WBSD Weekly Update
Friday, November 18, 2022
Thankful for all of you!
In this season of thankfulness, we are grateful for our engaged students, amazing staff, and wonderful families! For those of you celebrating, we wish you a restful and joyful holiday!
November 21 - Board of Education Meeting at WBHS
November 22 - Parent Communication Network Meeting - WBHS
November 23-25 - Thanksgiving Break
American Sign Language 1 Students at WBHS
More than 200 students have been working diligently on "Why I am Grateful for You/Happy Thanksgiving" videos; composing in English, glossing to ASL, signing, and sending via email to their individually chosen WBSD employee(s). Kudos to teacher, Ms. Shaw! Visit the WBSD YouTube page for more videos.
Gretchko Elementary School
Gretchko Stars are problem solvers! They shared their own strategies on how to find the height difference between friends.
FINAL CALL for Feedback!
As we embark on our Strategic Plan, please take a few minutes to provide your input regarding WBSD Communications. Click here to complete the 2022 Strategic Planning Communication Survey. Thank you in advance for your time!
WBHS SkillsUSA chapter has 35 members, the largest since it started in 2015! Students competed at a local competition to determine who would advance to the State Leadership and Skills Conference in 2023. All projects will be judged by local radio and tv professionals. Many thanks to Jennifer Williamson, WBHS Digital Media Arts Instructor.
Congrats WBHS Band
2022 Choir Gala
Thank you to Mrs. Hauk, Mr. and Mrs. Gleason, and our fantastic students for a wonderful family event.
West Bloomfield Public Library
· Native American Heritage Month (Kids)
· National Novel Writing Month
The library will close early at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 23. It will remain closed on Thursday and reopen on Friday at 9 a.m.
International Games Day
Saturday, November 19 from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Main Library Meeting Room
Play games of all kinds at the library! Try board games, card games, and video games. For grades 6-12. No registration required.
Drop-In Building Blocks
Wednesday, November 23 at 11 a.m.
Main Library Youth Activity Center
Enjoy fun with your family while using your imagination to construct, build, and create with building materials. No registration is required. Recommended for all ages.
Do you have a newsworthy story to share? We want to share your wonderful stories with the rest of the community! Please share with us what is happening with your child(ren) and our staff. We would love to hear about your events and activities including awards, honors, good deeds, and accomplishments. Help us share your success stories in art, music, scholastics, athletics, drama, debate, and more. We look forward to sharing your news! Submit a story here.