A Letter From Principal Vincler
As we enter this Easter season, I’d like to celebrate the teachers at St. Hugo School, who have quickly adapted to remote teaching during this time. With very little notice and not much time to prepare, the teachers have taken on this challenge with innovation and professionalism. Teachers have continued teaching and connecting with students through the use of technology in many different formats. Teachers are video-recording lessons, using educational apps, and conducting Zoom conferences to connect with students to ensure their Catholic education continues. The dedication and adaptability of our teachers shows their commitment and love for the students of St. Hugo. I am always humbled and proud to be the principal of St. Hugo, but in these challenging times, I’m even more aware of the exceptional teachers and staff of St. Hugo. I hope all the students of St. Hugo School know that we are looking forward to seeing them soon and may God Bless the entire St. Hugo Community this Easter!
Principal Joseph Vincler
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