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  • BPS has amazing students! Take a look at a few of the amazing things our students are doing and achieving

    The district is excited to cheer on Tyler Austin, Groves sophomore, as he competes in the Indianapolis World Para Swimming World Series meet. May you achieve your goal to qualify for the U.S. National Team! 


    BPS teams head to DI Global Finals!

    This year BPS is proud to celebrate five teams headed to the Destination ImagiNation Global Finals! This 21st Century, cooperative learning opportunity offers students deeper learning in the area of STEM and STEAM. This event is considered one of the world’s largest celebrations of creativity, with more than 17,000 students attending from 19 countries at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN in May. This year, BPS congratulations the following teams and wishes them luck as they head into the Global Finals:

    BCS Middle School Engineering, 2nd in the state
    Team members: Grace Adams-Boone, Nate Bacheller, Graham Bowyer, Ty Kennedy and Kennedy Schindler.
    Team manager: Brenna Adams
    BCS Team GoFundMe: Gofundme.com/help-our-kids-get-to-global-finals

    BCS Elementary Improv, 3rd in the state
    Team members: Batul Vohra, Eva Hightower, Sophie Seel, Lillie Seel and Maria McBride.
    Team manager: Alifya Vohra
    BCS Team GoFundMe: Gofundme.com/help-our-kids-get-to-global-finals

    BCS Elementary Scientific, 3rd in state
    Team members: Henry MacWilliams, Gabe MacWilliams, Vidushani Hettiarachchi, Addyson Kitzman, Dylan Layer, Sophie Schmier and Bemjamin Torrey.
    Team manager: Sara and Kris MacWilliams
    BCS Team GoFundMe: Gofundme.com/help-our-kids-get-to-global-finals

    Berkshire 7th Grade, 2nd in state/1st place Instant challenge winner
    Team members: DJ Anchak, Maya Rudds, Jack Szuma, Chris Baynes, Roman Salvati and McKenna Smith.
    Team manager: Tom Ferries
    Berkshire Team GoFundMe: Gofundme.com/berkshire-ms-di-global-fund

    Bingham Farms Elementary, 2nd in state
    Team members: Rolan Sundberg, Ben Handzel, Elise Everett, Miller Mann, Cameron Marshall and Ethan Rass.
    Team manager: Teresa Sundberg
    Bingham Farms Team GoFundMe: Gofundme.com/bingham-farms-students-headed-to-di


    Congratulations to Seaholm sophomore Emilia Mushkat, who has been selected for the six-week China Summer Immersion program this June from the prestigious National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y). NSLI-Y is part of a U.S. government initiative that prepares American high school students to be leaders in a global world. This full merit scholarship study abroad opportunity offers Emilia the opportunity to ultimately gain the necessary linguistic skills and cultural knowledge to promote international dialogue and support American engagement abroad. For more information about the NSLI-Y program, visit http://www.nsliforyouth.org/ 


    Seaholm Swimmer Heads into State Tournament. Read more at: https://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/2018/02/28/arpasi-adds-winning-tradition-seaholms-boys-swim-program/379635002/


    Congratulations to Cameron Tait, Jeremey Bakken and Tatum Kreindler on their perfect ACT scores!

    On average, only around one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score. In the U.S. high school graduating class of 2017, only 2,760 out of more than 2 million graduates who took the ACT earned a composite score of 36.


    Eight-year-old Brennan Skrzyniarz, a student at Harlan Elementary in Bloomfield Hills, was selected to play on the U.S. All Star Team at the FCB Escola International Tournament in Barcelona. Read more at:  http://www.theoaklandpress.com/lifestyle/20180320/bloomfield-hills-8-year-old-selected-for-us-all-star-team


    Danielle Lutz is a junior at Groves that started her own nonprofit, reWEARable. Her first dressing event took place in March. Learn more about Lutz and her work at http://www.rewearable.net/


    Berkshire eighth grade students Abbie Caza, Riley Sauter and Ella Plumstead are working to make a difference in the community by organizing activities and raising funds to support the building of Gigi’s Playhouse, a Down Syndrome Achievement Center. Additionally, Berkshire students in Mrs. Battle and Mrs. Hardeman's C3 classes helped raise over $600 for Officer Doss's family in March.  


    Katie Levine, a junior at Seaholm High School, has melded her love of baking and desire to make a difference in the world into an opportunity to help those in need. All the profits from her cupcake business Fed by Love helps feed children and adults across America through No Kid Hungry. Learn more about Levine’s mission and business at www.fedbylove.com.  


    Know about a great BPS kid? Let us know by emailing acron@birmingham.k12.mi.us  

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