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Summer Packets, Yearbook Pickup, and Lost and Found

On Monday, June 15th and Tuesday, June 16th, from 9:30-2:30, we will be handing out yearbooks, Summer Bridges workbooks, and summer writing packets for our 4th-7th grade students.  There is no appointment needed.  All materials will be handed out through the east cafeteria door closest to our main entrance.  We ask that families line up along the cafeteria windows with proper spacing between them as we work efficiently to distribute these three items.  

Additionally, a limited number of yearbooks are available for purchase.  The cost of the yearbook is $45 and can be paid in cash or a check (made payable to Jostens). 

Finally, if you have any uniforms, library books, or middle school math books, that you have come across since our locker cleanouts, please bring them with you. Remaining lost and found items will be placed under the entrance canopy as a final opportunity to reclaim those missing items lost throughout the school year.  All remaining lost and found will be donated on June 19, 2020.  

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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.

Learn More about Reproductive Health and Communicable Disease Instruction for Students in Grades 7 and 8

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 if you're interested!

Learn More about Multicultural Celebration Planning Committee Volunteer Opportunity!
Nut Allergy

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 We appreciate in advance your full cooperation.

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