram or email for more information. Thank you for your participation!

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BioMed Student Project Flyer and Survey

The BioMed students recently created a flyer regarding guidelines for staying safe during the Covid-19 Pandemic, avoiding common Covid-related myths, and showing intriguing statistics about Covid-19. They also created a short 1-2 minute survey that accompanies the flyer.  They collected information from various sources, including the CDC, and an infectious disease professional. Please see the flyer for the information and if you are willing, the students would love it if you would fill out the survey as well.  Thank you for your consideration and time helping them with this project.

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BHHS Picture Day LifeTouch


Cohort A: Tuesday, February 2 - 7:30am - 2:30 pm (for hybrid students) and 3:00-5 pm. for virtual students.

Cohort B: Thursday, February 4 - 7:30am - 2:30 pm (for hybrid students) and 3:00-5 pm. for virtual students.

Picture retakes will be in the upper cafe and students will be called down throughout the day.  Students who are continuing distance learning have the opportunity to have their picture taken between 3-5 pm on either Tuesday or Thursday. 

PHOTO AND ID PICK UP - Students can stop by the welcome desk to retrieve their photos and student IDs.

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Temporary hybrid* parking permits are available in the main office upon return to classes. Valid driver's license, car registration and $20 (per quarter) will allow students to park on their Cohort Day while we are in hybrid mode. 

*Hybrid permits will ONLY BE VALID during the hybrid schedule.  They will not be valid when we return to our regular (5 day a week) schedule.

Class of 2021: Senior Snow Day

Parents, tell your Senior student to watch for the sign up to CELEBRATE the end of finals and the beginning of the LAST SEMESTER OF SENIOR YEAR!!!

Your senior will be able to sign up for a time slot with friends to enjoy a fun evening outside together.

Activities include: SNOW TUBING with Lights and a DJ for just $6 each, multiple bonfires and hot chocolate and s'mores (available for purchase with ALL PROCEEDS going toward SENIOR PROM - donations are accepted!)

This is a private event, only open to BHHS Seniors. MASKS MUST BE WORN for entry.  Tubes are provided by the farm.  

PARENTS: here is the link to donate or sign up to help.

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Biomedical Pathway Final Project

Juniors in the Biomedical Pathway class at BHHS, Grace Bickersteth and Sydney Kennedy, were challenged with a goal to help the community understand infectious diseases. They chose to focus on the impacts of Covid-19 and how it has affected healthcare workers. They have created a video that shares the personal experiences of different healthcare workers and any advice they wanted to share to the community. Their project also includes an infographic explaining the basics of the immune system.

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Final Experience Update

The purpose of the Final Experience is to allow an opportunity for students who are performing below their typical or desired level to demonstrate they have met appropriate standards for an improved grade or “Pass” for the course.  The Final Experience will take place January 26-January 29. 

Friday, January 22 and Monday, January 25 are designated as student support days for those pursuing a grade improvement or who need support for the final experience. There is no formal attendance taken on these days except for those students that teachers have requested to see or those students that have requested to see a teacher. Teachers will inform their students of the format for the support days and how to best utilize their time.  

Tuesday, January 26 - Friday, January 29:

This week is designated for the final experience opportunity. Please see the attached schedule for the details of this week. Students will only need to attend the class periods that they are participating in a Final Experience.


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Clubs and Co-Curriculars Update

Earlier this week the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services updated its epidemic order to allow re-opening of all non-contact sports and activities. Extracurriculars are allowed to resume as long as the activity can be done while wearing a mask and without physical contact.  According to the FAQ provided by the state, "All extracurricular activities are permitted, except those that involve physical contact among participants or where masks cannot be worn.” The new order is effective Saturday, Jan. 16 and will last until Sunday, Jan. 31.  

Clubs and co-curricular activities will be allowed to resume assuming that all of the guidelines in the order can be followed. Please see the Epidemic Order FAQ for further clarification.

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2021 All Night Party

Senior parents: Join us WEDNESDAY, January 27 at 8pm virtually for an update and planning meeting for the following:

  • Senior Lottery

  • Senior Snow Day – Feb Event 

  • Senior All Night Party

Here is the link to join:

The best way you can help is to be sure that you have done the following:

  • Purchase your ticket for the party – click here

  • Purchase a Graduation Lawn sign – click here for personalized and here for non-personalized

  • Offer to volunteer – click here

  • Make a donation to support our efforts – click here

  • Advertise your business to support our efforts – click here

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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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