January 25, 2015

Hello BCS!

 

It was another great week at BCS!  Smiles, energy and a passion to learn continued.  If you haven’t “liked” Birmingham Covington School on Facebook yet, please do so to check out new pictures from the past week’s experiences and learning that we post each week.

 

Report cards for the second quarter will be released on Friday, January 30 (grade 3/4 cards will be sent home with students and grades 5-8 grades will be available on PowerSchool).  Reviewing your child’s report card with them is a great way to show you care about their education and learning.  To help guide the dialogue, following are some tips that may help get your child talking with you about their efforts:

  • Celebrate and focus on the positive where you can (praise effort, not grades).
  • Get your child to do the talking through probing questions.
  • Talk about goals and action steps for moving forward to maximize learning and school success.
  • Have your child talk to his/her teacher for any questions, clarification or action steps.

Above all, help instill in your child a growth mindset by sending the message: smart is something that you get, not something you are.  One gets smarter through effort and practice.  Following are some resources you may find helpful in supporting your child through this last semester:

Talking to your child about Report Cards from FamilyEducation

Fostering a Growth Mindset from GreaterGood

 

As the second semester begins, I wanted to give you a staffing update.  JP Prisciandaro (Engineering Technology Teacher) and Jerry Melton (Art Teacher) are going to have to extend their leaves past the first semester longer than originally anticipated by each of them.  JP’s new date to return will be March/April (specific date TBD) and Jerry’s leave will be extended through the end of this school year.  We wish them well and look forward to their return.  Rebecca Parker is going to continue as our long term Art teacher for Jerry (thank you Rebecca), and Jeanne Jacobs will be stepping into the Eng. Tech. role for the next few months. This is necessary, as congratulations are in order for our current long term Eng. Tech. teacher, Amy Johansson, who has been hired as a 5th grade teacher in the Pontiac School District.  Also, we have yet to find a perfect match in our search for a new 5/6 teacher to take Pauline Robert’s place, as she is our new Instructional Specialist.  This search will continue until we secure the absolute best candidate for that position.  In the meantime, Pauline will be remaining in her 5/6 position until further notice as the search for her replacement continues.

 

Our BCS production of Seussical Jr. runs this week Wednesday through Friday. Be sure not to miss our 3-8 grade cast and crew in this amazing show! The musical is based on works by Dr. Seuss, bringing some of his most famous characters to life on stage from the Cat in the Hat to Jojo, Horton and the Whos. The characters explore themes of loyalty, not giving up, helping a friend and keeping a promise. Imagination is key to Dr. Seuss, and nothing brings his ideas to life better than the magical world created by our own BCS kids onstage! Students can attend the special Wednesday 4:30 performance after choice hour with buy one get one free tickets or join us at the family 7:00 evening performances on Thursday and Friday. Click here for more show and ticket purchasing information.

 

Remember to save the dates of 2/6/15-2/8/15 to visit Brooklyn Pizza’s Troy location to Support the Wish upon a Teen fundraiser and help makeover children's hospital rooms at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak.  Come into Brooklyn Pizza's Troy location (3141 Crooks Road, Troy, MI 48084) any time that weekend, purchase pizza and 15% of the proceeds will go to this effort.  Click here for the flyer, and find out more about this service learning opportunity by viewing the 1-minute video. (To ensure the 15% donation, bring in the flyer or let Brooklyn Pizza know you’re part of the BPS community.)

 

And finally, I’m planning on attending the Unabashed BashBe A Super Hero for our Students - on February 7, 2015 and I hope you will join me. BCS has benefited from several Birmingham Education Foundation grants not only this year, but over the years. These grants, generated by our teachers and parents, allow us to enrich the already great education our students receive. This very important fundraiser will impact grants that are just waiting to be awarded. The evening is also a fun celebration of our schools. To learn more about the grants we have received or to learn more about this important event, please visit www.supportbef.org.

 

Wishing you well,

Mark Morawski

mm31bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us

@mark_morawski

 

P.S.  Due to a conflict with the 4/5 Battle of the Books we are changing the Feb. 6 Proud Dad's Eat & Run.  The new date for the Proud Dads Eat & Run will be Friday, February 27th.  3/4 eat at 11:45, 5/6 eat at 11:05, and 7/8 eat at 12:45.  Please make a note of this important change and join your child(ren) for lunch.

