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Make a Difference Day
Bloomfield Hills students and their families will be participating in a fun filled morning of work and play to benefit Playworks. Playworks, who was recently named an official Play 60 partner for the Detroit Lions, promotes physical activity and safe, meaningful play at Detroit area schools and throughout the community. The morning event will be filled with play and do stations, like making jump ropes out of recycled materials and a special visit from the Lion's mascot Roary. All Bloomfield Hills Schools students are welcome to come and help us save recess.
More About Bloomfield Hills Middle School
Bloomfield Hills Middle School is a public school based on West Quarton Road, serving residents in Oakland County. The school sits on 25 acres and has a wide-ranging curriculum. It splits students into different academic teams called "blocks," in which students study in the areas of math, science, social studies and language arts. In addition, numerous specialty classes are offered in areas such as foreign language, fine arts, music, health, physical education and technology. The school has two instructional computer labs as well as a media center that has online catalogs and services for research work.