• Students are invited to participate in after-school clubs. Teachers volunteer to sponsor clubs of interest to students. The goal is learning and fun! Students can interact socially while they engage in organized activities in a safe and positive atmosphere. Parents must provide transportation if students choose to stay after school to be in a club.

    Club Guidelines

    To maintain quality programs, the following guidelines must be accepted upon gaining membership into all clubs.

    1. Attendance at all meetings is mandatory (except for sickness). Each student will be allowed to miss two club meetings each semester. The third absence will result in the student’s removal from the club. Homework Hall will be counted as absences no matter when they are served.
    2. Students will be dismissed like car riders. Students need to have their numbers memorized and listen carefully as the numbers are called. Please take time to practice this with them so that dismissal can run smoothly. Also, for the safety of our students and staff, please stay in the car rider line to pick up your students. Students must be picked up from each meeting on time. THREE LATE PICKUPS WILL END THE STUDENT’S MEMBERSHIP.
    3. Students are expected to follow all club rules and behavior expectations. Failure to follow will result in dismissal from that club. One written warning will be sent home for parent signature. Club sponsor will be informed of inappropriate behavior in the classroom and the student will be dismissed from the club.
    4. Failure to meet academic expectations in the classroom will result in dismissal from a club.

    Club Listing

    Girls on the Run 

    Girls on the Run will be offered for Fall and then again in the Spring, two days a week for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade girls at Shiloh.  Girls on the Run is a 12-week program designed to encourage preteen girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through running. The curriculum addresses all aspects of girls' development- their physical, emotional, mental and social well-being. We look forward to offering this wonderful program to our Shiloh girls!

    • Sponsors: Alyson McCann
    • Approximate Number of Students Participating: TBD
    • Meeting Date / Times: TBD 
    • Students Eligible: 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade girls

    Let Me Run

    Let Me Run is a boys' running club for 4th and 5th graders.  There are two sessions, fall and spring.  Boys meet on Mondays and Thursdays from 2-3:15 p.m. for six weeks in preparation for a 5K race. Space is limited to 12 boys. The program has a $100 fee, but scholarships are available.

    • Sponsors: Michael Roy
    • Approximate Number of Students Participating: 14
    • Meeting Date / Times: Mondays and Thursdays from 2-3:15 p.m.
    • Students Eligible: 4th and 5th grade boys

    Orff Ensemble

    The Orff Ensemble is an audition group that allows students to gain advanced instrumental music skills. Students will play a variety of music on xylophones, glockenspiels, metallophones, recorders, and unpitched percussion instruments. We will learn music from several different cultures as well as our own. The group's performances include the Winter PTA meeting in December and the May PTA meeting. By doing so, students are developing character traits such as responsibility, cooperation, and respect for resources in their school. They also help care for the physical environment of the music room. The Orff Ensemble meets on Friday after school from 2 pm until 3 pm. Students are also given the opportunity to meet in the music room before school until 7:15 to help and practice.

    • SponsorMark A. Greene 
    • Approximate Number of Students Participating: 40
    • Meeting Date / Times: Friday from 2-3 p.m.
    • Students Eligible: 4th and 5th grade


    The Shiloh Chorus is an auditioned vocal performing group. We work on developing proper vocal techniques and performance skills. The group performs for PTA, the Holiday program, and other events. Each member is expected to have the required attire. Chorus will meet on Thursday after school from 2 pm until 3:00 pm.

    • Sponsors:  Rebecca Vickers
    • Approximate Number of Students Participating: 60
    • Meeting Date / Times: TBD
    • Students Eligible: 4th and 5th grade

    Shiloh Elementary Battle of the Books Club

    Elementary Battle of the Books is open to all 4th and 5th Graders interested in joining. Students must read and become familiar with all of the books on the Battle of the Books List. Our club meetings will be spent preparing for the Union County Battle of the Books competition in March.  

    • Sponsor: Jessica Klutz & Michelle Little
    • Approximate Number of Students Participating: Unlimited
    • Meeting Date / Times: TBD
    • Students Eligible: 4th and 5th grade