Flyers for Distribution

Please be aware that there are flyers from within the district regarding district sponsored events as well as flyers from outside of the district on this page.  For all events, please use the contact information found on the flyer for more information about the particular event. To add your flyer for distribution email Lori Suarez for approval.

Please note - all flyers submitted for approval need to be ready for ADA Section 508 Compliance. The District may not approve flyers that are not ADA ready. Not sure what ADA 508 Compliance means? Contact Jessica Stilger for clarification.

Community Flyers Approved for Distribution

Berkley Music Tag Days

TAG DAYS 2019 IS COMING!

Berkley Choir Boosters, Berkley Orchestra Association and Berkley Instrumental Boosters - Berkley School District

WHO: Band, orchestra and choir students from Berkley High School, Anderson Middle School, Norup International School

WHAT: Berkley Schools Band, Orchestra and Choir programs’ LARGEST fundraiser

WHERE: 60+ local businesses and the Tag Days House

WHEN: Friday, October 4th, Saturday, October 5th, Sunday, October 6th

WHY: To provide financial assistance for items such as sheet music, scholarships, uniforms, clinicians, classroom instruments, transportation for music festivals and trips.

HOW: Sign-up begins Monday, September 16th

Your child will bring home a letter and instruction sheet with all the details.

Any questions? Email this address or on Facebook.

Tag Days 2019 Committee: Karen Calhoun, Jessica Tuell, Trisha Watts, Hester West, David Drobot, Eric Bernreuter, Kara Watson

 

Bear Cub Cheer Clinic

We invite you to our Bear Cub Cheer Clinic! Berkley cheerleaders will teach chants, jumps, and other cheerleading basics at our 2-day clinic. Participants will then show off what they have learned at the first quarter of our Varsity Homecoming game!

Who: All kindergarten through 8th grade girls

Where: Berkley High School East Gym (enter from circle drive)

When: October 8th and October 10th from 6:00-7:00 pm

Game: October 11th, 6:30-8 pm at Hurley Field (behind Anderson Middle School)

Cost: $30.00 (includes clinic dates, admission to the game for the athlete, cheering at the first quarter of the game, and a t-shirt!)

Other information: Please have your athletes wear athletic pants, a t-shirt and athletic shoes to practices and the game. Also send them with a water bottle for water breaks.

Registration will take place September 24th and 25th from 6:00-7:00 pm outside of the East Gym (enter from the circle drive). Please fill out the bottom portion of this form and bring it with your payment. Cash or checks are accepted. Must be made payable to: Berkley High School Please contact Coach Alyssa McMinn with any questions.

View the full flyer.

Cub Scouts Pack 1292 Invite You!

Cub Scouts Pack 1292 Informational Meeting

Cub Scouts Pack 1292 invites YOU to Join Scouts! Grades K to 5th are welcomed to join on Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 at 7:00 PM at Burton Elementary School in the Gym! For more information, please contact Ryan Velzy.

WHAT DOES A CUB SCOUT DO?

Your son or daughter can learn to tie knots, set up a tent, or shoot a bow and arrow (archery). Has your child ever cooked a meal on a campfire? Senta secret code to a buddy? Built a birdhouse? Played ultimate Frisbee or hiked? Cub Scouting is fun and no matter what grade they are in, kindergarten through fifth, it is a blast. Do they like to learn by doing? Then Scouting is just the place! 

GIRLS CAN NOW JOIN IN ON THE EXCITEMENT OF CUB SCOUTS!

We recognize that families today are busier than ever and with less free time, want convenience. By creating a scouting program that offers programs for both boys and girls, families will be able to participate in Scouting activities as a family. Family Scout Packs will offer single gender dens that will allow boys and girls to learn and grow at the pace that is unique to their development 

THE CUB SCOUTING PROGRAM

The Cub Scouting Program is a year around program that boys and girls can join anytime. It's flexible enough to work with other extra curricular activities that they may also be involved in. 

UPCOMING SCOUTING ACTIVITIES ALL NEW SCOUTS CAN ATTEND THEIR FIRST SCOUT ACTIVITY FREE!

Rendezvous: Willow Metro Park, September 28

Fall Scout and Pal
Rota-Kiwan Scout Camp
Octoer 18-20
 

Fall Cub Hike
Gerber Scout Reservation
November 2

Haunted Forest
D-A Scout Ranch 
October 12

Cub Scout Archery Days
Camp Agawam
Every Sunday in October 
 

LION CUBS

learn by doing through exciting indoor and outdoor activities designed for kindergarten children and their adult partner. 

