School Safety  School safety is critically important to our entire faculty and staff.  This year we are in the process of becoming a Heart Safe School.  All staff members were CPR trained before the start of the school year.  On Thursday, September 14th, we will have a school wide safety day, where all 7th and 8th grade students will receive CPR training during science class.  We will also go over all of the required safety drills for the entire student body.  We have a great relationship with the local police and fire department, led by our liaison Officer Chris Furlong.  Please do your part at arrival and dismissal to patiently enter and exit the school.  Whenever you enter the building be sure to come directly to the office for a visitor’s badge.


Kindergarten Readiness  We are so excited to have started the Kindergarten Readiness program today.  Mrs. Przygocki, Mrs. Seneker, and Mrs. Gulvezan have worked diligently to make sure everything is ready for this new program.  The Fr. Esper room looks like a warm and welcoming environment for our new students to flourish.





Meet the Faculty Night  We had our first Meet Faculty Night last Wednesday.  It was an informative evening with our middle school families.  We have our K-5 Meet the Faculty Night this Wednesday.  We look forward to meeting with you in the gym starting at 7:00pm.

Mass on Sunday  Fr. Tony and Fr. Tim are both immensely supportive of our school.  I would encourage all of the school families to attend Mass at St. Hugo every Saturday or Sunday.  Fr. Tony’s homily this past week was about two students who were eight and ten.  The homily articulated “Where is God?” in the lives of the two students.  The school is very grateful for the support of our parish!

CYO  Just a reminder that the winter sports final sign up date is next Wednesday, September 13th.  We welcome all participants to our basketball program that would like to play.  Please consider signing your student up to participate.

Busing:  Today began student busing.  Usually, the first week is the most difficult.  Please contact Bloomfield Hills Transportation office at 248-341-6290 if you experience problems beyond this initial week.



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