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  • Superintendent Search

    Help shape the Superintendent Candidate Profile by taking the HYA survey available at https://ecrasurvey.com/birminghamps2018 The survey closes Oct. 7. 

    Select Superintendent Search for the latest updates from the Board of Education. 


     

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  • Fostering an Inclusive Environment 

    Monday, Sept. 24, 2018 
    7:30-8:15 p.m. 
    Groves High School 
    20500 W. 13 Mile Road
    Beverly Hills, MI 48025
    Join BPS Athletics as they present keynote speaker and facilitator Ira Childress for "Fostering an Inclusive Environment for Diverse Populations: More than just Buzzwords." Mr. Childress helps leaders unlock tools to foster a truly diverse and inclusive environment, which empowers all team members in the pursuit of excellence. Mr. Childress will provide a keynote and interactive seminar to build capacity among our coaches and administrators on diversity and inclusion in athletics and invite the community for a community message from 7:30-8:15 p.m. 


     

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  • Friends of Different Learners meeting

    Thursday, October 4, 2018
    7:00 p.m. 
    Birmingham Covington School 

    Please join us for the kick off to the 2018-2019 school year.  Meet the new head of the Department of Specialized Instruction and the two new supervisors.  The Department will present their departmental structure, roles and vision for the upcoming school year. 

    Learn more at www.friendsofdifferentlearners.org.


     

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  • Calendar 

    Find the 2018-19 calendar at https://www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/Page/8945


     

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  • Employment opportunities! 

    Paraprofessionals, Kids Club staff and Noon Aides needed throughout the district. Contact your local school to see how you can apply to become a Noon Aide, Paraprofessional, Kids Club Staff or other vital support personnel within BPS! For a district directory, call 248.203.3000.


     

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  • Let's Talk

    Let's Talk Logo Do you have a question, compliment, concern or suggestion for us? Contact us through Let’s Talk, where users can remain anonymous or provide contact information to receive responses from administrators at the district or school level. http://www.k12insight.com/Lets-Talk/embed.aspx?k=WY8F6NLT

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  • Title IX

    Read our Title IX and Title VI information

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  • Apply now! 

    Birmingham Public Schools is now accepting applications for guest educators - substitute teachers and substitute paraeducators! Applicants who wish to be considered for this position must register online with EduStaff and complete required new hire process. Register with EduStaff here. If you have additional questions, you may contact EduStaff directly at 1-877-97-GOEDU (46338).

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BPS Accolades

  • BPS has amazing students and staff! Take a quick look at a few of the amazing things they are doing and achieving:

    National Merit Scholarship

    Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalist in the 64th Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. We are happy to congratulate Seaholm’s National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists of 2019: Jeremy Bakken, Sydney Czako, Tatum Kreindler, Emma Morganroth and Owen Salciccioli!


    Berkshire student recognized by Duke University Talen ID program

    Lochlan Patterson, an eighth grade student at Berkshire Middle School has been honored by Duke University Talent Identification program for his exceptional scores on the SAT. The talent program recognizes students across the United States who’ve scored at or above the 95th percentile on grade-level standardized test. Duke TIP then hosts an annual recognition ceremony to honor the remarkable ACT or SAT scores. Congratulation to Lochlan!


    Racing for Kids recognizes Sovran 

    Racing for Kids is a unique, national charity which supports children when they are most vulnerable – sick and hospitalized. Each year, Racing for Kids to the Hill, an annual RFK event, gives out a Courageous Kid Award to honor and celebrate children who have beat the odds and overcome their various health challenges. This year’s 2018 Courageous Kid Award was received by 14 year old, Kathleen Sovran of Southfield, Michigan and student at Groves High School. The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation of whom nominated Kathleen, is also a partner organization to Racing for Kids and a proud beneficiary of this event.


    Rutherford Spotlight 

    Congratulations
    to our very own Mr. John Rutherford! He was featured by the Educational Theatre Association this month!

    "We chose John based on the outstanding theatre advice he regularly contributes to our Theatre Education Community. The instruction John provides helps other theatre educators, students, and artists from all over the world."

    Check out his spotlight from the Educational Theatre Association


    Service over the summer 

    Alex Pallone, a senior at Seaholm High School, spent the summer volunteering with the YMCA at Camp Nissokone. As a junior counselor, he trained and lead the camp activities with students ages 8-16 and lead a 52-mile canoe trip. Congratulations on earning 550 hours of community service hours, Alex! 

    Jackson Bergstrom, a junior at Seaholm High School, was honored by Birmingham Youth Assistance and the Optimists Club earlier this year with the Youth in Service award and Jane Parker Ward award and scholarship. Additionally, Jackson received the President’s Lifetime Achievement Medal for Volunteerism and is a past recipient of the President’s Gold Medal for volunteerism. Jackson directs an organization he created called “Lambs of Love” which has funded 13 years of education for each of over 500 girls in West Africa. At Seaholm, Jackson established the Young American’s for Freedom, which hosted School Safety Student Roundtables Civil Discourse assemblies with a state representative, U.S. congressman and students to have an open dialogue around important issues. He spent time over the summer planning additional opportunities. Additionally, Jackson spent the summer serving as a law clerk for a local judge this summer and traveled to Greece, Gettysburg, Williamsburg and DC where he attended several political leadership meetings.  

    Thanks to the Pierce Community Education Council and the teachers and students in 3rd grade ESL, Pierce has a new Free Little Library! Located on the playground, near the new Buddy Bench, the idea came from Mrs Papaghanian's 3rd grade ESL reading group. The group read a non-fiction piece about Free Little Library's around the world and how they are helping communities grow together and gain literacy skills. Mrs Papaghanian, Mrs Hilzinger and students created a plan to design and advertise this new resource for the Pierce community. Mrs Hilzinger's friend, Simona Lucutz, volunteered to help the kids organize their design ideas and paint the library. They chose to highlight diversity and community, two themes that Simona is famous for. Her art even won the Downtown Birmingham Art Contest! Congratulations to Simona, Pierce ESL and the entire Pierce learning community!

     


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

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