COVID Family Resources
Beginning Wednesday, April 15, BPS moved to an Online Learning program meant to further learning during while face-to-face learning is prohibited. Learn more at www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/virtuallearning.
View our flyer with information regarding breakfast and lunch services. Children 18 and younger eat free and children do not need to be present or enrolled in BPS to receive the meals. Additionally, students from the BPS Annex site up to age 26 also have access to the free breakfast and lunch services. Pick up locations include Groves High School in Beverly Hills, Derby Middle School in Birmingham and Huntley Square Apartments in Beverly Hills.
Find a resource on all local food sources here.
Information on the Pandemic EBT Program to support families in need here.
Lighthouse has partnered with Oakland University to help provide food deliveries to our Oakland County neighbors in need. If you are in need of having an Emergency Food Box delivered to your home, please order using the online form here.
NCAA Eligibility Center COVID-19 Response FAQs
Given the unprecedented events during Spring/Summer 2020 due to COVID-19, the NCAA Eligibility Center has partnered with the NCAA membership to identify the following adjustments to the initial-eligibility certification process. These changes may not capture all unique scenarios; however, NCAA Customer Service is available to assist with questions Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. EST at 877-262-1492.
- BPS Community Education - Virtual STEAM Class!
- PBS offers videos and resources
- Virtual Museum Tours
- Free Learning Materials from Scholastic
- How to Plan a Homework Schedule
- Online Teaching Resources
- Youtube Learning
- Talking to Children about COVID-19 - Parent Resource from NASP
- Corona Virus Resources - ASCA
- Talking to Teens and Tweens About CoronaVirus - NYTimes
- Talking to Kids About The Corona Virus - ChildMind
- Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus - NPR
- Helping children cope with stress – World Health Organization
- Mental Health and Covid-19
- Helping Children Cope with Changes Resulting from COVID-19
- How to Talk to Your Child About... - Wylie Wellness
- Navigating Extended Time Away From School: Information for Families With Children Receiving Special Education Services
The Oakland Community Health Network (formerly Community Mental Health) is staffed up to be able to provide help for students and other adults during this time of stress. Resources and more information are available on their website at http://oaklandchn.org/. Students, counselors, parents and teachers can all call the Crisis line at 800-231-1127 - 24 hours a day.They have text and chat services available particularly for students.
There is also a non-emergency help and substance abuse counseling at 248-464-6363, during the day.