FIRST LEGO League introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to children ages 7-14 through fun, exciting hands-on learning. Participants gain real-world problem-solving experiences through a guided, global robotics program, helping today’s students and teachers build a better future together.
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 https://www.bloomfield.org/
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
Spring conferences will be held virtually on April 12th between 4:00-7:00 PM. Please know these conferences are by invitation only. Your child’s classroom teacher will reach out to you if a conference is needed. If you do not receive an invitation, please know that your child is making successful progress at this time and no conference is necessary.
Thank you for all that you are doing at home to support our learning efforts this year. We are grateful for your partnership.
Spanish Mystery Readers!
3rd graders wrote a book in Spanish! When finished we partnered up with the Kindergarten classes to read their books to them. The third graders were so proud of their work and enjoyed being Mystery Readers in Spanish.
Thank you to our wonderful PTO for surprising our staff with Mini Grants for items to support in the classroom! With these grants, teachers were able to request items for enrichment purposes with the classroom - classroom projects, academic program expenses, technology, books, equipment, or anything that enhances the academic lives of students at Eastover Elementary. What a wonderful surprise!
Help us make staff appreciation a spa-tacular success!
Staff appreciation week is May 8-12. Our PTO has an amazing week planned for our teachers and staff. Donations to help fund this event can be made by sending cash or check (made out to Bloomfield Hills Schools) to the front office or by following this link and using a credit card.
Please see details for testing dates (April 11, 12, 13) as schedules vary by grade, and a no school day for kindergarten students on May 12.
I am excited to share dates have been set for our upcoming Eastover music programs for first, second, and third grade students. All programs will be held at East Hills Middle School in the Cafeteria on the following dates:
1st Grade: March 9 6:00 pm
2nd Grade: March 9 7:00 pm
3rd Grade: May 4 6:30 pm
If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Philp firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you there!
Music Teacher- BME, MLS
Music Teacher- BME, MLS
Eastover Elementary School
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.
BHS will no longer be utilizing Community Pass for lunch deposits. Electronic funds (paying by bank account or credit card) should now be done directly in ParentPortal. Instructions are available here.
Bloomfield Hills Schools third and fourth grade students found a new class on their specials schedule for the 2022-2023 school year: STEAM and Innovation! STEAM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics, is being launched at all BHS elementary schools.
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There are not many changes from what students and staff experienced in the Spring regarding our COVID-19 protocols, but this is a good reminder for all of us.
Bloomfield Hills Schools families may receive an encrypted email from Virtru. This is a legitimate email provider used by Bloomfield Hills Schools to improve data protection and privacy.
Bloomfield Hills Schools celebrates the diversity of families within the school community with an annual Multicultural Celebration. Now in its fourth year of being a district-wide event, the Parent Teacher Organization Council, composed of volunteer family members from across Bloomfield Hills Schools, hosted this educational celebration of culture in the Bloomfield Hills High School Main Commons.
The Bloomfield Hills Schools Foundation announced the recipients of the Spring 2022 BHSF Grants. This year’s grant projects include technology tools, student manipulatives, diverse literature, guest speakers, STEM tools, musical instruments, learning games, field trips, outdoor/experiential learning equipment, social/emotional learning resources, and other unique learning opportunities.
Eastover teachers have hosted many families including Arabic-speaking guest readers who read in English and Arabic.
National Honor Society students from BHHS spent their half days volunteering at the Eastover Elementary media center.
Conant and Eastover Elementary Schools celebrated the magic of repeating 2’s for palindrome day.
Eastover Elementary is celebrating Black History Month with a large display of books by Black authors and with Black characters.
BHS second graders are learning safety tips during a nine-week program presented by Bloomfield Township Fire Department firefighters.
International families from across Bloomfield Hills Schools recently attended an information night and community-building event. The English Language Development department, led by Lisa Lockhart was instrumental in providing engaging sessions for families from around the globe attending BHS.
Several schools and student groups across Bloomfield Hills Schools took the initiative to support students at Oxford schools following the recent tragedy in the neighboring district.
Kindergarten classes from across Bloomfield Hills Schools traveled to the Johnson Nature Center to experience daily living from the late 1800s. They did chores in the log cabin that children would have helped with 150 years ago and explored the outside property to see what nature can give them as they prepared for winter.
First grade classes at Eastover had an opportunity to be pumpkin scientists. Teacher Julie Jacobs said the project is designed to give students a hands-on, engaging experience.
Bloomfield Hills Schools is proud to announce that K-12 student artwork is being displayed from now through Monday, November 29, at the Oakland Schools ISD.
During the annual "Farmer for a Day" field trip, kindergarteners learn from Bowers Academy students about farm jobs and how to take care of the animals.
Thank you to the BHS PTO Council and school families who generously donated to Gleaners Food Bank. BHS donated $6,729.26 in monetary funds, plus an incredible amount of non-perishable food and personal items.
Bloomfield Hills Schools was recently gifted with book bundles from the organization, Girls of the Crescent, that will increase the diversity within the District's literary collections in our media centers.
Elementary students across Bloomfield Hills Schools have resumed field trips visiting Bowers School Farm and the E. L. Johnson Nature Center.
Beginning this fall, students and staff at West Hills and Lone Pine welcomed therapy dogs into the schools’ classrooms. Throughout the remainder of this school year, the goal is to place therapy dogs in every Bloomfield Hills School.
The public hearings are intended to provide the community with an opportunity to evaluate the proposal and provide feedback before the school board votes for adoption. After feedback is collected from the public hearings, the board of education will be asked for a vote to approve the new curriculum for use in Bloomfield Hills Schools 7th and 8th grade health classes this year.
On Friday, May 28, 2021, there will be a transition day for many of our students, commonly referred to as “Move Up” day. This is a half day for all students.