Hello Shiloh Families,
We are in need of your help with EOG prcotoring this year. You must be an approved volunteer. It's easy to sign up to be approved online at www.ucps.k12.nc.us
If you can help, please reach out to Mrs. Aldredge at 704-296-3035 or at email@example.com. You can also stop by the office anytime.
Here are the details:
May 15th and 16th (both days are preferred, but if you can only do 1 day, that's ok!) 7:30-11:00
Training after school or before school the week prior – I usually offer several sessions for this and it lasts about 10 minutes.
We feed you lunch on the 16th after you are finished with testingJ
Thank you for always supporting Shiloh!
Shiloh parents of rising (next year’s ) Kindergarten students: Welcome to Shiloh! We are very excited to have you join our school community. Please note that we have information posted on our website about the Kindergarten enrollment process. We will host school tours on February 12 and February 26 at 2:30 PM. Our Kindergarten Open House will take place on May 31 from 10-11 AM. Please contact the school’s office at 704-296-3035 for more information or to schedule a school tour if these dates and times will not work for your schedules. Again, welcome to Shiloh!
Shiloh families: Please note that Tuesday, January 22 will be a regular school day for us, while it is a Teacher Work Day for schools following the Traditional calendar.
If you plan to enroll your student for the 2019-20 school year, now is the time to start gathering the documents you will need to complete the registration process.
Shiloh community members: Please note that we are now on our winter break. After today, December 14, Shiloh's students will not return to school until Monday, January 7. We hope you are able to enjoy time with your family and friends over the coming break. Students, also be sure to make time for reading!
#UCPSGivesBack: Hurricane Florence book drive connects Shiloh Elementary and eastern North Carolina students
As a part of its Read A Palooza community event, Shiloh Elementary hosted a book drive to benefit schools affected by Hurricane Florence. Thanks to an outpouring of support from parents and students, faculty and community members, the school's book drive ultimately collected 3,000 books.