 

For previous issues of the BCS WAG click here.

 

Character Connections Word of the week:  PERSEVERANCE

Infuse this word into your conversations/lessons with your family as a character education focus.  There will be a new word every two weeks.

  • “Through perseverance many people win success out of what seemed destined to be certain failure.” – Benjamin Disraeli
  • “No one succeeds without effort... Those who succeed owe their success to perseverance.” – Ramana Maharshi
  • “I do not think that there is any other quality so essential to success of any kind as the quality of perseverance. It overcomes almost everything, even nature.” – John D. Rockefeller

 

2014-15 NATIONAL PTSA REFLECTIONS CONTEST UPDATE

Here are the Birmingham Public School District winners from BCS moving on to the State competition.  BCS had a strong showing!  15 out of 24 of our entries are moving on, and four 1st place entries!  Included below are the winners and the category/division and ranking per division:

  • Ian P, Music/Intermediate, 3rd place
  • Anderson C, Music/Intermediate, 4th place
  • Teresa A, Music/Middle, 1st place (perfect score)
  • Jacob P, Music/Middle, 3rd place
  • Bridget M, Dance/Middle, 2nd place
  • Lira B, Dance/Middle, 1st place
  • Sadie R, Dance/Intermediate, 2nd place
  • Elena R, Film/Intermediate, 1st place
  • Leonardo B, Literature/Intermediate, tied for 3rd place
  • Vivian Y, Literature/Middle, 1st place
  • Ian P, Photography/Intermediate, 2nd place
  • Sebastian P, Photography/Middle, 2nd place
  • Aidan N, Photography/Middle, 4th place
  • Rachel D, Visual Art/Middle, 2nd place
  • Lauren S, Visual Art/Middle, 3rd place 

Congratulations to these students!  State finalists moving on to the National program will be announced in March.  Special thanks to parent volunteer, Diana Patterson, for her leadership in chairing this program for our BCS students.

 

REQUEST FOR HELP-BCS STUDENT INVESTMENT TEAM

We are the 5/6 Student Investment Team at BCS working with our teacher, Mr. Joseph. We are seeking help from, and would appreciate the support of parents and family members who have experience with the financial industry. We are interested in teaching our peers about stocks, banking, financial planning and budgeting wisely. These are all important skills for kids to learn now and carry into adulthood.  Please email John Neary (grade 5 at BC) at investingwisely123@gmail.com if you would either be willing to come and speak to us during the school day or host us at your place of work to teach us about personal finance. We appreciate your help!

 

WEEK AT A GLANCE –   Week of January 26-30, 2015

(Disclaimer:  Please check all your calendars and bcsonline.info in case we missed something) 

To submit an item for next week’s “WAG”, email mz07bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us  by  WEDNESDAY 5PM 

 

Monday, January 26-NEW CHOICE HOURS BEGIN TODAY

  • 3rd Quarter Begins
  • 8-8:30AM,lunch & 3:15-4:15PM SEUSSICAL, Jr.  tickets on sale in front of the Media Center
  • 9-11:30AM-3/4 Field Trip to Bloomfield Hills Nature Center-Parkin/Wallington
  • 3:20-4:10PM-7/8 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE
  • 3:20-5PM-6-8 BOYS SWIM PRACTICE-5:05 Parent Meeting-Bloomfield Sports will have suits for purchase
  • 3:30PM-National Geographic Geography Bee-Cafe

Tuesday, January 27

  • 7-8AM-7/8 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE
  • 8-8:30AM,lunch & 3:15-4:15PM SEUSSICAL, Jr. tickets on sale in front of the Media Center
  • 8AM-BAGEL SALE–get yours for $1, including cream cheese
  • 9-11:30AM-3/4 Field Trip to Bloomfield Hills Nature Center-Butzin/Frishman
  • 3:30 Snow Club bus leaves for Pine Knob, returns at 8:20
  • 4:15-5:30-6-8 BOYS SWIM  TEAM PRACTICE-
  • 5:30-7PM-Proud Dads Baseball -   Proud Dads Baseball    Parent Approval Form

