Parent Bulletin | April 18, 2016

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

  • Tuesday, April 19 – Girl Scout candy sale at lunch benefitting Flint water crisis, all items .50-$1, peanut free options available
  • Friday, April 22 – deadline to order lunches for May
  • Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24 – First Communion
  • Wednesday, May 4 – Special Person’s Mass, grades 5 – 8
  • Thursday, May 5 – Special Person’s Mass, Grades K – 4
  • Friday, May 6 – Kindergarten Roundup, 9:45am-10:45am
  • Friday, May 6 – raffle drawing
  • Monday, May 23 – deadline to order lunches for June

 

EACH YEAR A PARENT TEACHER GUILD (PTG) is formed. The PTG is comprised of a president, president-elect (who becomes president the following year), treasurer, treasurer-elect (who becomes treasurer the following year), and secretary. The function of the PTG is to assist in the coordination of fundraising activities, formation of volunteer groups, and parent sponsored activities of the school. The PTG also serves as a liaison between the parent body and the principal. The nomination committee of the PTG is seeking nominees for the 2016-2017 school year. Please submit your nominations to Allison Mayette, adonn1926@aol.com, by May 1.

 

YOU ARE INVITED to attend the St. Hugo PTG meeting on Wednesday, April 20 at 7:00pm in the school Library.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO:

  • The March Students of the Month: Junior Kindergarten – Nicholas Montales, Kindergarten – Madison Gorcyca, 1st grade – Isaac Jacob, 2nd grade – Matteo Berrino, 3rd grade – Ava Olah, 4th grade – Nicholas Lazar, 5th grade – Maddie Morgan, 6th grade – Sherwood Rivera, 7th grade – Kathryn Torok, 8th grade – Lauren McFarland.
  • The March Fine Arts Students of the Month: Art – Adrian Fernandez, Paul Jazrawi and Band – Matthew St. Andre, Elijah Venos.
  • Kindergartener Rocco Oriani who sold the winning Early Bird raffle ticket.
  • Bryan Cox, the winner of the Early Bird raffle drawing.
  • 8th grader Hayden Scott in qualifying for the National History Bee! Nationals will be held in June in Chicago.
  • The following band students who received Superior & Excellent ratings at Solo & Ensemble competition on Saturday, April 16: Marissa Ernat, Michael Albano, Elijah Venos and Leo DeLaRosa.

 

THANK YOU TO:

  • All of the parents who helped make the 7th/8th grade dance a success. We raised $445 for the Flint Water Crisis and the students had a wonderful time dancing to the music by our infamous DJ, Jonathan Napper! Thank you to the parent chaperones: Carolynn Krause, Colleen O’Brien, Suzanne Tosto, Patty Albano, Julie Torok, Melina Ernat, Nora Naman, Melinda Reid and Sue Toma. The dance would not have been possible without your help!
  • Mary Wenzel and Yasmine Najor who coordinated the MARCH MADNESS event at Zieben-Mare. Their efforts raised $400 for our school!

 

ALL STUDENTS IN GRADES 4-8 need to bring a sweatshirt and a pair of sweat pants to school for Physical Education. They do not need to be St. Hugo gym sweats. Weather permitting, we will begin going outside for gym class.

 

  1. HUGO CELEBRATES EARTH WEEK! As part of being a Michigan Green School, St. Hugo participates in many programs throughout the year to help the environment and community. On Tuesday, please send in used batteries that will be recycled. On Wednesday please send in broken and unwanted crayons which will be made into new crayons. On Thursday we will collect eyeglasses that are no longer being used and they will be sent to the Lion’s Clubs. On Friday, please send broken and not being used cell phones that will be taken to Desmond Funeral Home for Veterans. All donations should be placed in the box outside A4. Thank you for your support and Happy Earth Day!

 

BBFA PRESENTION “True Colors – True Parenting” on Tuesday, April 19 from 10:00am-11:30am at the Doyle/Booth Center, 7275 Wing Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills. This is a free presentation and no advance sign up is required.

 

ATTENTION! 8TH GRADE STUDENTS planning on attending Brother Rice High School! If you would like to apply for the Jeffery Ureel Scholarship, please turn in your two page essay to Sister Margaret by Monday, May 2. See Mrs. Bartoli with any questions.

 

PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING the Zwolinski family by making them a meal. Melissa is a current St. Hugo student and her older sister, Rebecca, also attended St. Hugo. While Mrs. Zwolinski continues her fight against cancer, having meals prepared is extremely helpful. If interested, go to www.takethemameal.com and search by last name – Zwolinski. The password is Peggy. All of the necessary information is on the website. Please contact Yasmine Najor, 248-245-8181 or yasminenajor@hotmail.com with questions.

 

SAFETY REMINDERS:

  • No glass containers permitted in school.
  • Please refrain from dropping students off on Hickory Grove Road. Access to the front entry is restricted in the morning until 8:15am to protect our junior high students who line up in the front. All carpool students should be going through the carpool line – no student should ever be walking in the parking lot during morning drop off. Students arriving late may be dropped off at the front after 8:15am.

 

CAFETERIA NEWS:

  • The cafeteria is looking for a few good jokes! Students are encouraged to submit an appropriate joke to the cafeteria to be displayed as the “Joke of the Day”. The best submission each week will appear in the Parent Bulletin the following week.
  • Due to the Junior High Musical, the week of May 9-13 students will be eating lunch in their homeroom. The cafeteria will be serving boxed lunches and have limited service (milk, juice, chips, etc.). Microwaves will not be available this week.

 

HUGO BOX SCORES (weekend of April 16-17)

6th grade boys baseball 0 vs. Everest 10 6th grade girls softball 5 vs. St. Joe’s Lake Orion 12
8th grade boys baseball 4 vs. Everest 7 8th grade girls softball 10 vs. Everest 0

 


 The Mission of St. Hugo of the Hills School is to provide students with an educational experience 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 community. Strengthened by the values inherent in these teachings, students and staff are challenge to live with the conviction that,

as followers of Jesus, it must be different with us.