MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
- December 8 – Deadline to donate to the Ladies of Charity Christmas Basket drive – see details below
- Wednesday, December 16 – Christmas Pageant, 1:30pm/Band Concert, 7:00pm
- Friday, December 18 – deadline to order lunches for January
- Friday, January 8 – deadline to order Catholic Schools Week t-shirt
- Thursday, January 14 – Kindergarten Information Night, 7pm – Library
- Friday, February 5 – SAVE THE DATE! First annual PTG Sweetheart (daddy/daughter) Dance
THANK YOU VERY MUCH TO all the volunteers who took the time to help out at the Santa Shoppe: Kate Bandol, Noel Pietsch, Tegan Higgins, Cherly Abarca, Melissa Williams, Amanda Alvelo, Ann Lazar, Erica Thurman, Suzanna Cerroni, Carolyn Still-Love, Barbara Bojan, Gina Thomas, Julie Spadafore, Lauren Oriani, Indigo Stewart, Laura Discenna, Rochelle Denipoti, Tracey Jacob, Allison Mayette, Carmen Delusky, Jessica Maher, Jennifer VanNorwick, Heather Koziarz, Kelley Priebe, Chelsea Cormier, Janeen Fakhouri and Meghan Zidar (we apologize if we forgot anyone!). Wishing you all a Merry Christmas!
GREEN SCHOOL! St. Hugo is once again collecting used and or broken Christmas tree lights. Please send with your child to A4. Thank you for helping us remain a Green School!
LADIES OF CHARITY CHRISTMAS BASKET DRIVE will begin Tuesday, December 1 and run through Tuesday, December 8. The Ladies of Charity will be preparing Christmas baskets for over 200 needy families. St. Hugo students and their families have always been supportive and generous. Once again we are asking you to help by bringing in new, unwrapped books, toys, games, teen items, and sports items.
K- Grade 2: cars, trucks, blocks, craft kits, dolls, small train sets, etc.
Grades 3-5: building toys, Legos, Lincoln logs, craft kits, building sets, etc.
Grade 6: new books and board games
Grades 7-8: new, unused teen items such as make-up kits, sports items, hand-held games, jewelry, purses, etc.
ALL ST. HUGO LADIES are invited to share in our Christmas blessings and friendship at the St. Hugo Altar Guild Christmas Brunch on Tuesday, December 15 from 10:00am until noon in the Parish Hall. A lovely brunch, dessert, and beverage will be served. The guest speaker, Jack Krasula, will be presenting “A Spare Tire vs. The Steering Wheel”. Please bring a new, wrapped Christmas ornament to exchange and bring a friend to join us!
THE FINAL SCRIP ORDER OF THIS YEAR is Monday, December 7! Order by 10:00am on December 7 and pick up in the school office on Friday, December 11 in the afternoon. Order online at www.shopwithscrip.com. Your login is your email address and it can email your password. Pay by check made payable to St. Hugo PTG by Wednesday, December 9 (write “SCRIP” in the memo line) or with Prestopay (debit from your bank account). Check out limited time smaller denomination cards. These are great Christmas gifts for dance teachers, swim coaches, and babysitters!
CANDY CANE SALE begins Monday, December 7 during lunch. Candy canes are $1 each and proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project. Please support this worthy organization!
THE ST. HUGO PTG is excited to announce the launching of an online spirit wear store! Mugs, sweatpants, sweatshirts, cozy blankets, hats, and much more. Check the store out, we’re sure you’ll find something for everyone. Shop December 7-11 and receive free shipping! www.schoolcrush.com/STHUGO/storehome.asp?page=down&sc=STHUGO&dis=&admin=
A NEW ST. HUGO FUNDRAISER! The Archdiocese of Detroit has created an official Catholic Schools Week t-shirt. The t-shirt will be sold for $10 with a $2 donation to St. Hugo and $2 to the St. Vincent DePaul Society. Students who wear this t-shirt on Friday, February 12 (the last day of school before Winter Break) can also wear jeans. A picture of the t-shirt and a downloadable order form is on the St. Hugo website. Order forms for the t-shirt must be turned in no later than January 8. T-shirts will be delivered by Wednesday, January 27. A great way to support St. Hugo and St. Vincent DePaul!
CONGRATULATIONS TO the November Students of the Month! They are: Junior Kindergarten – Geovanny Abarca, Kindergarten – Savanah Orow, 1st grade – Nino Cerroni, 2nd grade – Julia Triculescu, 3rd grade – Alexander Elia, 4th grade – Reid Haddad, 5th grade – Gabby Mekani, 6th grade
grade – Zach Olah, 7th grade – Elena Schwegman, and 8th grade – Smith Casper. And the Fine Art Students of the Month are: Art – Bennett Boyle, and Andrew Priebe, Band – Nicholas Montales, and Rita Hajjar.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: It is extremely important for you to show up for your assigned morning parking lot duty. Please make sure you sign-in on the sheet across from the Fr. Esper Room and take a reflective vest (you may end up with an extra parking lot duty assignment if you forget to sign in!). If you have a conflict and cannot fulfill your obligation on your assigned day please trade with another family. The presence of parent volunteers during morning drop-off is essential in keeping all of our children safe, preventing accidents, and keeping traffic flowing. ALL morning drop-offs should be made using the carpool line – parents should not be parking and walking their children across the carpool line. Drop-offs to the Hickory Grove entrance should only be made if your arrival is past 8:15am.
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.