Parent Bulletin | April 24, 2017

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

* Tuesday, April 25 – Parker Sabagh will be assisting Mr. Vincler as Principal for the Day. Congratulations, Parker!

* Thursday, April 27 – Bring .50¢ to support the 6th grade bake sale. Proceeds benefit Haiti Relief.

* Saturday, April 29 – Sacrament of First Communion, 11:00am

* Sunday, April 30 – Sacrament of First Communion, 2:00pm

* Friday, May 5 – Kindergarten Round Up, 9:00am. Library

* Monday, May 8 – PreK Round Up, 10:00am, Library

CONGRATULATIONS TO the following students who performed during Easter Break at MSBOA’s Annual Spring Solo & Ensemble Festival in Lake Orion, MI: Ania Petrosky – Violin, Elijah Venos – Violin & Trumpet, Leo Delarosa – Alto Saxophone, Maximilian Petrosky – Trombone & Piano, and Maria VanDieren – Flute & Piano. These students created music and demonstrated leadership in our department at St. Hugo! All students received excellent adjudicator comments and great ratings at festival.

ST. HUGO OF THE HILLS HEALING MASS The pleasure of your company is requested at the 44th Annual Healing Mass sponsored by the Altar Guild. A luncheon will be served after Mass in the Parish Hall. Tuesday, May 9, 2017, 11:00am. To better accommodate your needs, please R.S.V.P. to Bonnie Gentilia (248) 650-2223 or Mary Lou Kopmeyer (248) 642-2072.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS PLANNING ON ATTENDING BROTHER RICE: If you would like to apply for the Jeffery Ureel Scholarship, please turn in your two page essay to Mrs. Bartoli by Monday, May 1. See Mrs. Bartoli with any questions.

FAMILIES MUST REGISTER as soon as possible with Smart Tuition. If you are experiencing difficulty, please contact Smart Tuition Parent Help Center at 1-888-868-8828.

ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN for St. Hugo’s Annual Summer Music Camp. Please complete the attached enrollment form and return to Mr. Pacifico.

RAFFLE TICKETS were sent home with the youngest in each family before Easter Break. Just a reminder that all families are asked to participate; whether you sell tickets or make a $300 donation to the school. The Early Bird drawing is Friday, April 28!

ALL GYM STUDENTS in grades 4-8 should bring a sweat shirt and sweat pants to put in their gym lockers.

THE ART ROOM would greatly appreciate donations of baby wipes to help keep our young artists clean. Thank you!

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.