Parent Bulletin | December 19, 2016
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
* December 12 – 21 – candy cane sale during lunch, $1 each and will benefit Ladies of Charity and Wounded Warriors
* December 15 – 20 – Gym closed
* Tuesday, December 20 – JK-2 Christmas Pageant – parent performance and party, 1:00pm, Gym
* Wednesday, December 21 – non-uniform day for JK-6 for collecting their Box Top goal
* Thursday, December 22 – Christmas break begins
* Wednesday, January 4 – Classes resume
* January 4 – January 6 – No bus service
CONGRATULATIONS to this week’s T.R.A.C.K. winner, Molly Quakenbush! Molly was observed by Mrs. Stacer for being helpful, friendly, and courteous in the classroom. Good job, Molly!
ALL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS in grades 4-6 will be bringing home their gym uniforms to be washed over Christmas break. Please remember to bring them back on January 4! Thank you.
HELP US KEEP OUR EVERGREEN STATUS! St. Hugo recycles eye glasses, batteries, and cell phones. During the Christmas season we will also collect used/broken Christmas lights. We will be collecting lights until January 15.
SAVE THE DATE! Parenting with Love & Logic workshop will be coming to St. Hugo in February/March. This six week program will provide you with simple and practical techniques that will make you more effective at raising your children and will provide you with tools to effectively handle challenging behaviors for children of any age. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Bartoli, email@example.com. Child care will be available. To reserve a spot contact Mrs. Bartoli, firstname.lastname@example.org. Child care will be provided by junior high students.
PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING the Zwolinski family by making them a meal while Peggy continues to battle colon cancer. The Zwolinski family has been part of the St. Hugo Community for many years. Their oldest daughter, Rebecca, graduated from St. Hugo in 2012 and their younger daughter, Melissa, is currently a 5th grader. The meals can be brought to school at pick up. If you are interested please go to www.takethemameal.com. Search by last name: Zwolinski. The password is Peggy. All of the information you will need is on the website, however, if you have any questions please contact Mrs. Yamine Najor.
THANK YOU TO ALL that attended Pistons Night! The event raised $520 for our school!
ATTENTION LATCHKEY FAMILIES! Afternoon Latchkey on Tuesday, December 20 will be held in the Library. Afternoon Latchkey students should be picked up from there. Thank you!
11 of the 43 students that took the High School Placement Test scored in the 97% or above. More than 25% of our students scored in the highest 3% of students that took the test in the U.S. I can see that many of our students will be earning scholarship $ for their future high school. Great job 8th grade students and to all of their teachers!
The Open House for the school will take place Sunday, January 22 from 11:00-2:00. Kindergarten Information Night is Thursday, January 26 at 7:00. The Kindergarten Information Night begins with a presentation in room D5 then proceeds to touring the kindergarten classrooms. Please help us promote these events!
Next School Year
Next school year we are planning to have three 3rd grade classrooms. All kindergarten classes will have a full-day and half-day option.
Woodward Hills/Christmas Concert
Great job to Mr. Pacifico and his Band and Glee students! They sang and played for senior citizens at Woodward Hills. The crowd was delighted by the performance! I am very much looking forward to seeing the Christmas Concert today at 1:30. There is also a Parent performance tomorrow at 1:00 in the gym. I have been very impressed at our talented musicians and Mr. Pacifico!
Merry Christmas to the entire St. Hugo of the Hills Community. I feel very blessed to have joined you this year and I am looking forward to many wonderful happenings at our school in 2017!
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.