Mr. Spencer’s phone message to Shiloh families on 11/21/17:
Good evening Shiloh families, this is Mr. Spencer with a few announcements. First, thank you for your support with everything so far this year. I speak for the staff when I say that we are very thankful to work with such wonderful students and supportive parents. As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, please know how much I appreciate the entire Shiloh community. We are truly very fortunate to be a part of such an amazing school.
With that said, please remember that students will not have school Wednesday, November 22 through Friday, November 24 for the Thanksgiving holiday. We look forward to seeing everyone back at Shiloh on Monday, November 27.
Thank you and have a good night.
Shiloh families: Please note that the Shiloh Office will be closed November 22-24 for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will re-open on Monday, November 27.
Our students also return on November 27. Please feel free to leave us a message at 704-296-3035 if you’d like. You may also e-mail Mr. Spencer, Principal, at email@example.com for any immediate needs.
Shiloh families: Please note that Shiloh will be hosting a food drive from November 27-December 4. Canned food items can be brought in and placed in our foyer area near our pond. Thank you in advance for your kindness this time of year, as these donations will benefit families in Union County.
Shiloh families: Please remember that school will be closed for students Wednesday, November 22-Friday, November 24 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Thank you.
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.
Melissa Simons is in her 15th year of teaching elementary school in NC. A graduate from UNC-Charlotte, and part of the first class of Teaching Fellows in NC, Ms. Simons majored in Early Childhood Education and has an additional certification in Reading Instruction.