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Getting ready for the YETIE

Getting ready for the YETIE

Lenna Peterson, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

This May 4-13, forensics students at BHHS will have the opportunity to cultivate their public speaking skills as well as continue to grow within their individual categories through the Year End Tournament for Individual Events (YETIE). Organized by the Michigan Interscholastic Forensics Association (MIFA), t...

How to stay on top of school work

How to stay on top of school work

Lindsey Zousmer, Staff Writer

April 23, 2020

Without a structured schedule, most students have been sleeping in, watching hours of Netflix, and eating their entire pantries. However, even without having to actually commute to a building to learn, students are still responsible for engaging in learning opportunities given by their teachers on vari...

What are Sports Fans Doing Without Sports?

What are Sports Fans Doing Without Sports?

Brandon Yaker, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

For the first time ever, our world is without sports. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sports leagues around the world have been cancelled along with pretty much everything else. We are witnessing history as this bleak period in history occurs without the likes of college and professional sports. Senior...

Where in the world is Watson?

Where in the world is Watson?

Lenna Peterson, Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

Starting on March 17th, 2020, Superintendent Pat Watson began a new series on Bloomfield Hills Schools TV called, ‘’Where in the world is Watson?” aiming to produce learning-filled episodes of exploration through which he can interact with the community.  Each week, Mr. Watson ‘’travels’’ ...

How the theater community is dealing with the quarantine

How the theater community is dealing with the quarantine

Cassandra English, Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

Our school and theatre events may have been cancelled and/or pushed back by a few months, but there are performers from Broadway, off-Broadway, touring companies, and from theatres all across the world that are currently out of work. There are also countless theatre majors out there, bored out of their m...

BHS meal plans during the coronavirus outbreak

BHS meal plans during the coronavirus outbreak

Seth Kruger, Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

In the midst of all that has happened with the coronavirus, there are many different aspects of our lives and society as a whole that we all worry about. Social distancing, shelter in place, and online school are just some of the few changes and worries we all have during this time.    Bloom...

Tom to Tampa?

Tom to Tampa?

Gabe Singer, Staff Writer

March 22, 2020

In the 2000 NFL Draft, a reeling New England Patriots organization took a sixth round chance on an adequate-armed, bony, unathletic twenty-one year old quarterback. Six Super Bowls, Three MVPs, and 249 wins later, Tom Brady is once again on the move.    Why did Brady walk away from one of the grea...

Live Coverage of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) Impact on BHHS

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Marlee Sacksner, Section Editor

March 19, 2020

June 16: Returning school supplies This was day three where underclassmen got to drop off their textbooks, pay fines, and get their yearbooks (if purchased).   June 15: Returning school supplies This was day two where underclassmen got to drop off their textbooks, pay fines, and get their y...

Coronavirus cancellations

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Jillian Sacksner, Social Media Manager

March 11, 2020

Yesterday on Tuesday, March 10th there was a case of Coronavirus found in Oakland County. Because of this the Bloomfield Hills Schools District Crisis team met today regarding the virus. The district website and social media accounts will continue to post updates on the COVID- 19 virus.   Bloomfield.org...

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