No School – March 4th
There is no school on Friday, Marth 4th. We are hosting our annual Southern California Teacher’s conference that day.
Since we are hosting the Southern California Teacher’s conference, we are in charge of providing meals and snacks for the teachers. If you would be willing to help out with providing donations for food or drinks, please contact Anna Vogel. This is a great way to show appreciation for teachers and all that they do.
Our basketball season came to a close this past weekend at the CLHS basketball tournament. The boys took second place in the silver bracket, and the girls continued to play hard and improve. I would like to say a huge thank you to Anna Vogel for all of the time she spent wijth practices and games working with the students.
Uniforms can be washed and returned to school. We would love to have all of the uniforms turned in by the end of the week.
The end of the second trimester is on March 3rd which is just around the corner. Report cards will be sent home the following week.
Mrs. Ross Has a Call
Mrs. Ross has received a call to teacher 3rd grade in a school in Green Bay, WI. This means another school has asked her and her husband to teach and be principal at that school starting next school year. Please keep them in your prayers as they deliberate, and feel free to share your thoughts and feelings with her about her role as a teacher here at Shepherd of the Hills.
Shepherd of the Hills School is planning on hosting a Talent show for the students on the evening of March 31. Students will be able to display any type of talent and can involve their family members if they would like. In the coming weeks, we will put out a sign up for students who would like to participate. They will need to share what they will do and the estimated time frame.
Children’s Theater Field Trip
The K-5th grade classes have been invivted to Californiat Lutheran High School (Temecula) on March 18th to see their children’s theater production of Briar Rose. Teh students woudl leave in the morning and return in the afternoon. If students are unable to attend, they would have the day off from school. Students in grades 6-8 will still have class.
Keep an eye out for an e-mail with a permission form and survey to see who can help with driving.