November 11, 2019
Half day of school
No School – Thanksgiving
955 N. Eton Troy, MI
PHONE: (248)203-3888 FAX: (248) 203-3920
TO REPORT ABSENCE: 248-203-3888 Press 2
Monday, November 11
This is the first of many snowy days ahead. Also, the cold weather seems like it is here to stay. Remember to dress your child in warm clothes to enjoy an outdoor recess. To play in the snow, all students need to wear a winter coat, snow pants, snow boots, a hat, and gloves. Students not prepared to play in the snow will be restricted to play on the blacktop only.
Recess will be outdoors if the wind chill is 10 degrees or higher. We try to get outside every day and wait until the time of recess to make that decision. Students should come prepared every day to enjoy the outdoor weather.
PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES – November 20th and 21st
We look forward to seeing all of our parents and guardians at parent-teacher conferences.
If your child spends time in more than one household, we encourage all members, from both homes, to attend a single conference time slot. This allows for a common conversation to take place for the benefit of the student as well as keeps times slots available for other families. Thank you for considering this option.
There is a ½ day of school on Wednesday, November 20th and Thursday, November 21st. School will be dismissed at 12:05 p.m. and conferences are from 1-4 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. both days.
Please use the link below to schedule your child’s conference.
PowerSchool Log In
The window for viewing report cards opens on Monday, November 18th and closes on Wednesday, December 4th.
Please view your child’s report card prior to your scheduled conference time.
Please help us in supporting our teachers by providing them dinner during the Parent/Teacher Conferences on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. The Pembroke PTA will be providing dinner catered by Estia, and we need just a couple more items to complete the set up. If you'd like to help out, please donate click on this link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0C49AEAC2DA7F85-20191
Fall Book Fair
Get ready to chill out with a good book! Our Scholastic Arctic Adventure Book Fair is right around the corner! The week before conferences students will visit the Book Fair to make a wish list so be on the lookout for that to come home! The Fair will be open to all families on November 20 & 21 from 12:00 pm-7:30 pm. Hope to see you there!
Food Drive-3rd Grade Brownies Girl Scout Troop #76440
Pembroke’s 3rd Grade Brownies are collecting non-perishable food items to donate locally!
Please consider giving this season to local families in need. All items will be donated to Open Hands Food Pantry of Royal Oak.
Students may bring in items to the donation bins located in the school main lobby between now and November 22, 2019.
Items in most need include: SOUP, TUNA (family size), JUICE & DRIED BEANS. Please be sure to check expiration dates on boxes or cans.
NO GLASS OR PERISHABLE ITEMS PLEASE
The next PTA Community Fundraiser is on Thursday, November 21st at Shield's Pizza Troy. 20% of your check (exclude tax and tip) will benefit Pembroke Elementary PTA. This includes dine in or carryout. It is half day of school so enjoy a meal at Shield's for lunch or dinner. Please share the flier with friends, family, and coworker.
The 2020-21 BPS school year calendar is now available on our website at www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/calendar. This coming fall, we will have a pre-Labor Day start, with the first day of school on Monday, Aug. 31 as a half day. This change allows for the last day of school to be June 11, 2021 while maintaining our standard break schedules and fulfilling our State seat time and professional development obligations.
We know that the pre-Labor Day start may affect summer planning for our families, and we wanted to share it with you as soon as we were able. We continue to diligently work on future calendars and will share that information with our community as soon possible.
Getting to Know People with Disabilities in our Community: A Panel Discussion
Please come listen as parents, students, teachers and community members share their experiences of living with a disability or loving someone with a disability. Some of the disabilities represented will be: Down Syndrome, Dyslexia, Cerebral Palsy, Bipolar Disorder, ADD/ADHD and Hearing Impairment. Birmingham Covington School Media Center – Wednesday, November 13th 6-8pm.
VETERANS DAY BRUNCH
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Birmingham Public Schools invites Veterans
for food, refreshments and student entertainment.
BPS EDUCATION AND ADMINISTRATION CENTER
31301 Evergreen Rd. in Beverly Hills
RSVP by Monday Nov. 11th
or by contacting Joan Crampton at 248-203-3001
Breakfast sponsored by Birmingham Public Schools Community Councils
BPS Saturday School
Saturdays from 9 – 11 am – Berkshire Middle School Media Center
Birmingham Public Schools welcomes all K-12 students and parents to join us at Saturday School!
What is Saturday School?
Birmingham Public Schools provides free tutoring and mentoring services for ALL BPS students. Saturday School is sponsored by BPS and the Birmingham African American Family Network. Saturday School serves as a successful intervention that works towards closing the achievement gap within our school district. Please consider sending your child to Saturday School, which serves as a valuable intervention for all Birmingham students. We believe firmly in creating a caring community of learners at each and every Saturday School session.
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION:
The Board of Education is committed to maintaining a learning/working environment in which all individuals are treated with dignity and respect, free from discrimination and harassment. There will be no tolerance for discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, disability or age. The District prohibits harassment and other forms of discrimination whether occurring at school, on District property, in a District vehicle, or at any District related activity or event. The Superintendent will designate compliance officers and develop and implement regulations for the reporting, investigation and resolution of complaints of discrimination or harassment. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Students - Inquiries related to discrimination on the basis of disability should be directed to: Executive Director of Special Education, 31301 Evergreen Road, Beverly Hills, MI 48025, 248.203.3000. Direct all other inquiries related to discrimination to: Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, 31301 Evergreen Road, Beverly Hills, MI 48025, 248.203.3000.
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