April 23, 2018

· Thursday, April 26 – ALICE presentation, presented by Bloomfield Hills Police, Officer Furlong, 6:30pm-8: 30 pm, Gym
· Friday, April 27 – Early Bird Raffle Drawing, 12:00 pm, non-uniform day for those that sold their $300 in raffle tickets or donated $300
· Saturday, April 28 – First Communion, 11:00 am
· Sunday, April 29 – First Communion, 2:00 pm
· Wednesday, May 2 – Special Person’s Mass grades 5-8, 8:30 am, Church, light reception to follow
· Thursday, May 3 – Special Person’s Mass grades PreK-4, 8:30 am, Church, light reception to follow
· Tuesday, May 8 – Healing Mass, Church, details below
· Friday, May 11 – Kindergarten Round-up for registered families only, 9:00 am, Library
· Friday, May 11 – Kindergarten Readiness Round-up for registered families only, 10:30 am, Library
· Friday, May 11 – Raffle drawing during intermission at Beauty and the Beast
· May 11 – 12 – Junior High Musical presents Beauty and the Beast, 7:00 pm, gym
· Saturday, May 12 – Lighthouse Hunger Walk, see flyer for details
· Thursday, May 24 – Auction non-uniform day for those that purchased

PARKING LOT DUTY: – Monday – Denipoti, Dietz, Fatur, Tuesday –Daogaru, DeLaRosa, daVarona, Wednesday – Discenna, Dowd, Elia, Thursday – Fakhouri, Fandino, Filby, Friday – Fortino, Gappy, Geisz. If you are unable to fulfill your obligation, please trade with another family. Thank you!

CONGRATULATIONS TO Kate Dickson! Kate was last week’s TRACK winner. Kate was nominated by Mrs. Carter for being helpful in the classroom. Keep up the good work, Kate!

MAY BOOK CLUB: (the last book club of the year!) Any students in grades 406 who love to read are invited to join Mrs. Braet in the library on Fridays after school until 4:30 pm. May’s book will be Short by Holly Goldberg Sloan. We will also be watching the Wizard of Oz in book club this month to compare parts of the book with the movie. The book club will be $60 for a 3-week session (May 4, May 11, May 18). Weekly snacks, materials, and a purchased copy of the book for each student to keep will be included in the 3-week session. If interested, please contact Mrs. Braet, katrina.braet@sthugoschool.org, or send a check made payable to Katrina Braet in the amount of $60. There will be a limit of 12 students for each month’s book club.

THE 45TH ANNUAL ST. HUGO OF THE HILLS HEALING MASS, sponsored by the Altar Guild, will be held on Tuesday, May 8 at 11:00 am. A luncheon will be served after Mass in the Parish Hall. To better accommodate your needs, please RSVP to Bonnie Gentilia, 248-650-2223, or Mary Lou Kopmeyer, 248-642-2072.

THE EARLY BIRD DRAWING is on Friday, April 27! Every completed ticket stub returned to the office by 9:00 am this Friday will be eligible for the Early Bird drawing, with the winner receiving $500! All tickets in the Early Bird drawing will be entered in the main drawing as well. Children of families who have purchased their quota of $300 in tickets (or donated $300 to the school) by April 27 will receive a non-uniform day on April 27. The St. Hugo Raffle page can be found here: http://www.bidpal.net/sthugoraffle.

THE MOVIE “SCREENAGERS” is going to be shown to St. Hugo families at 7:00 pm on Monday, May 14 in the St. Hugo School library. The cost is free for all St. Hugo families because the Quaine Family has graciously sponsored this event for the school. The film will also be shown to St. Hugo students in grades 3-8 during the day on Wednesday, May 16. The film answers many questions about social media and video game playing including what happens to student’s brains when playing these games, what happens when these devices are allowed in school and potential solutions for parents. The movie is being shown all over the nation and we feel very blessed to be able to show it at St. Hugo School. To register to see this film, click on the website below. The cost is $0 but the experience will be invaluable! Please attend so that you can discuss these important issues with your student.

SUMMER CAMPS AT BROTHER RICE HIGH SCHOOL Brother Rice Summer Camp Programs are designed to develop a camper’s mind and body, all in an environment that is both stimulating and fun. This year we have planned our camps so that no matter a student’s choice – an Academic Camp that is designed to take students to the next level in the classroom or an Athletic Camp that is dedicated to helping competitors develop their skill – students will have an option of morning or afternoon at Brother Rice. Many camps are open to boys in Grades 3 – 9 with a few camps opened to girls as well. Visit http://brwarriorscamps.com/ for all the camp offerings.

FIRST COMMUNION If you know of anyone in need of a beautiful First Communion dress, a St. Hugo family has an extra that they would love to donate. Contact the office for details.

· Is looking for a few props for its production of Beauty and the Beast: old fashioned pram, small old fashioned settee, bench, or love seat, small bedroom nightstand or table, metal mugs, tabletop candelabras, small old hardcover books, bookseller basket (4 large baskets with handles for our sellers), metal rakes, shovels, or other old fashioned long-handled tools, fur blanket or decorative throw that looks “royal”, 2 white table cloths (one for a long rectangle table, and one for a smaller table). If you are able to help out, please email Mr. Pacifico, michael.pacifico@sthugoschool.org.
· Please help support the 7th/8th-grade junior high school musical, Beauty, and the Beast, Jr. All family, friends, and community members are welcome to attend. You don’t want to miss this superstar cast! Order tickets and sponsorships here to help defray production costs: https://one.bidpal.net/sthugomusical/welcome.

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