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BREAKFAST SERVED DURING SUMMER FOR ALL CHILDREN
Bloom Township High School District 206 will participate in a summer breakfast program through the NSLP Seamless Summer Option (SSO). A free breakfast, which meets federal guidelines, will be made available to students in District 206 summer programs and to all children (18 years of age and under) in the community.

Breakfast will be served from 7:00am – 8:00am, Monday through Thursday. The program will begin on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 and end on Thursday, July 12, 2018. Breakfast will be served in the student cafeteria at Bloom High School, 101 W. 10th St., Chicago Heights, IL.

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Desayuno servido durante el verano para todos los niños
El distrito escolar Bloom Township High School 206 participará en un programa de desayuno este verano a través de NSLP Seamless Summer Option (SSO). El desayuno, que cumple con las reglas federales, será gratis y disponible para estudiantes del distrito escolar 206 que están en el programa de verano y para todos los niños (de 18 años o menos) en la comunidad.


Desayuno se servirá de 7:00AM a 8:00AM, de lunes a jueves. El programa empezará el martes, 29 de mayo del 2018 y terminará el jueves, 12 de julio del 2018. Desayuno se servirá en la cafetería de estudiantes de Bloom High School, 101 W 10th St., Chicago Heights, IL.


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Ms. 1000, Tanea White signs with Roosevelt
Thanks Bloom Lunch Crew
Bowling their Way to State
Key Club Takes Calls for Channel 11
Key Club Takes Calls for Channel 11
Bloom Key Club at the live broadcast of "Hamilton's America" last night at WTTW Chicago. The kids took calls from people making donations and also got to meet 2 of the cast members from the Broadway show Hamilton. They did a great job and had a lot of fun while serving.
Choir Carols at Chicago Heights Tree Lighting
Latino Club visits National Museum of Mexican Art
Latino Club visits National Museum of Mexican Art
National Museum of Mexican Art, in Chicago. We went to culminate our month-long celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Pictured are Latino Club President Jovanie Arellano, Co-sponsor Sharon Templin, Latino Club Vice-President Kyla Lee, and Latino Club Co-sponsor Noemi Rivera.
Students vs Staff World Cup
Students vs Staff World Cup
The Faculty vs Student Soccer game on Friday was a huge success. The students beat the staff in a very close game (ok - I'm being nice). The PE classes hosting a 3 day tournament to bring Hispanic Heritage month to a close. In the end, Mr. Palombi's 5/6 Athletic Conditioning class was the winning student team who advanced to play the staff. Good times were had by all.
IHSA Organizational Band Competition
IHSA Organizational Band Competition
I want to thank everyone for your support of the band activities and your flexibility with band student schedules this year. I also want to thank everyone who helped us with our band raffle fundraiser. Between your support, flexibility and our students' hard work we had a very successful year. We demonstrated our success this past Saturday at Tinley park HS at the IHSA Organizational Competition.

The Bloom Township Concert Band received a Division II (excellent) rating. The students played exceptionally well and we are looking forward to returning next year and doing even better. Please take a moment and congratulate our band students on their hard work.

Again, I thank you all for all that you do to support us.
Best,
Michael Bielecki
Director of Bands
Regarding Bloom Student Passing
Recent news has revealed that Melanie Valencia, a Bloom High School sophomore, has died. The Bloom Township High School District 206 family is deeply saddened to lose Melanie and our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this troubling time. Our students are our world and Melanie was a special part of that world. We will miss her dearly.

If there are any students and staff in need of assistance processing this difficult news have been advised to speak with our counseling office. Counselors and social workers are on hand all day to provide assistance we we all work through this tragic news.
Brian Dickerson—Student of the Month!
Brian Dickerson—Student of the Month!
Brian Dickerson is the Bloom High School Student of the Month for the Rotary Club of Chicago Heights for November. Brian is a sophomore at Bloom, enjoys his College Reading Class and Microsoft Office Suites classes the most. He is a member of the football and track team. He is undecided about what he wants to do after high school, but hopes to someday play professional football. Brian is well liked by his teachers. He received his award at the Rotary Club meeting on Thursday November 9. Please congratulate him on his award.
BHS News Archive
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  • Bloom Student Receives Youth Medal of Honor!
    Bloom Student Receives Youth Medal of Honor!
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    Chess Team Competes at IHSA State Today
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    Former Bloom Twp Great Back in NFL
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  • Steve Miller to Speak at Bloom Twp Athletic Alumni Association Dinner
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  • King Leads Marquette to Big East Semi Final
    King Leads Marquette to Big East Semi Final
  • Bloom Alumni is USATF National Champion
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  • Fall Sports Practice Times
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