The end of the marking period is coming soon, with our final assignments and assessments ending on Monday, October 31. Grades are due to be posted in PowerSchool on or before Friday, 11/7. This grade averages with second quarter, along with any final exam at the end of the semester, to create a semester grade to be added to the transcript for credit. Students should be making sure their work is in and timely, and that they're handling any last minute needs before the end of the quarter.
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be online again this year through SchoolSoft. This allows for more parents to attend from the location of their choice and for a more efficient process. Conferences will be held in the evening on Tuesday, 11/15 and again on the afternoon of Friday, 11/18. We will be sending a separate communication in the coming weeks about how to sign up and how to access the links for your student's conferences.
School Bus Safety Week ends today, and I'd like to take this opportunity to thank our drivers, aides, and those in the transportation department who dedicate their efforts to getting our students to and from school and events safely every day. Please click here for the official State of Michigan Proclamation regarding School Bus Safety Week along with several statistics regarding school bus safety.
Thank you for all of your support this year with attendance and student behaviors! As we enter the colder months, there are a couple of areas we are focusing on. First, it is essential that students are in school regularly and on time. As it becomes darker earlier, and cooler in the mornings, we typically see an increase in the number of students arriving late. Please join us in making prompt arrival and attendance a focus for all. Additionally, students should not be staying after school unless they are in a club, sport, or activity. Students have from 2:23 until 2:45 to get to their supervised area. Students should not be waiting for rides for longer than that, unless they have a supervised activity that they are attending. Any student found in the hallways at 2:45 or later will be subject to disciplinary action. Please help us keep students safe and supervised by making sure they are picked up by 2:45 daily.
If you know of someone who is not receiving communication from us, it may mean they need to update their email address with us in PowerSchool. Please contact Mrs. Tunic, the counseling office administrative assistant, to update your email address. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WBSD Nutrition and Food Services Department has moved to Meal Magic to manage student lunch accounts. If you have not done so already, please visit https://westbloomfield.familyportal.cloud/ in order to manage your child's account for lunch services.
Proud to be a Laker!
Principal - WBHS
West Bloomfield hosts Cass Tech in the first round of the MHSAA Division 1 Playoffs
Come see the WBHS Theater Department as they present St. Joan
Blessings in a Backpack - TRIVIA NIGHT
Dear Parents of West Bloomfield School District Students,
Have you reserved your tickets for yet?? This fundraiser for Blessings in a Backpack will be held on Friday, November 4 at St. George Church , 43816 Woodward Ave, Bloomfield Hills.
Blessings in a Backpack is a program, run entirely by volunteers, that sends six non-perishable meals home with needy West Bloomfield School children for each of the 40 weekends of the school year.
Please see the flyer and sponsorship form (page 1 , page 2) for more information. It should be great fun for a great cause!!
We are limiting our participants to 250 this year, so get your tickets now!! We have SOLD OUT the last four years!!
If you do not have a team of 10, we will place you at a table with a group of really smart folk!! Our goal is to have at least one table of community members and one table of staff from each West Bloomfield School and Department!! And don’t forget to have your team pick a name and come as characters in your favorite Sit Com !!
We hope to see you on the 4th. If you are unable to make it, please see the Sponsorship form above to make a donation.
If your child is a student (3 to 26 years of age) in the West Bloomfield Schools, s/he can also participate in the 2022-2023 Blessings in a Backpack program. This program sends six non-perishable meals home each Friday of the school year. Its goal is to make sure that no child goes hungry on the weekend. Run by volunteers, there is NO cost to you.
To enroll in this program, please fill out the form below and return it to your school office or email it to email@example.com. This registers your child/ren in the Blessings program and alerts us to any allergies they might have. The first backpack of food will be distributed to your child at his/her local school the first week of October.
Winter Sports Registration Now Open
Click Here for the latest information regarding winter sports tryouts and Final Forms
Click here for the Winter Sports tryout and first practice schedules
Registration for the Winter Sports Season at the high school is now available on FinalForms. If you have already created a FinalForms account, simply log into your account and select the sport you are interested in playing/trying out for.
If you have not set up a FinalForms account already, please do so at the following link:
Follow the prompts to create your account, create your students and sign your forms. Attached below is also a Final Forms Parent Playbook to help you get started with your registration. You will need to sign all forms and attach a current physical (dated after April 15th, 2022) to complete registration.
West Bloomfield Parent Playbook