Ram's Horn
January 5, 2018

Chapel Offerings    
As a school community, we would like to help out the family of the fallen Douglas County deputy, Zackari Parrish. We will be collecting offering at Chapel on Wednesday, January 10, to donate. If you would like to donate, please send cash or a check made out to Shepherd of the Hills with your child on Wednesday morning. Thank you!
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.
Electronic Recycling      
Shepherd has arranged with Goodwill to pick up (at no cost) all of our electronics that are not being used. The catch is that we have to have 500 pounds of electronics. This is where you can help. Take a look around your home and see if you have any old computers, printers, monitors, tablets, etc. that could be recycled (please no CRT monitors or TVs). Bring your items to the office during the week between 8:00 am-4:00 pm by Thursday, January 18. We cannot accept any items after January 18. 
LuHi Open House  
Lutheran High School's January Open House will take place on  Thursday, January 18, from  6:30-8:00 pm.
  
Faculty representatives, coaches, parents, and current students will be available to answer your questions and provide information pertaining to LuHi's departments and programs. Click HERE  to see the evening's schedule and to RSVP.
Thank You!  
Dearest Shepherd Families, thank you so much for your generous and thoughtful Christmas gifts. It is an honor and delight to work with your kiddos. I have the best job ever! May the new year bring you closer as a family and closer to our Lord and Savior!   ~ Jack Lipski, School Counselor
Valentine's Parents Night Out   
Sunday, February 11, 4:00-8:00 pm. 
Watch the next newsletter for a sign up link!
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.

Special BONUS POINTS are available for receipts dated November 16 through January 15. Click HERE to see the available BONUS POINTS.
Annual Auction   
Mark your calendars - 
Friday, March 2, 2018
Jack's Corner
QUESTION: 
My son is 12, and I am torn by conflicting feelings of wanting to "mother" him and wanting to help him stand on his own two feet.  Help!
 
ANSWER: 
These feelings probably have more to do with your issues than your son's.  Unfortunately, he will have to bear the consequences of your choices in this area.  Often (not always) fathers are better at...