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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. Red Ribbon Week also serves as a spirit week for East Hills blending the messages of our PBIS campaign (Respectful, Responsible, and Safe) with additional positive messages aligned with Casel's Five Core Competencies of Social Emotional Learning (Self-Awareness; Self-Management; Social Awareness; Relationship Skills; and Responsible Decision Making).  While this year we are not able to host our whole school assembly on Friday, Oct. 30, we are planning some fun games and interactions during our social-emotional learning time on Wednesday, Oct. 28 - we are excited to continue our traditions in new ways this year to see if the Red or White team will earn the right to have Chris the Cavalier carry their color until our next friendly competition.  It's a week of education, important conversation, and fun! Listed below is the dress up day information days!

Mon.-Fri. Oct. 26-30 Red Ribbon Week Slideshow

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

Costumes for any of the dress-up days must adhere to the following guidelines:
-Costumes should be INNOCENT and FUN.
-Masks, hoods or other concealing head wear are not allowed for safety purposes. We need to be able to identify all students and adults in the building.
-Non-concealing head wear: cowboy hats, visors, baseball caps, tiaras, and other similar head wear that allows students faces to be seen may be worn.
-Dress code rules apply with respect to length of shorts and skirts, tank tops, undergarments showing, drug and alcohol innuendo, profanity or double meanings are not allowed.
-To avoid the perception of ridicule, costumes should not be of adults or other students in our building.
-To avoid any perception of offensiveness, costumes should not be of religious figures.
-Costumes should not be gory or 'bloody."
-PROPS SHOULD NOT BE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL - This includes light sabers, any replica swords, guns or knives, wands, etc. With nearly 600 middle level students, props become hitting devices or prime targets for students to grab or argue over.

Thank you for your help with making Red Ribbon Week a fun celebration for East Hills!


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Trunk-or-Treat Event

International Academy Central will host a free Trunk-or-Treat event on Friday, October 23, 2020, from 6 to 8 p.m. The event is sponsored by IAC's National Honor Society. 

Trunk or Treat is an opportunity for anyone to dress in costume and trick-or-treat for candy around cars. This event is for all ages.

Face masks (not costume-related) are required.

Public restrooms will not be available.

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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
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October 12 & October 30 - Half Day Remote Classes for All Students

On Monday, October 12 and Friday, October 30, Bloomfield Hills Schools will have a half day of school (the Calendar at a Glance is available HERE). Students should NOT report to the building on those days. Teaching will be remote for all students, regardless of their regular learning setting (in-person, remote, Bloomfield Virtual) during the morning session.

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Oakland County Health Department - COVID - 19 Symptoms and Safety Protocols

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

Fever (100.4 degrees or greater) • Chills • Sore throat • Headache • Cough • Muscle or body aches • Diarrhea (2x in 24 hours) • Extreme fatigue • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • New loss of taste/smell • Nausea or vomiting (2x in 24 hours) • Congestion or runny nose not attributed to a pre-existing seasonal allergy

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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