Shiloh Elementary School is now on Winter Intersession. The Shiloh Office will be open from 8AM-3PM on December 18 & 19. Please note that the Shiloh Office will be closed beginning December 20.
We will re-open on Tuesday, January 2nd. Our students return on January 8. Please feel free to leave us a message at 704-296-3035 if you’d like. Thank you.
Mr. Spencer’s phone message to Shiloh families on December 15, 2017:
Good evening Shiloh families, this is Mr. Spencer with a few announcements. First, thank you for all of your support during 2017. We have had a fantastic first half of this school year. After today, December 15, Shiloh students will not return to school again until Monday, January 8.
We are very fortunate to have the best staff, students, and parents around. We would not be the amazing school that we are without your support. Speaking of support, thank you for your recent donations to our food drive and our collection for the victims of the hurricane in Puerto Rico. Thank you also to parents for support our classroom activities and our groups this year such as Let Me Run, Girls on the Run, Battle of the Books, Chorus & Orff, and the list goes on and on. Thanks to our great PTA for always treating the staff so kindly. Thanks to our parent volunteers who come to read to our children and to volunteer their time in our classrooms.
I want to thank the UCPS Maintenance and Facilities Departments for helping to re-tile our school in the coming days. That’s right, all of Shiloh’s hallways will be re-tiled over this break. I speak for the school when I say thank you to UCPS for helping to make this big project take place.
And finally, thanks to the Shiloh staff. Our teachers and entire staff have worked so hard this year to help your children set goals for themselves in order to be the best readers and scholars that they can be. Each day, the Shiloh staff is dedicated to helping your children to grow as learners. However, we cannot do this alone. Please continue to set aside daily time for reading at home. By working together and making reading a daily habit, we know that your children will grow as readers. The upcoming break is a wonderful time for reading.
In closing, I encourage all of you to be familiar with the current proposals regarding the UCPS student realignment process. We have placed a link to a survey on the process that will be open for all UCPS parents through January 2. Please look over the maps and read about the process so that you will be informed of possible changes to our student assignment zone for next year.
I hope everyone is able to enjoy the upcoming break, and I look forward to seeing everyone back at Shiloh on Monday, January 8!
Thank you and have a good night.
Shiloh families: I encourage all of you to be aware of the UCPS Realignment process that is going on at this time. UCPS is looking for your feedback on the process. Please take a moment to provide your feedback on the draft options for the proposed UCPS realignment process. This survey period will run from Thursday, December 14 at 6:00 p.m. through Tuesday, January 2 at 11:59 p.m. To view the options or to learn more about the process, please visit www.ucps.k12.nc.us and click on Student Realignment Citizens Advisory Committee in the Quick Links Section. You may also use Let's Talk to provide additional feedback. The link is located on the UCPS website or you may click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/UCPSRealignmentDecember2017 Thank you.
Congratulations to Shiloh’s 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Melissa Simons for being chosen as a Top 20 Finalist for the UCPS Teacher of the Year! We are very proud to have her on staff here at Shiloh and to have her leadership on both her grade level and throughout the school. She now moves on to the next phase of the process which will identify the Top 10 UCPS Teachers of the Year . Congratulations again, Mrs. Simons, and good luck!
Shiloh families: Please remember that after Friday, December 15 our students will not return to school until Monday, January 8. We wish everyone a great break in advance!
Congratulations to Shiloh’s 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Melissa Simons for being chosen as a Top 20 finalist for the UCPS Teacher of the Year! We are very proud to have her on staff here at Shiloh. We are fortunate to have her leadership on both her grade level and throughout the school.
On Tuesday, November 28, 2017, all Shiloh fifth grade students attended the Fine Arts Day at Sun Valley High School. When we sat down in the auditorium, our fifth graders had tons of fun. It was a blast! It was a great learning experience because we got to see the high schoolers play their instruments
Students in Spanish immersion classes from Shiloh and Sun Valley Elementary School teamed up on Saturday, November 18 for a first-ever soccer tournament! Organized through the collaboration of parents, teachers, and administration from both schools, this event was surely a success! Our immersion families enjoyed the afternoon watching and playing soccer on Shiloh’s soccer field. It was also a great time for students and parents from both schools to get to know each other.