Parent Bulletin|March 21, 2016

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

  • Tuesday, March 22 – non-uniform day for each student donating $1, proceeds off-set 6th grade musical costumes and props
  • Wednesday, March 23 – deadline to order lunches for April
  • Thursday, March 24 – Friday, April 1 – Easter Vacation
  • Monday, April 4 – Friday, April 8 – NO BUS SERVICE, see below for alternate dismissal times
  • Friday, April 8 – Sunday, April 10 – Computer recycling
  • Friday, April 15 – raffle early bird drawing
  • Friday, April 15 – non-uniform day for selling all raffle tickets or making $300 donation
  • Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24 – First Communion
  • Friday, May 6 – raffle drawing

 

NO BUS SERVICE MONDAY, APRIL 4 – FRIDAY, APRIL 8! Dismissal this week for carpool and walkers will be 3:25pm. Bus families will be dismissed at 3:35pm.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT POWER SCHOOL: Due to the end of the 3rd quarter, parents and students will not have access to Power School Wednesday, March 16 – Wednesday, April 6. Power School access will reopen on Wednesday, April 6 after 4:00pm. Parents will be able to view report cards via Power School on Wednesday, April 6 after 4:00pm. Paper report cards will be sent home on Wednesday, April 6 for K-2 students.

 

RAFFLE TICKETS will be sent home after Easter break with the youngest student in each family. The early bird drawing is Friday, April 15 and the raffle drawing is on Friday, May 6. Thank you for your support! Sell your quota, or more, of raffle tickets or make a $300 contribution by April 15 to earn April 15 as a non-uniform day.

 

THANK YOU to all that have their Kroger Rewards card registered for St. Hugo. For the last reward period we earned $590!

 

MARCH IS READING MONTH! Any student, during the month of March, who visits their public library will receive a small prize when they bring their public library book receipt to Mrs. Braet or Mrs. Balcer. Students can earn multiple small prizes if multiple visits are made to their public library. Please note: one prize per a weekly public library visit. Students must be able to voice what books they checked out at their public library to Mrs. Braet or Mrs. Balcer when claiming their prize.

 

LOST AND FOUND, located in the cafeteria, is overflowing! Any items not claimed by Wednesday, March 23 will be donated to the Ladies of Charity. A pair of glasses, a bracelet, and a ladies black wrap were left behind at the Auction and two Fit Bits were found in the school; these items can be claimed by contacting the front office.

 

DIVINE MERCY, a documentary on the original image of the divine mercy depicted by St. Faustina, will be shown at The Maple Theatre on Monday, April 4 at 7:00pm. Admission is $20. For more information contact Antonia Kassab at antoniakassab@yahoo.com.

 

  1. HUGO ALUMNA SYDNEY STILL, the Marian High School field hockey coaches and players are hosting an Introduction to Field Hockey clinic for girls in grades 6-8 on April 24, May 1, May 15, and May 22 from 12:00pm-1:30pm. The $25 participation fee will be donated to the IHM. Flyers have been distributed to girls in grades 6-8. For more information contact Sydney Still, syd.still6@gmail.com.

 

COMPUTER RECYCLING will take place Friday, April 8 – Sunday, April 10 from 8:30am-5:00pm each day. During your “spring cleaning” please gather old computers, printers, and other electronic equipment and get them ready to recycle. Please, no CRT monitors or TV’s due to mercury gas. Recycling will take place at the maintenance garage which is adjacent to the Ladies of Charity.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO:

  • James Rivard for placing 3rd in the 50 yard backstroke at the Michigan State Championship swim meet. James swam the event in 29.34 seconds, a personal best!
  • The 4th graders as they raised $244 with their Alms Raffle!

 

FAITH @ WORK CATHOLIC BOOKS & GIFTS is looking for some help with their 13th annual Easter egg drop. Holy Saturday night, volunteers will quietly cover lawns to surprise children and parents of families in need with dozens and dozens of stuffed plastic eggs. Please consider stuffing a dozen plastic eggs with stickers, candy, small toys, coins, or Chuck E Cheese tokens – there does not need to be much in each egg since dozens and dozens will be delivered. Please pack each egg with a simple prayer for the child that will be opening it up. Eggs need to be delivered to Faith @ Work (1977 E. Wattles, Troy) by Tuesday, March 22. Contact Faith @ Work, 248-250-9216, with questions.

 

LOOKING FOR SUMMER ACTIVITIES?

  • The Cranbrook Soccer-Futbol Academy is accepting registration for their co-ed program for children ages 5-10. The session runs June 20-24 from 9:00am-11:00am, is held on the Cranbrook boys Middle School fields and is $150 per child. For more information go to

www.schools.cranbrook.edu/page/camps–public-programs/sports-camps/soccer.

  • De La Salle High School is offering many academic and athletic summer camps for girls and boys. Flyers are available in the front office or go to delasallehs.com and follow the link to Summer Camps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.