SPOTLIGHT: Bloomfield Hills multi-sport captain shares his take on perseverance through hard times
Now a senior at Bloomfield Hills High School, he is the captain of the varsity basketball and football teams. “My dad struggled daily to get back to being the man he was before the strokes,” he said. “I found my courage to persevere through my life by watching him.”AdCarey’s fatherly love through tough times inspired Jordan to make his family proud. In the future, Jordan hopes to play basketball in college and major in communication or journalism with a focus in sports commentary. Facebook: facebook.com/4FrenzyWe would like to thank our sponsors Meijer and Hungry Howie’s Pizza for their support.
Bloomfield Hills High School to go fully remote due to number of teachers in quarantine
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. – Bloomfield Hills High School is transitioning to a fully remote schedule because of the number of substitute teachers quarantining. RELATED: West Bloomfield schools fully remote after Oakland County deemed high risk for in-person learningOfficials with the Bloomfield Hills school district said several teachers have had to quarantine “out of an abundance of caution.” As a result, the high school will halt in-person classes for the time being. “The building will be open for students to gather belongings and the blood drive on Wednesday, Nov. 4.”Click here to view the Oakland County coronavirus dashboard. The Oakland County Health Department would have contacted anyone needing to quarantine, district officials said. The West Bloomfield School District is going completely remote as of Monday (Nov. 2), at least through Nov. 27.
West Bloomfield schools going fully remote after Oakland County deemed high risk for in-person learning
WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. – The West Bloomfield School District is going fully remote for all students after health officials moved Oakland County to the highest risk level for spreading COVID-19 through in-person instruction. UPDATE: West Bloomfield schools to remain remote through Jan. 15, 2021Last week, the Oakland County Health Division changed the county’s COVID-19 risk determination level to an E, which is the highest level on the chart that provides guidance for in-person learning. The West Bloomfield School District is going completely remote as of Monday (Nov. 2), at least through Nov. 27. West Bloomfield High School and Lakers Online will remain fully remote, officials said. “We appreciate your support, understanding and grace as we work to ensure the safety of our students, staff and their families.
Female kicker scores game-winning point for Bloomfield Hills BlackHawks
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. – When it came down to the wire, one Bloomfield Hills High School student scored the winning point in a once-in-a-lifetime football game Friday night. Sara Huston is the president of the math club, a member of the National Honor Society and has a 4.0 GPA -- she also happens to be the kicker for the Bloomfield Hills BlackHawks. Berkley scored first in overtime but Bloomfield Hills blocked the extra point. The 17-year-old is only the third female kicker for the BlackHawks in history. “It’s the best football moment I’ve had my entire career.”Related: Detroit Lions defeat Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field
Police give all-clear after false alarm at Bloomfield Hills High School
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. – Police responded to Bloomfield Hills High School on Thursday after an alarm was activated, but it turned out to be a false alarm, according to school officials. Letter to Bloomfield Hills High School parentsTina Kostiuk, the interim superintendent of Bloomfield Hills Schools, sent the following letter to parents about the incident:“Dear Bloomfield Hills schools families,“Today, at 11:58 a.m. the BluePoint alarm was sounded at Bloomfield Hills High School. “Bloomfield Hills High School is more than 380,000 square feet and sits on a large campus. “Thank you for all of your support.”West Bloomfield High School to increase police presenceSchool officials from the West Bloomfield School District sent a message to families in regard to the incident at Bloomfield Hills High School. Here’s the letter from West Bloomfield School District Community Relations and Marketing Coordinator Dan Durkin:"Earlier today, a BluePoint Alert pull station (intruder alert) was pulled at Bloomfield Hills High School.
Bloomfield Hills High School student investigated after allegedly posting threatening Snapchat
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A Bloomfield Hills High School student allegedly made a threatening Snapchat post, according to BHHS officials. School officials and the Bloomfield Township Police identified the student and investigated the alleged threat Thursday night. The student will remain out of school and off school district property until the investigation is over, according to school officials. Student safety includes the physical and emotional safety of students. Additional resources regarding school safety and security can be found by visiting www.bloomfield.org/safety."