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April 9, 2018 Welcome Back! MARK YOUR CALENDAR! • April 12 & 13 – 6th Grade Lenten Bake Sale, during lunch, see flyer for details • April 13 – 16 – Computer and electronics recycling, see flyer for details • Friday, April 13 – 7th/8th grade charity dodgeball, gym • Saturday, April 14 – […]
March 26, 2018 MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Wednesday, March 28 – End of 3rd quarter March 29 – April 6 – Easter Vacation April 12 & 13 – 6th grade Lenten Bake Sale, supporting the Ladies of Charity, all items are $0.50, peanut free baked goods also available, outside Mrs. Bartoli’s office Friday, April 13 – […]
March 19, 2018 MARK YOUR CALENDAR! • March 27 – April 16 – PowerSchool shut down • Wednesday, March 21 – Book exchange, see attached flyer • Friday, March 23 – No school kindergarten readiness due to conferences • Saturday, March 24 – MUN to East Lansing, MI • Wednesday, March 28 – End of […]
MARK YOUR CALENDAR! • Thursday, March 15 – Fine Arts Open House, 7:00pm-8: 30 pm • Friday, March 16 – No school • Friday, March 16 – Deadline to order April lunches • March 19-22 – 8th grade Washington, DC trip • Wednesday, March 21 – Book exchange, see attached flyer • Saturday, March 24 […]
March 5, 2018 MARK YOUR CALENDAR! • Tuesday, March 6 – 7th/8th-grade boys basketball semifinal game at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, 7:00 pm – come out and cheer our Vikings to victory! Thursday, March 8 – 2nd grade Sacrament Preparation Meeting for parents and children if you did not attend February 22, 7:00pm-8: 30 […]
In The Spotlight
Kindergarten Readiness students learn about the season of Lent.
In the spotlight this month, it is our pleasure to feature our Kindergarten Readiness students! We are so proud of these 4 & 5 yr. olds! The students learned that Lent is a time to pray, fast and give. At school, each day they would say a special prayer for the sick children, they fasted by giving up time spent playing with their favorite hobby or activity and to help others in need by earning money from helping around the house. The money raised was used to purchase over 120 stuffed animals that will be donated to St. John Hospital’s sick children program.
The mission of St. Hugo of the Hills School is to provide students with an educational environment in which the teachings of the Catholic faith are instilled, nurtured and demonstrated. These teachings constitute an integral part of the school’s academic program and the St. Hugo school community. Strengthened by the values inherent in these teachings, students and staff are challenged to live with the conviction that, As Followers of Jesus, It Must Be Different With Us.
The philosophy of St. Hugo of the Hills School is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. As a faith-filled community of parents and staff, we strive to nurture children to emulate His actions and to grow in love for God, self, and others.
Learning to honor not only the uniqueness of the individual, but also the richness of diversity, we are challenged to treat others as we wish to be treated.
The school provides an environment of academic excellence, giving each student the opportunity to develop as a whole person: spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically, and intellectually in order to meet the challenges of the future.
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