The new plan proposed by new Bloomfield Hills Schools superintendent Rob Glass calls for one hybrid high school on one campus that keeps property values
high, saves $2.4 million in operational funds each year and protects programs
from being cut from the curriculum, all without raising taxes.
Ask anyone with kids why they moved here and they'll say because of the schools. If the bond does not pass on May 8th, I am certain that there will be less and less people to ask that question to. In the fall of 2013 the legacy of Andover and Lahser will continue at Bloomfield Hills High School, because the people who cared about their community did their homework and knew it was the right thing to do. Vote YES on May 8th!
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