MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
- Tuesday, June 7 – Spring Book Sale, 8:00am-11:00am, gym
- Wednesday, June 8 – Field Day, 1:00pm dismissal with busses, Latch Key available from 1:00pm-6:00pm
- Thursday, June 9 – All School Mass, dismissal 12:15pm, AM Latch Key only
- Friday, June 10 – NO SCHOOL
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ST. HUGO CLASS OF 2016! We wish them continued success and we will miss them. A special congratulations to the following award recipients: Tess Mervenne – Judy Martinek Award, Michael Albano – Tom Anzick Award, Evan Wells – Anthony Montagano Award, Brady Henry and Kanzi Aziz – Jason T. Hemak Award, Lauren McFarland – 8th Grade Teacher Award., and Sean Meehan – Jeffrey Ureel Award.
ATTENTION LATCH KEY FAMILIES: If your student attended Latch Key last week or will be coming to Latch Key this week please check with Mrs. Gulvezan for an updated balance.
A VARIETY OF SCHOOL DESKS (K-8) are available for $10 each. Contact the front office to reserve. The desks will be available for pick up on Tuesday, June 7 at the Spring Book Sale.
OUR SPRING BOOK SALE will be held on Tuesday, June 7 in the gym from 8:00am-11:00am. Student in grades 4-8 will have their hard cover books reviewed and approved by their teachers to sell. Students that will be entering grades 4-8 in the fall will have the opportunity to purchase hard cover books and gently used uniform jumpers and skirts ONLY. Books not available at the spring book sale can be purchased at Orientation on August 25 along with gym uniforms and other school supplies.
THE LAST ALL SCHOOL MASS for the 2015-2016 school year is Thursday, June 9 at 8:30am. The 5th grade choir will be singing.
ATTENTION 7TH GRADERS! We will be offering a summer session on “How to Take a High School Placement Test.” The course will cover the do’s and don’ts of test taking. In addition, the course provides study materials which may be used over the summer in preparation for the fall test. The course runs seven days, starting Monday, June 13 and ending Tuesday, June 21. We will meet from 8:00am-10:00am daily. Students attending the summer course are welcome to sit in on the fall course at no extra charge. The tuition fee is $225 payable by check made out to cash. Registration is due by June 9 to Mrs. Budiongan, D9. Contact Mrs. Budiongan, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.
LOOKING FOR A FUN WAY to get involved at St. Hugo next year? Well, we might have the perfect fit for you! The PTG is looking for people to chair or shadow the current chairs of the following committees: Fun Run, Hospitality, Restaurant Night, and Piston’s Night. If you are interested please contact Allison Mayette for more information (248)425-3452 or email@example.com. Joining a committee is a great way to get involved at school, meet people, and play an active role in your child’s school life. Thank you for your consideration!
SAVE THE DATE: Thursday evenings from September 29-November 3 Kathy Rheaume will conduct 7 “Love and Logic” sessions for parents. The sessions help parents learn a loving, balanced approach to parenting that is neither permissive nor punitive. It shows parents how to discipline kids without losing their love and respect. It helps children develop personal responsibility, self-control and learn good decision making skills. The focus is on nurturing long term relationships and reinforcing good character. We hope to see you there!
- HUGO HAS PARTNERED WITH the River Rouge School District to provide gently used blouses, boys pants, and boys dress shirts to those in need. Please drop your donations outside the front office by June 7. NO LOGOED ITEMS!
THE FOLLOWING ST. HUGO TEACHERS are available for summer tutoring: Mrs. Marlia Budiongan (grades 5-8), Mrs. Kara Herman (grades 2-4, any subject), Mrs. Kathy Kowalewski (reading or math), Miss Danielle Cowper (reading or math), Mrs. Carol Leahy (math or English beginning mid-July), Mrs. Denise Carlson (K-4), and Miss Megan Fleischer (K-4).
A ST. HUGO MOM will be involved at Vista Maria this summer. Vista Maria will be having a prom for these girls on June 23 and are looking for any donations (dresses, shoes, jewelry, purses, etc.) to help the girls look and feel their best. Volunteers will be on hand to assist with hair and makeup. Please consider making a donation now through Thursday, June 9 in the box located outside the front office. Thank you!
WE ARE STILL collecting box tops through Thursday, June 9!
A BIG THANK YOU FROM THE ZWOLINSKI FAMILY: “We wanted to say thank you to all the families who provided us with delicious meals this year. As many of you know, Melissa’s Grandma was diagnosed with cancer as well just before school started. Each meal was such a blessing to us. There are not enough words to express how touched we are. Many of you donated multiple times, which was so amazing. Melissa’s Grandma went to Heaven on May 13. We thank you for all your prayers and your support during this difficult time for our family. M\y battle with cancer goes on, and your continued prayers are greatly appreciated. For all these families, and these wonderful cooks, we are truly grateful: Magdalena Balan, Ann Bartoli, Amy Boniface, Martha Carter, Bianca Curioca, Inam Denha, Rochelle Denipoti, Sienna Dietz, Mary Beth Dixon, Nikki Dore, Lori Ervin, Gina Giglio, Dena Grabowski, Rosalia Jasper, Nancy Laurencelle, Ann Lazar, Stacy Madany, Erin Marsh, Allison Mayette, Nancy Montales, Yasmine Najor, Jennifer Nykerk, Colleen O’Brien, Kelley Priebe, Janet Rivard, Gina Rook, Reta Shammami, Rachel Smidt, Indigo Stewart, Gina Thomas, Suzanne Tosto, Stacey Tuohy, Anne Vachon, Jennifer VanNorwick, Elena Vitello, Mary Wenzel, and Cathy Winowiecki.”
JOIN LIFESPAN for a trip to Comerica Park to see the Detroit Tigers vs. the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday, July 19. More details can be found by calling 248-816-1546 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HAVE A PEACEFUL, RELAXING SUMMER!
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.