Mr. Spencer’s phone message to Shiloh families on August 11, 2017:
Hello Shiloh families, this is Mr. Spencer with a few announcements. First, I want to thank all parents for attending our recent grade level nights. Thanks also to our teachers for their work in preparing for the events. Important information about the year was shared at these nights, so please be sure to contact your child's teacher if you were unable to attend.
Please note that students will walk themselves to their classrooms in the mornings beginning on Monday, August 14. Thank you for your support in fostering independence in our students.
Thursday August 17 will be an Early Release Day. Students will be dismissed at 11. Buses will run and lunches will be served. Please be sure to have afternoon plans in place for your children.
Students will not have school on Friday, August 18 as it is a Teacher Work Day.
Finally, Fall Pictures will be taken on Wednesday, August 23. All students will be photographed, as these will be our yearbook pictures.
Thank you again, and have a good night.
Shiloh families: Please remember that August 17 will be an Early Release Day. Students will not have school on August 18 as it is a Teacher Work Day. Fall pictures will be taken on August 23!
Shiloh families: We are pleased to inform you that our Media Center will be open for check-out on Tuesday afternoons from 2-5 PM! This will not happen on Tuesdays when there is no school or an Early Release. Thanks to Mrs. Klutz and parent volunteers for making this possible. We want to provide our students with time outside of the school day to check out books. Happy reading! #ShilohReads.
Parents, we are looking for volunteers to help checkout books after school on Tuesdays from 2:00-5:00 pm. You could stay all or part of the time. Please fill out this form if you are interested so we can contact you for details.
11:00 AM - 11:00 AM Early Release Day- Dismissal at 11 AM
In an effort to spread the message about Shiloh’s literacy program called #ShilohReads, Shiloh staff members have left the walls of the school! The first of several on-going visits to our school community this year began on Saturday, August 5. Mrs. Ladd, Mrs. Guzman and her two young children, and Mr. Spencer walked through the communities of Wincrest and Meriwether passing out #ShilohReads brochures and informing parents about our upcoming Grade Level Nights.
On Thursday, July 20 Shiloh opened its doors for the 101st time! Our school day began with our excited and cheerful staff members greeting hundreds of smiling students and parents. The Shiloh staff has worked very hard over the summer to prepare for our new group of students, and everything was in place. Shiloh’s front office staff members Mrs. Boone replied, “The first day of school was a smooth day!”