Parent Bulletin | May 16, 2016

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

  • Thursday, May 19 – new first graders testing, 8:15am, Fr. Esper Room
  • Friday, May 20 – no school for kinders, Kindergarten Conferences
  • Friday, May 20 – deadline to order office photos
  • Monday, May 23 – deadline to order lunches for June
  • Thursday, May 26 – 8th grade Bazaar
  • Friday, May 27 – deadline to register for fall sports
  • Tuesday, May 31 – 8th grade Awards
  • Wednesday, June 1 – 8th grade Graduation
  • Thursday, June 9 – half day, dismissal 12:15pm
  • Friday, June 10 – NO SCHOOL

 

THANK YOU to our outgoing PTG officers: Laurie and Mike MacMichael – President, Michelle and Mike DesMarais – Treasurer, and Heather and Matt Koziarz who served as Secretary. Your dedication, time and talent shared with our school is very much appreciated!

 

WELCOME to the 2016-2017 PTG! Allison and Pat Mayette – President, Colleen and Mike O’Brien – President-elect, Nikki and Brian New – Treasurer, Laura and Tim Kalil – Treasurer-elect, and Erin and Mike Marsh – Secretary. We are looking forward to working with you!

 

CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Pacifico, the cast and crew, and all of the many, many volunteers to who the Junior High’s production of Disney’s The Lion King, Jr. a HUGE success!

 

DO YOUR SPRING CLEANING while providing bedding and supplies to animals awaiting adoption. St. Hugo 8th grader, Jake Nader, will be collecting the following items to deliver to the Michigan Humane Society: blankets, sheets, towels, fabric table cloths, rugs, pillows, cushions, bandanas, pet bedding, pet toys. Items do not have to be new! Please bring your clean donations to the drop box in Room D8 May 17 – May 23. Thank you!

 

PARENTS OF 8TH GRADE STUDENTS: A supplemental Algebra I class will be offered by Mrs. Carol Leahy again this summer. The purpose of this class is to provide our eighth grade graduates an exposure to the remaining concepts of Algebra I (Solving Quadratic and Radical Equations). The class will begin on Monday, June 13, and continue on weekdays through Tuesday, June 21 from 9:30am until 12:00pm. For further information and for the registration form, please refer to the letter sent to parents of 8th grade students via Power School. If you have questions, please contact Carol Leahy by phone (248) 642-6131 or by email carol.leahy@sthugoschool.org.

 

THE ST. HUGO PARISH PICNIC is Sunday, May 22. The Education Commission is looking for 4-5 volunteers that can help prepare and serve food at the picnic. Adults or those students that need service hours would be needed from 12:00pm until 3:30pm. If you can help, please contact Allison Mayette, 248-425-3452 or adonn1926@aol.com by Wednesday, May 18.

 

REMEMBER, St. Hugo recycles ink cartridges! Your empty ink cartridges can be dropped off in the front office.

 

ATTENTION LATCH KEY FAMILIES: Please check student’s back packs for past/current bills. ALL balances in Latch Key must be paid by Friday, June 3, 2016. There will not be Latch Key after school on Thursday, June 9 (morning Latch Key only).

 

PLEASE KEEP CLIPPING those Box Tops! To date we have raised over $2,000 and we will continue collecting Box Tops through the end of the school year. When sending in your Box Tops please be certain to send them in a bag with your student’s name and homeroom so they get credit. We will begin the 2016-2017 school year with another contest!

 

THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER for Fall Sports is Friday, May 27. To date we do not have enough participants enrolled to field any teams. This is a hard deadline as notice must be sent to CYO so preparations can be made now for the fall. Any questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Mr. Tom Barrett.

 

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.

 

 

 

 

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.