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Across Bloomfield Hills Schools this past semester, students have been hard at work to help our schools receive the No Place for Hate designation. An initiative of the Anti-Defamation League, No Place for Hate involves students leading the way, designing and implementing three activities over the course of a school year to gain the designation.

Learn More about Bloomfield Hills Schools Work to Become “No Place For Hate” Schools

When our students have one of nature’s little accidents and do not have extra clothes at school, we do the following:

  • Provide brand-new underwear
  • Provide clean bottoms, socks, and a shirt (if all are necessary)
  • Families are called if the clean-up is beyond what we can support at school

Our current struggle is we do not have small-sized clothes and anticipate more accidents when students are in their snow gear.

To help us with nature’s little accidents, we are asking for gently used clothes. The following would be very helpful:

  • New Underwear
  • Sweatpants/joggers (small sizes mostly needed)
  • Jeans/pants (small sizes mostly needed)
  • Socks  
Glow Tubing at Bowers Farm

Dear Eastover and East Hills Families:

We are so excited to invite you to a night of glow tubing at Bowers Farm!  We have secured February 1 from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. for our school communities to come together for some tubing fun!


Please Note: The Following Guidelines for the Event, and that Pre-Registration is Required:

  • If you want to tube, you must pre-purchase a tubing ticket which includes the GA ticket for the participant (GA ticket need not be purchased separately).
  • Tickets are $17 per person (plus processing fees) and are non-refundable or transferable. We will be tubing whether there is snow or rain, or sun. There are no rain or weather dates.
  • A General Admission (GA) ticket is required for anyone to enter Winter Park who is not tubing.
  • Tickets are only available for that individual school. Every ticket will need to be purchased through the online registration system.
  • Each participant needs to have a waiver signed by a parent/guardian, which occurs during registration (unless the participant is an adult and can sign for themselves).
  • Each participant needs to rent their own tube. One tube per participant. Single riders only. 
  • Skate rentals are available on-site for a cost of $8 per person.
  • It is the parent's responsibility to determine the appropriateness of their child's tubing.  Children are not allowed to ride in adult laps.  Suggestion: children should be over 46" tall to tube. 
  • A helmet may be worn for safety; however, this is not a requirement.
  • Participants should be able to walk up the hill pulling their own tube and get in and out by themselves.  
  • To ensure a safe experience for all parties involved in tubing, the tubing run (including hill and end of run) is restricted to only ticketed tubing participants, except in special circumstances where additional assistance is required to provide accessibility support.
  • Each ticket is for 50 minutes of tubing on the hill at a set start time.
  • ARRIVE at least 20 MINUTES PRIOR TO YOUR TIME SLOT TO CHECK IN AT TICKETING.  Time will not be extended if you arrive late.
  • SAVE YOUR EMAIL RECEIPT and have your receipt on your phone or print out ready upon arrival so that we can scan in the bar code.  Waivers can be signed by using a link on your emailed receipt.

Everyone attending Winter Park must either:

  1. Purchase a combined Tubing/GA ticket for $17 per person for those tubing, OR
  2. Register for a General Admission ticket for free if you are a family member joining your student that will not tube.

Note that any residual tickets will be released to the public.

Purchase your tickets HERE

2023 Winter Park Concessions Menu


Please Note: If your family would like financial assistance, please reach out to your school's principal to receive assistance for the cost of your student’s participation.

We can’t wait to see you there!

The PTOs of Eastover and East Hills

Learn More about Glow Tubing at Bowers Farm
Winter Weather is Here

Dear Eastover Families,

With the cold weather upon us, we would like to clarify what needs to be done regarding winter weather gear (coats, snow pants, boots, hats, and gloves). If there is snow on the ground, the children need to have boots and snow pants.  If your child does not have boots and snow pants, then he/she will play on the cleared off cement area next to the building.

Also, please LABEL ALL of your child's winter gear with his/her name.  Sometimes students forget what gloves, hats, etc. they brought to school.Winter gear can be sent into school in a labeled bag.

Please make sure your child has a pair of indoor shoes in his/her backpack.  Walking around in winter boots all day is uncomfortable and too hot for their feet.

Let us know in the office know if your child doesn't own winter gear, we can make arrangements for them during the school day. 

Learn More about Winter Weather is Here
School Breakfast Ordering Information

The Bloomfield Hills food service department is excited to announce the continuation of our breakfast program in the 2022-23 school year! Unfortunately, there will be a cost of $1.85 associated with breakfasts purchased this year for full pay students. If your child qualifies for Free meals, there will be no charge and for those that qualify for Reduced price meals, the charge will be $.30. Visit our school lunch page for more information on the Free/Reduced price meal program.

In order to identify students that wish to purchase meals, we are implementing a pre-order system. Please click on this link and fill out/submit the form to have meals delivered to your child’s classroom on a weekly basis (you may want to bookmark this link if you plan to order regularly). Orders need to be placed for the school week by Sunday evening. Breakfast will be ready for your child in their classroom when they arrive at school. The Breakfast menu is posted on the google form, so you can choose the days/meals that your child wants to eat with us.

All breakfasts come with an entree fruit, juice and milk. If for some reason you cannot fill out the form, please call the food service office @ (248)341-5671 and we can help you out! Have a great start to your school year!

Marianne Romsek – Food Service Director

Bloomfield Hills/Aramark

Learn More about School Breakfast Ordering Information
Eastover Elementary Building

Eastover Elementary - Visible Thinking and Sustainability

About Eastover Elementary School

Eastover is a student-centered learning community that values the unique potential of each child by setting high expectations, while respecting the individual needs and abilities of our diverse student population.

Oakland County Michigan Visible Thinking School CrestEastover Elementary Earns 2015 National Blue Ribbon School Recognition!

Former United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recognized Eastover Elementary School as a 2015 U.S. Department of Education Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School.

The National Blue Ribbon Schools Award is a highly recognized symbol of commendable teaching and learning. Schools are honored at a ceremony in Washington D.C. with a plaque affirming the hard work of students, educators, families and communities, and presented with a special flag to grace the school building. “This is an incredible honor for our school,” said Principal Carey Crocker. “The teachers, students, and families have worked hard to earn this distinction.” To read more click here.

Students Gardening at East Hills Elementary Visible Thinking Program

Visible Thinking and Sustainability

At Eastover, we aim to educate the whole child. In addition to a comprehensive curriculum based on the Common Core State Standards, students receive instruction in music, art, Spanish, physical education, and technology. Students also engage in learning opportunities that develop their creativity, compassion, and leadership skills. Character traits are continually reinforced through our Positive Behavior Support program. Our Visible Thinking initiative provides a culture of thinking that fosters creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration. Students are given opportunities throughout the year to make a positive impact at home, in the community, and beyond, through our school sustainability initiative.



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Eastover Elementary
1101 Westview Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304



Main Line: 248.341.7100
Attendance: 248.341.7110
Fax Line: 248.341.7199

Harleen Singh, Principal

Annalou Leung, Secretary


Building Hours


Class 9:05 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Half Days Dismissal at 12:25 p.m.
7 to 9 a.m.
4 to 5:30 p.m.
Office 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Michigan Green SchoolNCA AcreditedEastover Elementary Earns 2015 National Blue Ribbon School Recognition

Visible Thinking