TIGER CUBS

Scouting's program for first grade children (or 7 years old). Tiger Cubs do stuff - lots of stuff - with their adult partners. This program is intended to open up the world to inquisitive minds along with the caring guidance of adults. 

CUB SCOUTING

is a family centered program where 2nd and 3rd grade children meet regularly in small groups to work on projects. Learning is achieved through an advancement program. All Cub Scouts wear uniforms, earn badges, learn new games and have a great time with new friends! 

To learn more about the events above or to register, visit this link. Email questions to this email address.

WEBELOS

(We'll Be Loyal Scouts) is a 20 month program for 4th and 5th grade children to prepare them to join a Boy Scout troop (Scouts BSA beginning in February 2019) while learning outdoors skills. A well-run group of Webelos is a gradual change from being an 'adult-run' den to being a 'youth-lead' patrol ready to fit right into an adventurous Scout troop. 

CAN'T MAKE THE "JOIN SCOUT NIGHT" MEETING?

If you are unable to attend the School Night meeting, you can still sign your child up for Scouting, Please call the contact(s) listed on the front side of this flyer or contact us by calling 1-855-940-4210. 

WELCOME TO CUB SCOUTS!

Make sure you are connected and well informed! Here are a few websites that will get you going with all of the latest information and news to help you. 

TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT A LOCAL SCOUTING UNIT IN YOUR COMMUNITY TEXT "JOINSCOUTS" TO "555888" 

Drugs 101: What's Important to Know

Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Presents, Drugs 101: What's Important to Know

An informative and educational program designed for participants to learn about the signs, symptoms, and current trends of teen drug use.

Facts about trends in teen drug use. Vaping, Marijuana, Opioids and Prescriptions are covered in depth

Tools to identify potential teen drug use and skills to engage kids in conversations.

Sign up online or by calling 248-658-3440.

This event is hosted by the Tri-Community Coalition and the Berkley Library.

 

Everything Animals & Pet Expo!

Everything Animals & Pet Expo!

Sunday, September 22 1-4 p.m at the Oak Park Community Center

Spend an afternoon learning all about animals that are good to have as pets, and some you might not want in your house! Meet with a veterinarian, dog trainers, animal rehabbers, emergency and critical care professionals, Leader Dogs for the Blind Puppy Raisers & Future Leader Dogs, Wild Wings, rescues and more! Kids can enjoy face painting, crafts, a petting farm and an Everything Animals passport booklet.

For more information, contact the Recreation Department at (248) 691-7555.

 

PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR OWN PETS TO THIS EVENT.

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Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run 2019

Girls on the Run is an afterschool program like no other! Twice per week for 10 weeks, girls will have fun, make friends, increase their physical activity levels and learn important life skills. Trained and caring coaches lead 3   5 grade girls through interactive lessons and running activities. The season ends with a noncompetitive 5K event.

  • Registration Opens: Now-September 8 
  • Program Starts: Week of September 16 
  • When: Monday/Thursday 3:30-4:45 PM 
  • Program Location: Pattengill Elementary 
  • Program Fee: Now- 9/8: $145 
  • 5K Celebration: Sunday, November 17 
  • Financial Assistance is Available 

Contact: 
Erin Hitchcock
248-644-9036

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Berkley Steelers Football Teams, Inc.

YOUTH FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING

Attention All Girls & Boys ages 6-13. The Berkley Steelers are preparing for their 2019 season. The Steelers are a member of The Oakland Macomb Youth Football Association. Our season consists of 8 regular season games, play-off games followed by a Super Bowl and a Cheer-Off competition.

  • Flag Football Ages 6-7
  • Tackle Football Ages 8-13
  • Cheerleading Grades K-8
  • (Birthday restrictions apply)

Check the Steelers' website for registration information.

Registration fees:
Football -$175.00
Cheer - $175.00
(additional fees apply – fundraiser and activity)

  • Mandatory Fundraiser: 50 raffle tickets @ $1.00 (per child).
  • $75 refundable activity deposit is required to ensure parent meets required volunteer hours.
  • Birth certificate and a current picture are required.
  • Physicals are required for all participants prior to the 1st day of practice. Must be given on or after April 15, 2019.
  • Practice begins August 5th.

