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Bloomfield Hills Schools - Make a Difference Day 2020 Efforts

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.  Where we usually get our whole community together in a big group to help others, we cannot do that in the same way this year.  But we can accomplish the same goal by doing smaller virtual projects from home and then giving big collectively!  In an effort to keep our communities safe and comfortable, we will offer various ways that you and your family can get involved:

  • Purchase a Blank Yard Sign to Keep Families WARM:
    • “FAMILIES keeping FAMILIES warm” – Click HERE to make a suggested donation of $10 or more for a blank yard sign to decorate to show the community our support of our neighbors.

 

  • Make a Donation Directly toward Food or Cleaning Supplies:
    • Food/cleaning supplies for families  – Donate with kids empowered on the move click HERE

 

  • In Person Community Service Hours
    • For those that want to give their time in outdoor food loading, socially distant garden project and contactless porch food drop offs for all ages.  See organizations below.
    • Click HERE if you would like to participate in IN PERSON community service.
      • MICAH 6 COMMUNITY: Building the Neighborhood that Pontiac Deserves
        • Pontiac is a comeback city, writing the story of its recovery. We are doing our part by growing healthy food, making sure neighbors are known, kids are resourced, and services are accessible.  
      • MY COVID RESPONSE NETWORK 
        • Support the coalition with Pontiac Lighthouse, Pontiac Community, Oakland University, Kids empowered and many others to bring free food delivery to those in need!

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Principal's Message 10-23-2020

Dear East Hills School Community:

Our Cavaliers have closed out another great week of learning, collaborating and making new connections. Regarding Red Ribbon Week (Spirit Week), the dress-up days next week are Monday (Red and White Day), Tuesday (90s Day), Wednesday (Distance Learning: Pajama Day), Thursday (Costume Day). and Friday (Distance Learning: U of M vs. MSU - College Day).

“When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts.”
-Dalai Lama

Mr. Rubel

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Eastover/East Hills Drive In Movie Night - Thursday, Oct. 29 (7:00 PM)

Join us for our Family Drive-In Movie Night on Thursday, October 29, open to Eastover Elementary and East Hills Upper Elementary (4th & 5th grade) Families.

The show begins at 7:00 p.m. in the EHMS lower lot (by the baseball fields).  Families may begin arriving at 6:30 p.m.   Please sign up if you plan on attending, as spots are limited (1 car per family).  Our feature film will be Night At The Museum.  Parking accommodations and closed captioning for families with DHH students will be provided.  We will notify families the day of the event if there is a cancellation due to weather.

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Red Ribbon Week (Spirit Week) Begins Oct. 26-Oct. 30

Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign of awareness and celebration of healthy lifestyles devoid of drugs and alcohol.

Listed below is the dress up day information days!

Mon.-Fri. Oct. 26-30 Red Ribbon Week
Monday, Oct. 26: Red and White Day
Tuesday, Oct. 27: 90s Day
Wednesday, Oct. 28 (Remote Learning): Distance Learning (Pajama) Day
Thursday, Oct. 29: Costume Day
Friday, Oct. 30: (Remote Learning): U of M vs. MSU (or College) Day

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Bloomfield Hills Schools - Make a Difference Day 2020 Efforts

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.  But we can accomplish the same goal by doing smaller virtual projects from home and then giving big collectively!  In effort to keep our communities safe and comfortable, we will offer various ways that you and your family can get involved:

  • Purchase a Blank Yard Sign to Keep Families WARM
  • Make a Donation Directly toward Food or Cleaning Supplies
  • In Person Community Service Hours
Read More about Bloomfield Hills Schools - Make a Difference Day 2020 Efforts
Oakland County Health Department - COVID - 19 Symptoms and Safety Protocols - Updated 10/23/2020 for Broadcast

Our latest guidance from the Oakland County Health Department outlines the following as symptoms:

If your child has any ONE of the following symptoms

  • uncontrolled cough
  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • loss of taste or loss of smell
  • temperature equal to or above 100.4 


OR any TWO of the following symptoms

  • signs of fever (chills/sweating)
  • sore throat
  • congestion or runny nose
  • diarrhea, vomiting, or abdominal pain
  • muscle aches
  • fatigue
  • headache

Please continue to do the daily health screening before sending your child to school.  It is linked here: Daily Screener

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Club Information

Each year, East Hills offers students a number of clubs for student participation.  As we start the year remotely and move into a hybrid schedule, we are exploring how best to run clubs.  In a typical year, our clubs begin in early October.  This school year we plan to roll out clubs a little later in the fall as we work with staff to determine what clubs would run best virtually.  By mid-October, we plan to share out an overview of these offerings including sign-up sheets online for students and families.  Once we know what clubs the students are interested in, they will begin to meet.  Please consider having your students join a club at East Hills!   

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Please remember that nuts of all kinds are restricted at East Hills because of students with severe and life-threatening allergies. The restriction is in effect in the entire building and at all times, including the school day, after school, evenings and weekends.

East Hills Middle School became a nut-restricted school in January of 2013. As a result, please carefully read and review all food packaging prior to sending food items to school. We appreciate in advance your full cooperation.

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