Parent Bulletin | October 3, 2016
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
- October 3 – October 18 – IOWA Testing, please do not schedule appointments
- Monday, October 3 – No bus service
- Thursday, October 6 – 10:00am BBFA presents a free event Encouraging Kids to Set Goals & Take Responsibility for Their Actions, Booth/Doyle Center – 7275 Wing Lake Road
- Monday, October 10 – Deadline to register for fall sports, forms distributed to students in grades 5-8 and are available on the website
- Wednesday, October 12 – No bus service
- Friday, October 14 – Picture retake day
- Friday, October 14 – deadline to order November lunches
THERE ARE SEVERAL SPOTS still available for the clay class that starts this Thursday, October 6 until 4:45pm. The second class is the following Thursday, October 13. Clay is an excellent way to improve dexterity and strengthen large and fine motor skills. If your child is interested, email Ms. Bitzinger, firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a check made payable to Anna Bitzinger in the amount of $45.
PISTONS NIGHT FUNDRAISER! On Thursday students attended an all-school assembly presented by a crew from the Detroit Pistons. Our students listened to wonderful messages about healthy eating and being kind to one another, watched the antics of the Pistons mascot, Hooper, and they enjoyed a student vs teacher shootout. Folders with ticket sale information to the November 19 game against the Boston Celtics were sent home with each student. $5 from the sale of each ticket sold will be donated back to St. Hugo. All orders are due to the office by October 8. Tickets are unlimited so gather all of your Pistons friends to enjoy a basketball game and support our school! Thank you to Andrea Mychalowych for organizing the assembly and this fundraiser!
THE LADIES OF THE ST. HUGO ALTAR GUILD invite you for an evening of dining, boutique shopping, raffles and socializing at their Starry Night at the Razzle Dazzle Club. The event takes place on Wednesday, October 19 from 6:00pm-9:00pm at Oakland Hills Country Club.
THE MOM2MOM SALE will be November 19 from 8:00am-12:30pm. Tables are available to sell gently used children’s clothing and toys. For more information on selling please email email@example.com
8th GRADE STUDENT COUNCIL Great job to all of the students that ran for Student Council. Congrats to the new President-Izabel Kruse, Vice President-Peter Burg, Secretary-Elijah Venos and Treasurer-Angeli Fandino. Thank you to Mrs. Kurn for all her efforts in running a well-organized election.
PISTONS VISIT Members of the Pistons organization came to visit on Thursday. They had an excellent message for our students: eat healthy and treat one another well. I hope that I see students eating well in the cafeteria. I also hope students remember the story the Pistons discussed. The story illustrated how important it is to help one another and never put down another student. Remember that “as followers of Jesus, it must be different with us.” We need to truly live that in the way we treat each other and stand up to any student that we see is not treated well.
FUN RUN SUCCESS Thank you to all of the parents that donated both items and money to Christ Child House. The items and money will help many neglected boys and girls. The items were literally overflowing the bins we had set up, so thank you for your generosity!
IOWA TESTING Iowa Testing has begun in grades 1-7. Please encourage your students to do their very best on this test and make sure they are well prepared for school.
HUGO VIKING BOX SCORES (weekend of Oct 1-2):
|8th gr #1 volleyball v Our Lady of Refuge||W|
|8th gr #2 volleyball v Our Lady of Refuge||L|
|8th gr #1 girls soccer v St. Mary||W|
|6th gr #2 girls soccer v St. Mary||W|
|8th gr #2 girls soccer v St. Claire||W|
|6th gr #1 boys soccer v St. Pat’s-Walled Lake||L|
|8th gr #1 boys soccer v St. Pat’s-Walled Lake||T|
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.