Wednesday, January 28

  • 8-8:30AM,lunch & 3:15-4:15PM SEUSSICAL, Jr. tickets on sale in front of the Media Center
  • 9-11:30AM-3/4 Field Trip to Bloomfield Hills Nature Center-Davis/Seley
  • 11AM-TORNADO DRILL—PARENTS/GUARDIANS PLEASE BE AWARE WHEN SIGNING IN/OUT YOUR STUDENT
  • 3:20-5:30-BOYS 6-8 SWIM TEAM  PRACTICE-
  • 3:20-5PM-7/8 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE-5:05-:30PM- Parent Meeting
  • 4 PM-BCS Musical, SEUSSICAL, Jr.
  • 6:30-8:30PM-All BPS Families are invited to attend a Community Conversation: Navigating Teen Challenges-Seaholm HS-Wagner Auditorium  http://tinyurl.com/laxf9lq      

Thursday, January 29

  • Due-Registration for Proud Dads 5/6 Girls Volleyball   click  registration form and the parent approval form
  • 7-8AM-7/8 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE
  • 8-8:30AM,lunch & 3:15-4:15PM SEUSSICAL, Jr. tickets on sale in front of the Media Center
  • 9-11:30AM-3/4 Field Trip to Bloomfield Hills Nature Center-Harvath/Mali
  • 1:15PM-7/8 Band Rehearsal during Academic Lab
  • 4:15-5:30-6-8 BOYS SWIM  TEAM PRACTICE-
  • 7 PM-BCS Musical, SEUSSICAL, Jr.

Friday, January 30

  • Choice Hour change forms available at 4PM
  • 7-8AM-7/8 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE
  • 8-8:30AM,lunch & 3:15-4:15PM SEUSSICAL, Jr. tickets on sale in front of the Media Center
  • 4:15-5:30-6-8 BOYS SWIM  TEAM PRACTICE-
  • 7 PM-BCS Musical, SEUSSICAL, Jr.

Saturday, January 31 

  •  9-11AM-Saturday School at Berkshire-see below

 

ALL  BCS NEWS

Chartwells- BPS Food Service-click -WEEKLY MENU  - for updates click NEWSLETTER  or BREAKFAST MESSAGE

 

IT'S SHOWTIME! GET YOUR TICKETS –MORNINGS,LUNCHES & DURING CHOICE HOUR!!

BCS presents SEUSSICAL JR. Show dates: January 28, 29 & 30. -CLICK HERE for more information. Questions?  Email bcs.seussicaljr@gmail.com

 

FROM PROUD DADS: The new date for the Proud Dads Eat & Run will be Friday, February 27th.details to come.

 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPIC GEOGRAPHY BEE:  All 4-8 Graders at BCS are able to participate in the National Geography Bee Contest at BCS on Monday, January 26 at 3:30 PM.  Mr. Braisted will once again moderate this exciting event.  To sign up and receive Geography Bee information, please send your child’s name, grade, and parent e-mail to Nicole Corum at nikkifu@aol.com by January 22.  http://www.nationalgeographic.com/geobee/

 

COFFEE AND CHAT WITH SUPERINTENDENT DANIEL NERAD-  Jan. 27 9:30 – 10:30
Join us for an informal morning of coffee and chat with the superintendent.  This is the perfect opportunity to get to visit with Dr. Nerad, ask your questions, offer your suggestions, and network with other parents.  Location:  BPS Education and Administration Building, 31301 Evergreen, Beverly Hills. 

 

BCS PROUD DADS 5/6 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Serve it up for your daughters and encourage them to join other 5th and 6th grade girls for some volleyball!!! Cost is $25.00 for six clinics. Register by January 29th by completing the registration form and the parent approval form.

 

WINTER BAND CONCERT-6th,7th,8th Grades-February 4,2015-7PM

Detailed information here or visit Mrs Eliassen's wiki

 

CHOICE HOUR INFORMATION  3RD QUARTER 2014 - 2015 QIII Choice Hour begins Monday January 26th

Students who do not turn in a selection sheet will not be placed in any Choice Hour classes.  Students who did not turn in a selection sheet with payment by the deadline will not be allowed to make a change in their schedule. 

