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

MAKE FRIENDS, ACCOMPLISH BIG THINGS, HAVE SO MUCH FUN

STRIDE is a fun afterschool character development and fitness program for boys in grades 3–8. Boys have the chance to share their thoughts and opinions about various life topics in a safe, encouraging environment that helps them develop character, while building their running endurance to complete a 5K.
In a world where boys are constantly trying to measure up to what they should be, STRIDE helps them discover who they are! Everyone is welcome. Financial assistance is available. The YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit strengthens communities in Southeast Michigan and beyond through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Where: Pattengill 
When: Wednesday/Thursday 
Time: 3:30-4:45
Includes:

  • 20 Lessons with a Snack
  • Cinch Bag & Water bottle
  • T-shirt & Medal
  • Entry into the 5k
  • Finisher Gift

Season Begins: Week of March 9
Celebration 5K: May 17, 2020 at St. Claire MetroPark

 

Contact Information
Erin Hitchcock or (313) 223 2790

Applications are now open for Summer 2020 Jobs with the Oakland County Parks and Recreation. Starting Pay $9.85/hr. Visit their website for more information and to register. 

 

View the full flyer here.

Join us from 4:30-4:40 pm for a brief exhibition by New Edge FSC

 

Saturday, February 22nd 4:40-5:20 pm No experience needed 20 group instruction, 20 minute practice time TRY SKATING FOR FREE. Online Registration Required! Visit this website.

 

1403 Lexington Blvd. • Royal Oak, MI 48073 • p 248.246.3950

Learn to Skate at Royal Oak Ice Arena

Ice skating is a great way to have fun while staying physically fit. The Learn to Skate program offers a range of classes that suits everyone’s needs. The program is a stepping stone to prepare skating skills for hockey, freestyle skating and recreational skating. Skate rental available and is for Ages 3 to adult. Register online today.

Skating Director: Diana Peraino  248-246-3950

 

  • MONDAYS 5:45-7:00 PM
  • TUESDAYS 10:00-10:50 AM
  • THURSDAYS 1:15-2:05 PM
  • SATURDAYS 9:45 - 11:35 AM

See this link for class schedule.

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.

FRIENDS TODAY. CHANGEMAKERS TOMORROW. 

Find out what Girl Scout activities are available to girls at home! 

Visit us at this link to find out about our next Girl Scout virtual information event! 

QUESTIONS? Call us at 800-482-6734 to find out how your girl can participate

 

View full flyer here

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-8 Media & Technology Program Registration

Program Description: The Media Center is a very busy place! Students enrolled in this course visit our library media center to read, check out books, complete an assignment, research a topic, type a document, create a PowerPoint slideshow, edit a video, or just look for the latest new books! Students will be able to work on their technology skills such as keyboarding, Google and Microsoft Office during their time as well. 

This is a graded course that will be offered each semester daily for 30 minutes to students in grades K-8 after school. 

K-8 Media & Technology Program Registration Form

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.

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.

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