Announcements

  • Mr. Spencer’s phone message to Shiloh families on 3/21/17:

    Good evening Shiloh families, this is Mr. Spencer with a few announcements. First, please remember that tomorrow, March 22, will be our final Early Release Day of the year. Students will be dismissed at 11. Buses will run and lunches will be served. Please have transportation and dismissal plans in place for your children. Thank you for your cooperation with our Early Release Days this year, as they allow our teachers to participate in important staff development.

    The Spring Book Fair is now open! It will run from March 21-March 30. Please check our website or contact the school for the Book Fair hours. Thanks in advance for supporting the Book Fair! Our final MASH movie night of the year will take place this Friday, March 24. We'll show the movie Sing starting at 6:30 in the gym. The doors will open at 6. Admission is free, and snacks will be for sale in the cafeteria.

    Tuesday, March 28 will be a PTA night at the Indian Trail Chick-fil-a from 4-8 PM. Hope to see you there!

    Report cards will go home with students on Wednesday, March 29.

    Our 4th grade performance will take place on Thursday, March 30 in the gym starting at 7 PM.

    And lastly, our 2-week spring break will begin on April 1 and end on April 16. That means that after school on Friday, March 31, students at Shiloh do not return to school until Monday, April 17. Thank you and have a good night.

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  • Shiloh families: Please remember that tomorrow (3/22) will be an Early Release Day for all UCPS schools. Shiloh students will be dismissed at 11 AM. Please have transportation plans in place for your children. Buses will run and lunches will be served. Thank you for your cooperation on our Early Release Days this year. This will be the last one of the year. These days allow our teachers to engage in important staff development.

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  • Shiloh families- the Spring Book Fair has arrived! The Book Fair will be open from March 21-30. The hours will be as follows: March 21- open until 2 PM. March 22: Open until 11 AM. March 23-24: Open until 2 PM. March 27-29: Open until 5 PM. March 30: Open until 7 PM. Students will have opportunities to visit the Book Fair during the school day. Thanks in advance for supporting our Book Fair!

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  • Attention Shiloh Parent Volunteers!
    Shiloh is in need of parent proctors for EOG testing in May. Proctors help teachers monitor the classroom during testing to ensure students are marking in their test book and on thier answer sheet correctly. A 10 minute training will be provided in advance.
    We need proctors on May 23rd and 24th from 7:30-11:00 for our 3rd, 4th and 5th grade classrooms. You must be an approved volunteer! We would prefer you to volunteer for both days, but if you can only do one day, we will be happy to have you!
    Please contact Mrs. Aldredge or Mrs. McGinniss at 704-296-3035 or via email with any questions or to sign up to volunteer.
    Thank you to all of those who have volunteered in the past and those who will this year! It means a lot to our teachers and students!

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  • Congratulations to Shiloh’s Art teacher Mrs. Kristen Baucom for winning an Arts in the Schools grant from the Union County Community Arts Council!

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Featured Stories

  • 2nd Grade Goes to Wingate U

    Second graders enjoyed watching stories written by first through fourth graders from different parts of the United States. The group Story Pirates presented the stories through acting, singing, and music.

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  • Change For A Change

    The third graders at Shiloh Elementary became invested in providing clean water for children in Africa in March. After skyping with Mr. James Wilde, CEO and founder of Global H20 all the way from Uganda, the children researched the clean water crisis that plagues so many across the globe. They were especially dismayed to find out that water-related diseases are responsible for millions of deaths a year worldwide, most of them women and children. So the students decided to take action.

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  • Conservation Caper

    Students at Shiloh Elementary enjoyed watching “The Conservation Caper,” a show about green living and saving energy. Duke Energy provided this energy conservation program by bringing Kali McMillian and Evan Jackson from The National Theatre for Children to Shiloh.

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