Choice Hour change forms will be available for pick-up in the office beginning Friday January 30th, 2015. The deadline for requesting a Choice Hour class change is Thursday February 5th by 4:00 PM.  ALL Choice Hour changes that are approved will go into effect on Monday February 9th.  Choice Hour drop refunds will be processed for classes dropped during the Choice Hour change period which ends at 4:00 PM on Thursday February 5th.  No refunds will be processed for changes approved after the Thursday February 5th deadline. Students can drop out of a choice hour class at any time during the quarter.

Choice Hour reminders – please call (248-203-4625), send in a note, or email Linda Stone at ls06bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us  if your child is going to be absent from Choice Hour for any reason!  Students that do not have Choice Hour on any given day need to be picked up by 3:20 PM.  Students that do not have a Choice Hour class and are not picked up by 3:30 PM will be charged a $5.00 fee.

Thank you for always supporting the Choice Hour program.

 

BEF BLOCK KIDS FOR GIRLS EVENT   click here for photo of all the participants

January 17th, all nine BPS elementary schools came together to imagine, design and construct projects at the Block Kids for Girls Event. Over 50 girls were challenged to use their creativity to design and build a project with a kit of items provided for them. The event was judged by women professionals in the design and build industry. 

The first place winner from Beverly Elementary School will go on to the Regional Competition.  BCS Abby B. won a raffle to attend one week of summer camp at The Robot Garage in Birmingham.   

The event was made possible through a partnership between the National Association of Women in Construction -Detroit Chapter, and the Birmingham Education Foundation. Sponsors included Choctaw-Kaul, Toarmina’s Pizza, Noodles & Company, Spalding Dedecker, IBI Group, JMC Electrical, Barton-Malow, Bricks & Minifigs, BCC+, Robot Garage and Alberici Constructor

 

BE A SUPER HERO FOR OUR STUDENTS -Tickets are on sale for the BEF Unabashed Bash. It’s the biggest event fundraiser of the year, and 100% of the proceeds will go back to classrooms in the way of teacher grants. The funds raised at the Bash will determine how much is available to grant throughout the rest of the school year. Please consider attending the event. For details and to purchase tickets, go to www.supportbef.org.  The event is wonderful celebration of our schools and a really fun night.

BEF Unabashed Bash -online auction opens this Sunday, January 25 and runs through February 8, 2015.  Another great way to support our schools! There are many unique items for you and your family to bid on while supporting our schools. VIP Tickets to school shows, High School Parking Passes, Summer Camps including Camp Tanuga, Restaurants, Unique Art, Troy Gymnastics Birthday Party, Safety Town Registration and so much more. You can get a preview starting today at www.biddingforgood.com/supportBEFEvery penny raised goes to support Birmingham Public Schools. Bookmark the auction--between January 25th and February 8th new items will be added frequently.  Please also share this auction with others that care about our schools!

 

ATTENTION ALL BCS FAMILIES, IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN!- THE BLAST NEEDS YOU TO CLEAN OUT YOUR CLOSETS!!
We are currently looking for any unopened games, gadgets, toys or trinkets that you would like to get rid of for our BCS Blast prize room.  Maybe you have a stash of never opened toys or "just in case" gifts or gift cards taking up way too much space in your closet.  What a great way to do some house cleaning!  Kids will be able to "purchase" these items in the prize room with the tickets they win at the BCS Blast. Bring your items to the “Closet Cleanout” bin placed just inside the office starting this Tuesday, January 20th and we will collect and distribute them to the BCS Blast prize room. Unused items will be delivered to The Bottomless Toy Chest children's charity. Questions please contact Stephanie Co at either248-416-7447 or
Stephaniejoy213@gmail.com

 

BCS YEARBOOK INFORMATION

Now is the time to order your Birmingham Covington School yearbook at the low price of $40. 

To order online, visit www.jostensyearbooks.com by FEBRUARY 1ST 2015.  Installment payments may be made online.

Last year's book was a sell-out, so order early!

PROUD PARENT ADS FOR YEARBOOK click here   for information

Parents, it is time to place your order for an ad in the 2014-2015 BCS Yearbook.  Ads start as low as $25.  To place the ad, pay online at www.jostens.com.  Once the order is placed, submit photo(s) and text to Jeanne Jacobs.

