News from the Hill - 11/10/22

Veteran

Dear Parents and Guardians:

We wish a Happy Veterans Day to our military both past and present. We thank them for their sacrifice, bravery, and service to our country. May God watch over and bless each one of them and their families. 

Today, we honored our grandparents and veterans with a drive by parade. All of our students lined up outside with banners, posters and flags wishing our grandparents and veterans a very special day. Students and faculty dressed down in Red, White, and Blue in honor of our military and our country. This has always been a fun and special day for our students and faculty.

My Grandmas Coffee Cakes

For those families who ordered coffee cakes, the order will arrive on Tuesday, November 22nd. Please be sure to pick up your order on that day, as there will be no school on the 23rd. There will be another opportunity to order coffee cakes before Christmas vacation. 

PTO Sponsored Holiday Raffle Fundraiser

The PTO will kick off its Holiday Raffle on November 17th. The grand prize is $2,500 and the second prize is an Apple IPAD. Proceeds to benefit the Excellence Fund and support cultural and enrichment programs. We are asking for all families to help sell tickets to make this fundraiser a huge success. The winning tickets will be announced on December 20th at our Christmas Concert.

Boston Children's Blood Mobile to visit St. Mary of the Hills

Save the date! The middle school Pints for Half Pints organization will host a blood drive at St. Mary of the Hills on Friday, December 9th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This student-driven organization not only organizes blood drives, but raises awareness of the importance of donating blood. Please consider signing up to donate blood on that day. More details regarding the blood drive will be sent out soon.

Dress Code

We respectfully ask parents to send their students to school in proper uniforms. This also includes proper shoes. Students are allowed to wear sneakers that are white, black, or blue; other colors are not allowed. Uggs are not to be worn to school unless it is a dress-down day. Please refer to our school handbook for further clarification. If you have any questions, please call the school office.

We wish you and your family a beautiful Veterans Day weekend. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me by phone, email, or come in to see me at school.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Suzanne Banach
Principal

School News