So our new leader in the Bloomfield Hills Schools, Rob Glass, has been reaching out to the community for 18 months. And with his help the community has created a reasonable and fair plan for unifying/consolidating our high schools.
- It resolves our two big and outdated high school facilities.
- It saves the district $2.4 million per year so money can be spent on programs instead of inefficient buildings.
- It ends the eight years of gridlock.
So we have an opportunity. The Bloomfield Hills community has an opportunity. Regardless of your opinion, pass or fail on the bond, we all need to work together to get as many people involved and out to the remaining town hall meetings, and decide this issue once and for all and as soon as possible.
Because the reality is the issue is not about you and me.
It is about three things that are more important; the community, closure and the kids.
For more information and the town hall meeting schedule, or visit the One Bloomfield United website.