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Our 3rd grade families are invited to celebrate the end of their children's final year at Lone Pine! Our staff will be hosting a Car Parade Clap Out on Tuesday, June 9th at 1:30PM (rain or shine!) in the West Hills Middle School back parking lot (4th/5th parent drop off loop, see this map). Staff will be lining the sidewalk around the 4th/5th drop off loop, families and students should remain in their vehicles and slowly drive through the loop to be "clapped out!" 

If additional family members (grandparents, etc) in separate vehicles would like to participate, please direct them to park along the driveways in and out of the school along the left side (along the edges of the athletic field). Cars with 3rd graders should be the only cars driving in the parade and should proceed in the right lane into the lot, then circle through the 4th/5th parent drop off loop, and exit promptly to avoid holding up the line behind them. 

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student belongings pick up

Pick up of student belongings has been scheduled at Lone Pine for Thursday, June 4th and Friday, June 5th. Families should use this link to sign up for a time slot to pick up their child's belongings at school. Signing up for a time is a multi-step process so please read the sign up directions carefully.

The building will be closed to families following these pick-up days.

Please abide by the following when you come:

  • Minimize the number of family members participating in this errand. Do not bring unnecessary people into the building.
  • Children MUST stay with an adult and cannot wander the building.
  • No guest will be allowed access to the building without a mask, including children.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided at the entrance, please use it as you enter.
  • Guests to the building must maintain social distancing from staff and other families. Only one family should enter each classroom at a time. 
  • Avoid unnecessary contact with surfaces while in the school.
  • Guests must enter the school and proceed directly and only to their child's classroom to collect belongings. Artwork, etc will all be in each child's classroom.
  • Do not linger or wander to socialize with staff or other families. Get in, get your belongings, and promptly exit.
  • All requirements from the Oakland County Health Department must be followed. Individuals entering the building must be free of Covid-19 symptoms, not had contact with anyone with Covid-19 in the prior two weeks, or traveled out of the country.
  • Family members will enter the main door, and may exit the door closest to the flagpole or may exit directly from their child's classroom. 
  • Medication may be claimed at the front entrance.
  • Library books and other materials belonging to the school should be returned during your pick up appointment. Please locate those items ahead of time so you aren't delayed the day of your appointment.
  • Lost and found items will be in each classroom as well as at the main entrance.

Each teacher will have their own method for organizing student belongings within the classroom, which they will communicate to families.

If you cannot come to school either of these days to pick up your child's belongings, please email Dr. Hillberry at 

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Are you looking for an easy way to find and purchase elementary books to supplement your child's reading? Maybe too much time on the computer is getting tiring but you would still like your child reading ... the Lone Pine Online Book Fair is now OPEN! Visit

We're having a Summer Read-a-Palooza Virtual Book Fair! Discover favorite characters, series, and collections all summer long while supporting our school. Orders are delivered right to your doorstep and you can take advantage of FREE shipping on book-only purchases over $25. Let's make this a summer to instill a love of reading!
Mrs. Brandt

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Summer 2020 First Decision

After careful consideration, we have decided to make some difficult decisions regarding a number of our summer experiences that provide incredible hands-on care for our campers. We hope that by delaying a decision on some of our camp experiences, we will be able to offer them later in the summer months.

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Meals for Kids

Pickup days: MondayWednesday and Friday
at Bloomfield Hills High School
All children (up to 18 years, or under 26 for adults with disabilities) are eligible to receive meals from BHS during the national emergency. 

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This week Mrs. Olson, Kai, and Mila read Drawn Together, by Minh Le and Dan Santat. This beautifully illustrated story describes a boy and his grandfather who can't connect through language, connecting through art. You can watch Mrs. Olson's video by clicking here

Drawn Together was donated to the Lone Pine library as part of the West Bloomfield Public Library Star Reader program grant.

Previous videos:

Mrs. Molnar reads Yayoi Kusama, From Here to Infinity

Mrs. Dickey reads Chapters 7-9 of Like Carrot Juice on a Cupcake

Ms. Realy reads Chapters 4-6 of Like Carrot Juice on a Cupcake

Ms. Neun reads Chapter 1Chapter 2, and Chapter 3 of Like Carrot Juice on a Cupcake

Mrs. Winkfield reads In Your Shoes, A Story of Empathy

Mrs. Olson reads Perfect

Mrs. Lockledge reads There's a Dragon in Your Book

Mrs. Yordanova reads Too Much Noise

Mrs. Ostheim reads Ada Twist and the Perilous Pants

Ms. Shannon reads The Epic Adventures of Huggie and Stick

Ms. Shelef reads Max and Zoe: The Very Best Art Project

Mrs. Ellison reads 5 Minute Pete the Cat Stories

Mrs. Williamson reads Brave as Can Be: A Book of Courage

Mr. Barnes reads The Secrets of Ninja School

Mrs. Cromar reads Life Doesn't Frighten Me

Mrs. M reads The White Book: A Minibombo Book

Mr. M reads How to Read a Book

Ms. Halabicky reads Copy Cat

Mrs. Endres reads Ellie

Mrs. Brandt & Mrs. Olszak read Very Short Fairy Tales to Read Together

Learn More about Star Reader Program - Teacher Video of the Week

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.






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.



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. - 3:55 p.m.
Half Days 12:20 p.m. Dismissal

7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
3:55 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Office 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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