We're very proud of the students who have competed on the two WHMS robotics teams this year. Have a great time at the state competition this weekend!
Work in teams to design and construct the fastest sled, recruit an adult from your school to drive the sled, and see what happens on February 2 at the race!
January 14, 2020
7 to 8 PM
Bloomfield Hills High School
4200 Andover Road in Bloomfield Hills
Fourth grade students in Bloomfield Hills Schools participated in a hands-on activity based workshop, which travels across Oakland County. The main emphasis of this workshop is to help students become more aware and empathetic toward those with differences.
BHMS, EHMS, and WHM recently competed in an area-wide Forensics tournament, with twelve schools total competing. Out of seventeen categories, twelve of our district competitors brought home 1st place wins! There were also thirteen 2nd place wins, twelve 3rd place wins, seven 4th place wins, nine 5th place wins, eight 6th place wins, and twenty-three semi-finalists between our three middle schools!
Saturday, December 14, 2019
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bloomfield Hills High School
Bowers School Farm Activity Building
Tentative Weekends January 18 - February 9
The third annual district-wide Multicultural Celebration is set for Monday, March 30, 2020! In anticipation of this fun and educational family event, the PTOC Multicultural Celebration Planning Committee is excited to partner with Toyology on Thursday, December 5, 2019. Just say "Multicultural Celebration" at checkout and 15% will be donated to the event!
Oakland Schools Education Foundation is hosting a Games & Invention Challenge for grades 1-12. Registration closes on January 31, 2020. To register, or for more details please visit www.osedfoundation.org
Students, parents/guardians, and staff from BHHS, BHMS, and WHMS will join J Players production to perform Bye Bye Birdie at The Berman Performing Arts Center during the month of December. Show dates and tickets are available at theberman.org.
Bloomfield Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) for Special Education is a member of Oakland Schools PAC. There are many opportunities and events that are coming up!
Next Week's Schedule
- Monday, September 30 - No School
- Tuesday, October 1 - B Day
- Wednesday, October 2 - A Day
- Thursday, October - 3 - B Day
- Friday, October - 4 - A Day
Learn about the opportunities and pathways available for students currently in 8th grade, entering high school next Fall. Some of the programs have upcoming information sessions or application deadlines.
What a fabulous year it has been! A special thank you to our eighth graders and their families for making this a memorable year! On Thursday, June 13, our 8th Grade Farewell Party was amazing, fun, and tasty!
Families are automatically signed up to receive communication from their child's school, teachers, and Bloomfield Hills Schools. Instructions for updating this information are available at www.bloomfield.org/notifications. Here you can manage your contact preferences as they pertains to text, email, and phone call notifications.
If you are a parent or guardian of a seventh or eighth grade student, please review the appropriate letter regarding seventh and eighth grade reproductive health and communicable diseases instruction. Please find the letters at the links below. If you wish to review materials or have your student opt out of the instruction, please contact Mrs.Steaban in the main office as soon as possible. Instruction will begin in October.
The third annual district-wide Multicultural Celebration is set for the evening of Monday, March 30th, at Bloomfield Hills High School! This event showcases cultures from around the globe, represented by our own Bloomfield Hills School district students and families. If you enjoy planning events, love to celebrate cultural diversity, and like meeting parents from across the district, this is the committee for you! The committee meets about once a month, and plans details like the event theme, the packet for participants, school communications, coordinating food and volunteers, and much more! Please contact Leah Abel at email@example.com if you're interested!
As we wrap up this month’s focus on what it means to be CARING, read what Isabella and Sophia Tang have to say about how learning about French Canadian heritage has taught them more than history.
With the start of a new year, please take a moment to review our traffic map for West Hills. We wish to reemphasize the need to utilize the designated drop off and pick up points. For the safety of all students, drivers please watch your speeds and do not double park. Please load and unload on the curbside only. The safety of our students is our highest priority. Thank you for your help. Traffic Map
Help raise funds for all the programs that enrich your child's experience at West Hills just by buying things you normally do! With the new school year upon us, we ask that you please do the following:
Yearbooks are now on sale! Don't miss out on this important artifact documenting an exciting time in your child's development. Special offers expire on Sept 14th. To order online, click on the following link, JOSTENS.
Family Connections is a partnership with Lone Pine and West Hills families spearheaded by Leah Abel. Family Connections is designed for families new to the district, international families, and anyone else who wants to come and meet some new friends! The gatherings help families answer questions about the schools and area, so come with any and all questions. Questions, meeting dates, times and additional details
West Hills Middle School continues to be a nut-restricted school. As a reminder, this also includes all field trips, sporting events, and all other before and after school events. Please carefully read and review all food packaging prior to sending food items to school. For further information on food allergies, consult www.foodallergy.org. We appreciate in advance your full cooperation.