Please remember that BHMS is a peanut and tree nut restricted building 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There are students in the building who are highly allergic to nuts. Students, parents/guardians or visitors should not bring items containing peanuts, tree nuts or products derived from nuts of any type into the building. This includes items given to the office staff, to teachers, for classrooms, bake sales, end-of-sports or club parties or any other occasion AND applies to outside groups utilizing BHMS building space. Thank you for your cooperation!
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BOOSTERS BAKE SALES ARE STARTING UP AGAIN. BAKERS AND SELLERS NEEDED: Music Boosters needs volunteers for Wednesday fundraising bake sales, which take place immediately after school in the Gateway Space. Volunteers are needed to donate baked goods and/or run sales. PLEASE REMEMBER that products must not contain or be cooked with nuts or nut products. Baked items can be dropped off in the main office anytime before 2:45 p.m. Sign up to donate baked goods and/or work at a sale by clicking HERE. Thank you for supporting the BHMS Music Boosters!
On behalf of Mrs. Kucinski and her Be the Change Club members, thank you to all who supported the BHMS club's endeavor to sponsor 125 Oakland County children through the Bloomfield Optimist Club's Holiday Wish Program. Because of your generosity, the wishes of all 125 children were met. Additionally, BHMS collected donations of $1,100 to give to the Bloomfield Optimist Club to support other children. As you can see from the picture, the donated gifts wrapped around the the entire gateway space. Thank you again for being a supportive and giving community!
Several BHMS students competed recently in Robotics competitions in both the First Lego League (FLL) and the First Tech Challenge (FTC). The results of those competitions are highlighted in the District News Robotics article below.
Robotics teams with BHMS members are:
- Technical Difficulties
- Mechanical Monkeys
- Golden Gears
- Purple Protons
- Space Unicorns
BHMS is proud of the students and appreciative of the coaches and parents who commit their time to the Robotics programs. Congratulations to all of you.
Get information on the latest BHMS PTO meetings and events.
Except for days of inclement weather, BHMS students in all grades – 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th – will have outdoor recess following lunch in the cafeteria. Please be sure that your student comes to school every day prepared to be outside.
The best resource for all up-to-date athletic information is the Middle School Athletic web page. The sports game schedules can now be found at www.bhmsathletics.org.Though some coaches give out the season schedule at the beginning of the season, always check your school’s website for the most current information on schedules as they do change during the course of a season. Please contact the coaches directly if you have any questions. 2019 Winter Session 1 Coaches Contact & Team Information. Athletic Director is Avis Najor.
The BHMS Be the Change Club members will be boxing up everything in the lost and found areas on various dates throughout the school year. All items will be donated to charity. Please encourage your student to check for their missing items in the main lost and found area, as well as in the girls and boys locker rooms.
Would you like to earn “free money”? Well, BHMS would! That is why the Be the Change Club is collecting BoxTop$ for the school this year. Please send them in with your child to drop off in the plastic BoxTop$ bin in the front office. Technology savvy? Now, there is a BoxTop$ app you can download either at the App Store or on Google Play. Some companies have moved from traditional box tops to a blue “no more clipping” box top. If you see this label, you can use the new BoxTop$ app to scan your receipt within 14 days of purchase and it will automatically add cash to BHMS! (no more clipping!!) Thank you for helping BHMS.
LAST YEAR, YEARBOOKS SOLD OUT! Students wishing to purchase a BHMS yearbook should order online directly with Josten's before the February 1 order cut-off. Yearbooks are $35.00. They contain 56 full-color pages, and covers can be customized for an additional cost. Although the school does get a few extra yearbooks, last year every single extra yearbook was sold, and many students who didn't pre-order one missed out entirely. Please, don't rely on extras being available at the end of the school year, order online now.
BHMS, EHMS, and WHM recently competed in an area-wide Forensics tournament, with twelve schools total competing. Out of seventeen categories, twelve of our district competitors brought home 1st place wins! There were also thirteen 2nd place wins, twelve 3rd place wins, seven 4th place wins, nine 5th place wins, eight 6th place wins, and twenty-three semi-finalists between our three middle schools!
On Heritage Day at BHMS students were asked to bring an artifact, favorite family food, traditional game(s), cultural toy, or an old family photograph to share with classmates and guests. Then each student had the opportunity to read aloud a letter they received from their older relative or family friend.
Please remember that BHMS is a peanut and tree nut restricted building 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.