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National Gun Violence Awareness Day

This year, National Gun Violence Awareness Day, also known as #WearOrange Day, is being observed on June 3, 2022.

The Bloomfield Hills Schools Board of Education is committed to gun safety and taking the necessary steps to keep students and the community safe from the tragic consequences of gun violence. On December 16, 2021 the Board unanimously voted in favor of a resolution to periodically disseminate materials stressing the importance of secure storage of firearms and to include this information in the online registration process.

Below are gun safety tips for families: 

  • Store your guns in a locked gun safe. Keep the gun safe and keys hidden from children and other family members.

  • Keep your ammunition in a locked safe that is separate from your gun safe. The National Rifle Association (NRA) recommends that guns be stored unloaded until they are needed.

  • Put a different lock on each gun. Store the keys out of reach of your child and other family members.

  • Talk to your child early and often about gun safety. Tell him/her not to touch the guns or ammunition if he/she knows where they are stored.

Residents of West Bloomfield can get a gun lock (free of charge) from the police lobby window anytime. Bloomfield Township Police Department also provides cable gun locks free of charge to residents, available at their front desk (open 24/7).


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BHS PTOC Welcome Back Celebration August 25

Save the Date!

On August 25, 2022, from 4 to 7 p.m., BHS PTOC will be hosting the Welcome Back Celebration to kick off the school year! 

Join for games and fun for all ages including animal visits from Bowers Farm, raffles, prizes, food, a video gaming truck, and student performances! Stay for the Black Hawks home football game against the Seaholm at 7 p.m.

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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.

Learn More about Fourth Annual BHS Multicultural Celebration A Success!
Foundation Grants

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.

Learn More about The Bloomfield Hills Schools Foundation announced the recipients of the Spring 2022 BHSF Grants
Operating Millage Restoration Proposal

On August 2, 2022, voters in Bloomfield Hills Schools will be asked to consider a proposal to restore the Non-homestead Operating Millage. 

• Required for Bloomfield Hills Schools to receive full revenue per pupil.

• The majority of families in Bloomfield Hills Schools qualify for the Principal Residence Exemption and will not be affected by the restoration of 2 mills.

• The tax rate for Non Principal Residence Exemption properties (like business and rental property owners) will not increase. For a business with a taxable value of property established at $200,000, the tax cost would be $3,600 ($200,000 x 18 mills ÷ 1,000), the same tax rate applied today.  

• No levy increase, current tax rate (18 mills) since 2000.

Learn More about Non-Homestead Operating Millage Restoration Proposal 8/2/22