 

ATHLETICS UPDATES 

Winter II Sports have started-go to bcsonline.info/athletics.html for more information and maps to away games

 

PE UPDATES  3RD  QUARTER-MONDAY, JANUARY 26 THROUGH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27:

Freshman, Seley, Maliszewski, and ParWall 4 will be in the GYM.. Be sure that your child wears gym shoes

Butzin, Davis, Harvath, and ParWall 3 will SWIM. Remember to bring a bag for suits, goggles and towels.

 

THE  3/4  TEAM  NEWS 

4TH AND 5TH GRADE- The BATTLE is on! Click Battle Page

 

THE  5/6  TEAM  NEWS 

4TH AND 5TH GRADE- The BATTLE is on! Click Battle Page

BAND  and ORCHESTRA  INFORMATION  for 5th,6th ,7th,8th grades

Mrs Eliassen's wiki  Practice logs, Assessment schedules, private teacher options , 2014-15 Band calendar .

From Mrs Gillespie     2014-2015 Orchestra Calendar

 

THE  7/8  TEAM  NEWS

8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN FLEX

Students interested in observing the Seaholm Flex, English and social studies programs for next year, should contact Kyle Hall, English Department Chairperson at Seaholm HS (khall@birmingham.k12.mi.us) to schedule a visit on Wednesday January 28  from 8:30 AM to 11:55 AM.  Mrs. Hall will provide more details once you’ve contacted her directly.

 

BAND  and ORCHESTRA  INFORMATION  for 5th,6th ,7th,8th grades

Mrs Eliassen's wiki  Practice logs, Assessment schedules, private teacher options, 2014-15 Band calendar.

From Mrs. Gillespie     2014-2015 Orchestra Calendar

 

COMMUNITY NEWS AND INFORMATION FOLLOWS…………

Support a child’s hospital room makeover Feb. 6-8
Save the date/weekend:  Friday, February 6 - Sunday, February 8 to support Wish Upon a Teen fundraiser and help makeover children's hospital rooms at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak.  BCS 6th graders Ania and Mia are leading this effort!  Come into Brooklyn Pizza's Troy location (3141 Crooks Road, Troy, MI 48084) any time that weekend, purchase pizza and 15% of the proceeds will go to this effort.  Click here for the flyer, and find out more about this service learning opportunity by viewing the 1-minute video. (To ensure the 15% donation, bring in the flyer or let Brooklyn Pizza know you’re part of the Birmingham Public Schools community.) 

 

SEEKING 7TH OR 8TH GRADERS FOR EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH AUSTRIA

If you're going to be 13 or 14 next summer, and you like to learn about new cultures, consider joining an exchange program that will pair six young people from the Detroit area with six young people of the same age/gender from Graz, Austria. The program, called Interchange, is run by CISV, a nonprofit that promotes peace through global friendships. Our youth, accompanied by an adult leader, will travel to Austria for one month during summer 2015 and host their Austrian partners for a month in summer 2016. Cost is lower than what you'd pay for a camp in northern Michigan. Many BCS alums have enjoyed CISV Interchanges, including Leila Owens (BCS class of 2014) and Bryce Owens (BCS class of 2011). Learn more at a Jan 23-24 minicamp at Birmingham Unitarian Church or click here: https://cisvdetroit.wordpress.com/travel-opportunities/interchange/

 

HEY KIDS! THE Birmingham Youth Assistance  34th Annual KIDS Dog Show Feb. 8  1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Don’t miss this great way to spend an afternoon.  Students will “show” their dogs and these canine pals are eligible for prizes.  Prizes include best costume, best behaved, best treat catcher, most personality, best trick, waggiest tail and best looking.  Of course, there is always the 2015 Best in Show award!  Call BYA at 248-203-4300 for rules and registration information or visit www.birminghamyouthassistance.org  Don’t miss this great event!  Berkshire Middle School,

 

FRIENDS OF DIFFERENT LEARNERS!   Click Friends February Flyer       February 5, 2015    7:00 p.m.

PLAAFP* WORKSHOP: BUILDING BLOCKS FOR THE BEST IEP EVER

(*Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance)

Guest Speaker:  Jill Mazur Skornicka, Oakland County Regional Parent Mentor for Michigan Alliance for Families, Michigan Alliance- PTI

 

SPECIAL EDUCATION PAC

PAC would like to bring the following opportunity to your attention.  The Family Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs invites you to a Parent Mentor Training on Saturday, February 28 from 9am-1pm at the ARC in Dearborn, Michigan.  Click here for the flyer!

