Lone Pine Elementary School

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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

We will be kicking off our LP Star Reader program in January. It is a collaborative effort between the LP Library and The West Bloomfield Township Public Library to get students reading more! The WBTPL donates copies of books to LP and also provides a special author visit to our school. This year our author is Saadia Faruqi. All students will enjoy her school visit. Students can do three activities to be added to a drawing/raffle to see the author at an extra evening event & get a signed book. Students will use a "passport" in the library to keep track of and rate the books. This program runs from January - March and then the copies of books remain in our LP classroom libraries. You may notice these books will have a sticker on the cover when they come home with your child.

Learn More about LP Starrr Reader Program Kick Off
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What is Bloomfield Youth Assistance?

Founded in 1967, Bloomfield Youth Assistance (BYA) provides youth and family services, including caseworker counseling, educational programming, scholarships, youth recognition and mentorship.  We’re powered by municipal and volunteer support. We aim to strengthen Bloomfield Hills’ youth and families through community involvement, reducing the incidence of delinquency, abuse and neglect. 

BYA is part of a larger network of 26 Youth Assistance Offices in Oakland County; any child or family that resides in Bloomfield Hills Schools is eligible for our services.

We receive support and sponsorship from:

  • The Oakland County Circuit Court - Family Division
  • Bloomfield Hills Schools
  • Bloomfield Township
  • Passionate local volunteers
  • Grants and donations

We provide confidential casework services and receive referrals for these services from the police, teachers, parents, guidance counselors, social workers and The Family Court Division Intake Unit Typical reasons for referral include retail fraud, school and home problems, assault, alcohol and drug abuse, and violations of local ordinances.

Essential to our vibrancy and success is our ability to respond to community needs. We identify issues that contribute to delinquency, abuse and neglect -- and then mobilize to locate existing community resources to address the challenge. And, if a resource doesn't exist, we develop those programs and initiatives. Please consider joining our organization -- we’re actively recruiting passionate, actionable volunteers. If you have an interest, we have a spot for you!

Bloomfield Youth Assistance recently received a grant from the Bloomfield Foundation to create programming to promote mental health awareness in grades 1-5, as well as early detection of mental health concerns. The programming will include upcoming forums led by mental health professionals and other experts in the field, covering such crucial topics as big feelings & mindfulness, conflict resolution and technology safety & social media awareness. You can find more information on these and other BYA programs on our website: Bloomfield Youth Assistance

We are also seeking parents to join our Parents Advisory Board which meets a few times a year to discuss new topics BYA can address. If you are interested, please email

Learn More about Bloomfield Youth Assistance Programming and Advisory Board Opportunity
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Please be advised that effective immediately, ALL volunteers, including parents assisting with events and/or attending field trips, need to have a background check completed prior to volunteering. Click HERE for the Bloomfield Hills Schools Volunteer Background Check form. Forms need to be completed and submitted at least one week prior to volunteering. Please email completed forms to our Human Resources department, attn. Debbie Steaban at

Learn More about IMPORTANT: Volunteer Background Checks
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The PTO sponsors a variety of events and programs throughout the school year which are extremely rewarding and beneficial for our students and faculty. Given the increase in prices for consumer goods, the PTO would greatly appreciate donations of any products and items (including food) that could be useful for these affairs. Donations from individuals and businesses of all types are welcome!

Please contact the PTO's Treasurer, Dr. Sol Cogan, for additional information, at 248-790-5500, or at

Learn More about PTO Welcomes Your Donations!
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The Bloomfield Hills food service department is excited to announce the continuation of our breakfast program in the 2022-23 school year! There will be a cost of $1.85 associated with breakfast. 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
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Pull out your calendar and jot down these important dates!

Half day of School: Friday, January 27th, dismissal at 12:25pm

Report cards posted on Parent Portal: Friday, February 3rd

PTO Valentine's Assembly (SuperU): Tuesday, February 14th

Half day of school: Friday, February 17th, dismissal at 12:25pm

No School: Monday, February 20th

Learn More about Important Upcoming Dates
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Lone Pine families have an open invitation to join our building Global Ed Team (GET). This is a learning group that meets monthly before school (virtually) to grow together in our commitment to being anti-racist. This is a low commitment group, participants are free to come when they can with no long-term obligation. There's no preparation needed before meetings, and no "to-do's" to be responsible for afterward.

Why join GET? We have some rich, thought provoking conversations on issues related to equity and inclusion, diversity, gender issues, ableism, ageism, anti-racist education and parenting, and more. Sometimes we read and discuss an article, or watch a short video and discuss, or examine building or district data to see what it tells us. We debrief what's happening at the district GET, share resources (for children and/or adults), and brainstorm ways we can make Lone Pine a more welcoming and inclusive environment for all students and families. If this sounds like a mission you can get behind, give GET a shot! 

If you'd like to drop in and join us, email Dr. Hillberry at and we'll send you the agenda and meeting link before the next meeting. Meetings will be on Friday mornings before school (exact dates TBD).

Learn More about Global Ed Team (GET) Update
Lone Pine is an elementary school  in Michigan located in West Bloomfield Township. The mission of Lone Pine Elementary is to provide a safe, nurturing environment in which students achieve personal academic excellence, demonstrate caring and responsibility, and become empowered, internationally-minded citizens and lifelong learners.

About Lone Pine Elementary — A Michigan Elementary School

The educational focus at Lone Pine Elementary is based on developing confident, creative, flexible, technologically savvy, 21st century learners and preparing them to anticipate and collaboratively solve the challenges in an ever-changing world. The Lone Pine staff and community are pleased to share with one another this mission of preparing students for the future.

Please use this Dismissal Change Form for any last minute (day of) dismissal changes. You may want to bookmark this form or save it to the home screen on your phone for your convenience.

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Nut Allergy

Please remember that nuts of all kinds are restricted at Lone Pine because of students with severe and life-threatening allergies. This includes nut butters, products containing nuts or nut by-products. The restriction is in effect in the entire building and at all times, including the school day, after school, evenings and weekends.


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Lone Pine Elementary
3100 Lone Pine Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48323


Main: 248.341.7300
Attendance: 248.341.7310

Mary Hillberry, Principal

Kim Bilkovic, 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 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.






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