Parent Bulletin | May 8, 2017

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

* Monday, May 8 – PreK Round Up, 10:00am, Library

* Tuesday, May 9 – Healing Mass, 11:00am

* Friday, May 12 – St. Hugo raffle Grand Prize Drawing

* Friday, May 12 – Deadline to order June lunches

* May 12-13 – Junior High Musical “Alice in Wonderland, Jr.”, 7:00pm, Gym

* Thursday, May 25 – deadline to register for fall CYO sports

CONGRATULATIONS TO last week’s T.R.A.C.K. winner Maria Abro! Maria was observed by Mrs. Stacer in the classroom being helpful. Keep up the good work Maria!

THANK YOU TO all who helped make our Special Person’s Masses so special: Mrs. Mayette, Mrs. Najor, Mrs. Lazar, Mrs. Zidar, Mrs. Mychalowych, Mrs. Curioca, Mrs. MacMichael, Mrs. O’Brien, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Klein, Mrs. Giglio, and Mrs. Jacob.

THIS WEEK’S PARKING LOT DUTY: Monday – Higgins, Hogan, Hyde Tuesday – Garcia, Geisz, Gieselman Wednesday – Gladding-Klein, Gorcyca, Gumma Thursday – Hajjar, Hannan, Harris Friday – Herman, Herstein, Hierligy. Thank you to all families that cover their parking lot duty assignment!

ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN for St. Hugo’s Annual Summer Music Camp. Please complete the attached enrollment form and return to Mr. Pacifico.

REGISTRATION FOR FALL CYO SPORTS is now underway. Please note the deadline of May 26. If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please contact Mr. Tom Barrett, Athletic Director.

USED UNIFORM SALE will be held on Wednesday, June 7 from 8:00am-9:00am outside the front office. Please bring your clean, gently used uniform skirts, jumpers, sweaters and fleece jackets to the office on Tuesday, June 6 (no early drop offs). Proceeds from the sale of gently used uniforms will be donated to the Tuition Angels fund. We will be accepting blouses, boy’s shirts (or button down) or boy’s pants. Any uniforms not sold will be donated to a school in Pontiac. We will NOT be accepting gym uniforms (including sweat pants/sweat shirts) or boy’s polo shirts.

WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT St. Hugo has been declared an Evergreen School by Oakland County. Thank you to all who help us conserve and preserve our environment!

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT UPDATE: As of this morning, we have the following numbers for fall sports – Varsity Football -1, Jv Football – 0, Varsity Boys soccer – 0, Varsity Girls soccer – 0, JV Girls Volleyball – 0, Varsity Volleyball – 2, JV Girls Soccer – 2 (5th), 1 (6th), JV Boys Soccer – 0 (5th),3 (6th). As of week one there are not enough athletes to register any teams with CYO for fall.

MRS. BRAET IS LOOKING FOR gently used children’s board games and or card games for the library. These games will be used as part of the end of the year library activities as well as future activities and centers in the library. If you would like to donate board games to the library please send them in to Mrs. Braet.

THE ART DEPARTMENT would like to congratulate the following students for their participation in the Student Art Town exhibit at the Birmingham Community House this past Saturday: Madison Gorcyca, Meghan Bluethmann, Rita Hajjar, Ella Spender, Lauren St. Andre and Maria VanDieren. Maria’s found object sculpture won 3rd place in the Middle School division. Great job, everyone!

KEEP SELLING THOSE RAFFLE TICKETS! The Grand Prize Drawing is this Friday, May 12!

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER

THANK YOU TO THE BLUETHMANN FAMILY as Senior Master Lieutenant Bluethmann spoke with his niece Megan’s second grade class. Students learned about what it is like to serve for our country. The students really enjoyed his presentation!

MRS. BARTOLI and some of her students from Project Team went in and read books about positive ways to treat one another. The students really enjoyed hearing about this positive message. Project Team and Mrs. Bartoli have a very positive impact on our students!

CYO ATHLETICS are an important part of Catholic Schools. Please be sure to sign up for CYO Athletics for the fall. We are also considering adding cheerleading this fall. Please email Mrs. Bridget Smith at bridgetdevlinsmith@gmail.com if you are interested in joining the cheerleading team.

THIS PAST WEEK we met with the future kindergarten and kindergarten readiness families. The meetings went very well with both the parents and students. The future of St. Hugo of the Hills is bright and we are looking forward to seeing them again next year!

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.