Parent Bulletin | February 20, 2017

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

* Tuesday, February 21 – Yearbook group photo day, students may wear scout uniforms, team uniforms, etc.

* Thursday, February 23 OR March 2 – Grade 2 student and parent Eucharist meeting, Church, 7:00pm-8:30pm

* Friday, February 24 – Daddy/Daughter Dance, Gym, see attached invitation

* Saturday, February 25 – 7th/8th graders to MSU for MUN competition

* March 3-4 – St. Hugo is hosting CYO Regional Basketball Tournament, Gym

* Tuesday, March 7 – No school, teacher in-service day

* Friday, March 10 – PTG Mother/Son event, Gym, see attached invitation

* Friday, March 17 – deadline to order May lunches

* Sunday, March 19 – Fine Arts Open House, 1:00pm-3:00pm

* Friday, March 24 – No School

* Friday, March 31 – End of 3rd quarter

CONGRATULATIONS TO the January Students of the Month! Kindergarten – Gabriella Kattola, 1st grade – Mollie Thalmann, 2nd grade – Meghan Bluethmann, 3rd grade – Jason Orow, 4th grade – Morgan Thalmann, 5th grade – Ryan Wells, 6th grade – Paul Jazrawi, 7th grade – Xavier Chow, 8th grade – Timmy Nelson, Band – Tatym Williams and Luke Mychalowych, Art – Violetta Kretschmer, Rachel Royer.

ATTENTION! A school wide art contest will be part of our upcoming STEAM Day. Students in all grades are invited to submit a drawing that illustrates the acronym STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math). If chosen, you will receive a gift card and your illustration will be printed on a large banner to be hung in the school. Artwork will be judged on content, originality, and neatness. You may use marker, chalk, paint, crayon, pencil or create in a digital format. Submissions are due Friday, March 10 to Miss Bitzinger. If interested, please pick up drawing paper from the art room.

THE ART DEPARTMENT would like to thank Mrs. Sabbagh and Mrs. Kindt for their help in washing the art smocks! Also, Miss Bitzinger is accepting donations of egg cartons – thank you!

THE 7TH/8TH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM are CYO division champions! They move on to districts. Congratulations girls!

PARENTS as you schedule well-visits with your student’s physician, the attached requirements for immunizations in the State of Michigan should be kept in mind. If you have any questions, please contact the office.

CONGRATULATIONS TO KEELY NYKERK who was chosen as one of 50 winners (out of 3 states) for the Meemic Masterpieces Art Contest/Grant! In addition to her winning a tablet and having her art on display, the art room has been granted $300 for art supplies. Nice job as well to Ms. Bitzinger for all of her encouragement!

LAST CALL FOR spring sports registration!! Mr. Barrett has extended the deadline to register for spring sports to FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Spots are still available on all teams! Grab a friend and register by Friday! Coaches are needed at all levels except 8th grade baseball. Contact Mr. Barrett if interested. GO VIKINGS!

FOR ALL IMPORTANT INFORMATION about the Auction, please see the All-In for St. Hugo Auction Newsletter. You can read past editions at the St. Hugo website/Fundraisers/Newsletters. You should be receiving the Auction newsletter via email. If not, please check your spam or sign up with this link. http://eepurl.com/cxuFUX Tickets to go on sale on Friday. Stay tuned for more information.

THE LOVE & LOGIC series begins this Thursday and we still have room! Complete the attached registration form and return it to the office.

ST. HUGO VIKINGS BOX SCORES: (Weekend of February 18)

6th grade boys basketball #1 v St. Anne W 34-29

6th grade boys basketball #2 v St. Anne L 14-31

8th grade girls basketball #1 v St. Anne W 40-26

8th grade boys basketball #1 v St. Anne L 36-47

8th grade boys basketball #2 v St. Anne W 27-19

6th grade girls basketball #1 v St. Anne L 16-22

6th grade girls basketball #2 v St. Anne L 12-14

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.