 

MID-WINTER BREAK CAMP click here

Kids have a break, but you have to work? Join us at Camp for Science Fun or Sports Fun

 

SATURDAY SCHOOL IS THE PLACE TO BE-JOIN US AT BERKSHIRE MS

Come and shakeout the cobwebs! THE place to be on Saturday mornings! For all grade levels, the BPS Saturday School offers tutoring /homework support.  Students should bring their work with them and $2 to cover snacks and materials.  

 

BIRMINGHAM BLOOMFIELD COMMUNITY COALITION (BBCC)

How to Navigate Today’s Teen Challenges: Sexting, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues, Wednesday, January 28, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Seaholm’s Wagner Auditorium, Birmingham featuring a panel of experts. Parents, grandparents, guardians, high school teens, and other community members who want to be in the know and a part of the solution are encouraged to attend.  For more info click: http://tinyurl.com/laxf9lq.  There is no cost to attend. RSVP by January 26th to: lmckenzie@bbcoalition.org.

7 Habits for Highly Effective Teens (Student Athlete Training), Saturday, February 7, 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Bloomfield Hills High School Media Center. Teens need to be nominated by their administrator to attend. Open to all public and private high schools in the Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills area. Only 25 spaces available. For more info contact Kaitlyn at kkrizanic@bbcoalition.org. For more info on substance abuse prevention focused on our youth visit www.bbcoalition.org 

 

SEAHOLM PRESENTS MARY POPPINS    click Mary Poppins
Feb. 27, 28, March 1, 6, 7 See school website for times

Enjoy this great production of the Disney and Cameron MacIntosh adaptation of this popular musical.  Tickets are sold online on the Seaholm and District websites.  Location:  Seaholm auditorium.

 

BIRMINGHAM GIRLS LACROSSE INFO NIGHT-Jan. 29-PM

Attention 5th and 6th grade girls! Have a blast at New Players Info Night on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. in the Quarton Elementary School cafeteria. All 5th and 6th graders   interested in joining the Birmingham Girls Lacrosse team must attend with a parent. Try throwing with a lacrosse stick, meet the coaches, enter a prize drawing and learn more about the fastest-growing sport in the country! No experience necessary! BGL is the feeder program for the Birmingham Unified High School Girls Lacrosse team. Questions? Contact Jill Hockman at jillwh@sbcglobal.net

 

FRANKLIN BASEBALL REGISTRATION Early bird Registration ends soon!!

Click: Franklin Baseball Information

 

MAPLE MOTION DANCE TEAM GIRLS’ DANCE CLINIC-JAN 29, 2015

Click here for registration information – sk Join the fun with the Seaholm Maple Motion team.  For kindergarten through 5th grade, the girls learn a dance routine and perform on the basketball court between the JV and Varsity basketball games.  Cost is $45.  Registration must be received by Jan. 10.  Location:  Seaholm.  Email questions to MapleMotionDanceclincis@gmail.com

 

BEVERLY HILLS LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION  
Online registration is now open for the Beverly Hills Little League 2015 season, our 65th year. Processing and credit card fees will be waived for early registration. The cost for Minors Softball (Girls Grades 1-3)Co-ed T-Ball (Boys/Girls Ages 4-6) and Youth Baseball (Boys Ages 7-8) is $100 and $120 for Minors Baseball (Boys Ages 9-10) and Majors Baseball (Boys Ages 11-12). Every registered player in the BHLL will receive a jersey, pants, hat and socks that are theirs to keep at the end of the season. Again this year, free clinics for registered players begin in January. Visit the website and register now at 
www.beverlyhillslittleleague.org

 

HEALTH & SAFETY 

Flu Season is Upon Us…

We are starting to see cases of Influenza A.  It is important that we continue to work with our children about good hygiene including proper hand washing and cough protocol.  If you have additional questions about the flu and your child’s health, please consult your family physician.  Following is a link to the fact sheet from the Oakland County Health Department:  http://www.oakgov.com/health/Documents/Facts%20Sheets/fs_influenza.pdf.  Thank you.

For further information on District Protocol regarding the cleaning and disinfecting of our schools click here

 

To review the District’s Non-Discrimination policy, click here