Ram's Horn
December 15, 2017

Scrip Stocking Stuffers
This month only, we will carry a limited inventory of $5 Starbucks cards and $10 Target cards for the holiday season. Sounds like a great stocking stuffer! 
BASE CAMP ...... NEED TO KNOW!
  • School will be dismissed early on Wednesday, December 20, at 11:30 am. Base Camp is not available Wednesday, December 20
  • Base Camp will be closed over Christmas Break.
  • Does anyone have a couple of comfy chairs or a love seat that you no longer want? We would love to take them off your hands to use for the older kids in the base camp room.
Annual Auction   
Mark your calendars - Friday, March 2, 2018
While you are out and about during the next few weeks, you may have the opportunity to collect items for our auction. Forms to help you do this went home with students last week. In case those forms didn't make it home, click HERE to download those forms. 
Literacy and Science Event   
Join us on  Thursday, January 11, for Snowmen at Night Literacy and Science Event!! We will have art projects, teacher readings, snacks, and a science experiment. Preschool event will be 11:30 am-1:15 pm. Day school (K-Eighth) event will be from 3:30-4:30 pm.
Street Smart at SouthGlenn   
It's easy to help our school earn $250 to $2500. Just shop and log receipts from any of The Streets at SouthGlenn stores and restaurants between August 15, 2017 and April 30, 2018. Our school earns five points per dollar spent, with many additional bonus points opportunities. Receipts can be logged at the Retail/Residential Management Office or dropped in the collection box in the Concierge Lobby if you do not need them returned. Remember to tell your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to log their receipts. Anyone can support your school in the Street Smarts program. Questions? Contact Audrey Monson, AMonson@sothfamily.org.

Parents Night Out!   
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Parents Night Out! We had a great time. Look for the next one on February 11!
Jack's Corner
QUESTION:  
Do you have any suggestions about how to talk to my middle school daughter about sexual harassment, especially now that it's so prevalent in the news?

ANSWER:   
I would start by selecting a good time that is free of distractions where both parents (if possible) can present a united front.  It might sound something like this: