Parent Bulletin | January 25, 2016
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
- Thursday, January 28 – Pick up Little Caesar Pizza Kits, 12:00pm-4:00pm outside Fr. Esper Room
- Friday, January 29 – NO PM BUSSES!
- Friday, January 29 – Sweetheart Dance RSVP due
- January 30-31 – No homework weekend to kick off Catholic Schools Week
- Saturday, January 30 – Confirmation
- Sunday, January 31 – Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast after 8:00am and 10:00am Masses supporting IHM Retirement Fund
- Sunday, January 31 – Open House, 1:00pm-3:00pm
- January 31-February 5 – Catholic Schools Week, see attached schedule of activities
- Friday, February 5 – First annual PTG Sweetheart Dance
- Sunday, February 7 – Annual Scout Mass, 8:00am
- Friday, February 12 – Deadline to order March lunches
THE NEXT CLAY WORKSHOP is Thursday, January 28 and February 4 from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Students will wait in their grade’s bus room and then will be dismissed to the art room. Student pick-up is at 5:00pm from the art room. Please send a check made payable to Anna Bitzinger in the amount of $45.00. Open to grades 1-8. Kinders may attend if an older sibling is also signed up.
HUGO SWEETHEART DANCE is Friday, February 5 and is open to all grades. Reservations are due Friday, January 29. Space is limited. Contact Heather Koziarz, 248-894-0466, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN having a St. Hugo Open House yard sign in your yard, please stop by the front office to pick one up! Thank you!
BBFA is presenting: “Ferocious Love: Mothering Teenage Boys into Manhood” by Ted Braude on February 9, 10:00am at 7275 Wing Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills. The program is free and open to the public. There is no need to pre-register.
HUGO SCIENCE EXCHANGE is Friday, March 4. There is still time to register! Go to www.sthugoscience.com and send your check to the front office labeled “Science Exchange”. Visit the website for more information.
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 email@example.com with questions. A HUGE thank you to all of the wonderful moms that have helped so far: Sienna Dietz, Nancy Laurencelle, Jen VanNorwick, Raquel Orow, Michelle Mojare, Lori Ervin, Indigo Stewart, Laura Kalil, Maria Scott, Allison Mayette, Gina Thomas, Kelly Priebe, Janet Rivard, Ann Lazar, Aubree Thomasian, Nadia Simon, Michelle Royer, Stephanie Hanan, Erin Marsh, Faye Burke, Watcharee Chaiyasate, Cindy Hermann, Deann Siefert, Inam Denha, Michelle Kloss, Rana Jazrawi, Ginna Segura, Amy Boniface, Dena Grabowski, Gina Rook, Lisa Ronzi, Stephanie Fanning, Kenda Saba, Nikki Dore, Mada Jamil, Ann Bartoli, Mary Beth Dixon, Mary Wenzel, Rita Shammami, Stacy Tuohy, Rochelle Denipoti, and Martha Carter.
DUE TO NO PM BUSSES ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 dismissal will be as follows: 3:25pm walkers and carpool families, 3:35pm bus families.
ATTENTION CHESS CLUB PARTICIPANTS! Pick up for Chess Club is from the Art Room. We encourage you to park in the back parking lot and use the sidewalk along Opdyke Road. Please remain in the Art Room until Chess Club has been dismissed. Thank you!
AS WE KICK OFF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK on Sunday, January 31 just a reminder that Sunday is our Open House for prospective families from 1:15pm-3:00pm. All students are asked to attend one of the weekend Masses at their local parish in their St. Hugo uniform. Students who attend a Mass in uniform will be allowed to wear jeans and a St. Hugo logoed shirt (Fun Run t-shirt, Field Day t-shirt, team jersey or St. Hugo sweatshirt) on Monday, February 1. We also ask that you attend the Boy Scout pancake breakfast after the 8:00am and 10:00am Masses to support the IHM Retirement Fund.
Vikings Basketball Box Scores, January 23, 2016
|6th grade girls #2 18 vs St. Clement 8 W||8th grade boys #1 32 vs St. Mary MC 27 W|
|6th grade girls #1 24 vs St. Mary MC 15 W||8th grade boys #2 33 vs St. Mary MC 16 W|
|8th grade girls 26 vs St. Mary MC 16 W||6th grade boys #1 19 vs St. Mary MC 9 W|
|6th grade boys #2 26 vs St. Mary MC 14 W|
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.