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  • Mr. Spencer’s phone message to Shiloh families on 8/17/18:

    Hello Shiloh families, this is Mr. Spencer with a few announcements. First, I want to thank you for your support of our Read-A-Thon! At the time of this message, Shiloh has raised over $7,000 for our Read-A-Thon after only 5 days! This is fantastic! Remember that for the Read-A-Thon, students are reading for 10 school days for 10-30 minutes daily, as determined by their grade levels. The money raised will help us to put more books in the hands of students in all grades, support tutors, provide enrichment sessions offered during our breaks, and provide overall support to each homeroom teacher. While sending donations is optional, all students will participate in the reading portion of the fundraiser. The fundraiser will end on August 28, and we are hoping to reach our school goal of $20,000. Thank you again for being such a supportive school community.

    The Girl Scouts will hold informational meetings for parents on Tuesday, August 21 at 6:30 PM at Shiloh.

    Please note that Progress Reports will be sent home on Wednesday, August 22.

    Thursday, August 23 will be an Early Release Day. Students will be dismissed at 11. Buses will run and lunches will be served. Please have afternoon transportation plans in place for your children.

    Students will not have school on Friday, August 24 as it is a Teacher Work Day.

    Finally, the Boy Scouts will hold informational rallies for students during the day on Monday, August 27 and the parent informational sessions will be held on Tuesday, August 28 at 6:30 at Shiloh.


    Thank you again, and have a good night.

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  • Shiloh families: Please note that Lifetouch will return on October 23 for picture re-takes in case your child was absent from school today. Pictures can be purchased on-line through Lifetouch. Also, please note that our first Early Dismissal Day of the year will take place on Thursday, August 23. Students will be dismissed at 11 AM. Lunches will be served and buses will run. Please have afternoon dismissal plans in place for your children. Finally, students will not attend school on Friday, August 24 as it is a Teacher Work Day. Thank you.

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  • Shiloh families- Our Read-A-Thon has officially begun! We are working hard to support literacy at Shiloh and we thank you for your support of this literacy-based fundraiser. Students who bring in donations of $10-$50 will receive prizes at the school. Other prizes can be claimed through the Read-A-Thon website depending on the amount raised. For the fundraiser, our students will read each day for 10 days for up to 30 minutes, depending on the grade level. This will last through August 28. Each student has been given informational flyers to bring home to parents. The money raised will help us to put more books in the hands of students in all grades, support tutors, provide enrichment sessions offered during our breaks, and provide overall support to each homeroom teacher. While sending donations is optional, all students will participate in the reading portion of the fundraiser. The next time you visit our school, you will see our goal board in the main foyer that shows the current amount earned for the school. If you have any questions about the fundraiser, please contact the school. Thank you again for supporting our Read-A-thon! #ShilohNation

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  • Shiloh families- Our Read-A-Thon has officially begun! We are working hard to support literacy at Shiloh and we thank you for your support of this literacy-based fundraiser. Students who bring in donations of $10-$50 will receive prizes at the school. Other prizes can be claimed through the Read-A-Thon website depending on the amount raised. For the fundraiser, our students will read each day for 10 days for up to 30 minutes, depending on the grade level. This will last through August 28. Each student has been given informational flyers to bring home to parents. The money raised will help us to put more books in the hands of students in all grades, support tutors, provide enrichment sessions offered during our breaks, and provide overall support to each homeroom teacher. While sending donations is optional, all students will participate in the reading portion of the fundraiser. The next time you visit our school, you will see our goal board in the main foyer that shows the current amount earned for the school. If you have any questions about the fundraiser, please contact the school. Thank you again for supporting our Read-A-thon!

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  • Shiloh’s Read-A-Thon fundraiser will begin August 14 and go until August 28!

    We are raising money for our school to support our literacy efforts. We want to put books in the hands of our students, and also have available funds to pay for support personnel who can work with our students to improve their literacy skills. Additionally, we would like to be able to provide incentives and rewards for students who meet their personal goals for reading. As we tell our students, "The more you read, the more you'll know!" Information is being sent home with students on August 10 and August 13 to further explain the fundraiser. Please contact us for any questions. Thank you!

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  • Shiloh’s Read-A-Thon is in full swing!

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  • Please welcome Deborah Sharp to Shiloh!

    Hello! My name is Deborah Sharp and I am excited about joining Shiloh this year. I am originally from the mountains of Western North Carolina where I started my career in education over 20 years ago.

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  • Shiloh welcomes our new families!

    On Tuesday, August 7, Mr. Spencer, Mrs. Aldredge, and Mrs. McGinniss welcomed a group of new parents to Shiloh. Parents who are new to the school were invited to come in and learn more information about our great school.

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