Participating cities: Berkley, Clawson, Birmingham, Madison Heights, Roseville, NFWB, Royal Oak, Romeo, Shelby Twp, Waterford, Chesterfield

  • 8 Regular season games
  • All games played on weekends
  • Weight limits apply
  • Family Participation
  • Recognized and supported by the City of Berkley
  • Each participant receives: Season Trophy and Use of Uniform & Equipment
  • More FUN events throughout the season!

For Football Information Call: (248) 506-2464 Ask for Andrew Hadfield or email Andrew

For Cheerleading Information Call: (810) 531-3151 – Ask for Jennifer Grace or email Jennifer.

PDF DocumentBerkley Steelers Football and Youth Cheerleading Flyer

Berkley Parks & Rec

Visit the Berkley Parks & Rec Programs website to see all classes offered to the community. Their website has flyers for all events, too, if applicable.

Berkley Hoops Youth Basketball Association

Berkley Hoops Youth Basketball Association 

Berkley Hoops is a recreational basketball program designed to provide young athletes with an opportunity to compete at a friendly yet competitive level. Players will receive a T-shirt jersey that is theirs to keep. If you need to order a second shirt for your child, that will be at your expense. Volunteers, coaches, and board members are needed. Coaches will receive discount reimbursement 

Berkley Hoops Registration 

 Scott Rowlett 

K-5 Study Skills Class

The study skills program emphasizes academic support to promote success for students in elementary school.  The program will provide educational opportunities that develop academic skills and study practices that will ensure long term success.  Students will bring content area material from their other courses and learn to apply techniques and study skills appropriate to their ability and the content material.  This course provides instruction on study habits, time management, organization, note-taking, test-taking, active listening, oral and written communication, and learning strategies.

Interested? Sign up using the Study Skills Registration Form.

Online Learning

Berkley students can enroll in online courses through our partnership with Michigan Virtual. Please follow the link below for more information and a detailed list of courses offered through Michigan Virtual.

9-12 Study Skills Class

The study skills program emphasizes academic support to promote success for students in elementary school.  The program will provide educational opportunities that develop academic skills and study practices that will ensure long term success.  Students will bring content area material from their other courses and learn to apply techniques and study skills appropriate to their ability and the content material.  This course provides instruction on study habits, time management, organization, note-taking, test-taking, active listening, oral and written communication, and learning strategies.

9-12 Study Skills Program Registration

Spy Academy

Spy Academy! By the World’s Leading Fun Science Provider

Brand New Classes!

Mad Science offers fun, inquiry-based, hands-on, after-school programs that cover a wide range of science topics.Your child will even come home with a take-home project!

Topics covered in this session’s classes: 

  • Fingerprinting
  • Chromatography
  • Blood Typing
  • Observation Techniques
  • And Much More

Mad Science After-School Programs 

  • Meet national and state science curriculum standards. 
  • Are led by trained, qualified, and  dynamic instructors. 
  • Follow professional lesson plans. 
  • Use unique equipment and original 

Details:

Mondays from 3:20 pm - 4:20 pm at Angell Elementary in Berkley, MI
Class Dates: 6-week program – September 16, 23, October 7, 14, 21, 28
Skip Days: Sept 30

Tuesdays from 3:20 pm-4:20 pm at Norup International in Oak Park, MI
Class Dates: 6-week program – Sept 17, 24, Oct 8, 15, 22, 29
Skip Days: Oct 1

Thursdays from 3:20 pm-4:20 pm at Pattengill Elementary in Berkley, MI
Class Dates: 6-week program – Sept 19, 26, Oct 3, 10, 17, 24

Wednesdays from 3:20 pm-4:20 pm at Rogers Elementary in Berkley, MI
Class Dates: 6-week program – Sept 18, 25, Oct 2, 16, 23, 30
Skip Days: Oct 9


Cost: $142 per child 

  • Appropriate for students in K – 5th grade. 
  • All classes held on site. Classes will be split as needed. 
  • All classes include cool take home items! 
  • Space is limited! 
  • Registration is on a first come-first served basis. 
  • Registration Deadline: Friday, September 13, 2019

Space is limited and registration is on a first come-first served basis – register today!
See the back page for complete class descriptions and policies at your child’s school.Register Online and register for Mad Science programs under Youth. Register In Person or By Mail at Berkley Community Education at 14700 W. Lincoln Street, Oak Park, MI 48237 Register By Phone at (248) 837-8900