Mr. Spencer’s phone message to Shiloh families on 2/20/18:
Hello Shiloh families, this is Mr. Spencer with a few announcements. First, thank you to everyone who has supported our annual chocolate sale so far. We appreciate all of your efforts, as the funds collected go directly back into the school. The sale officially ends Friday, February 23 so please return any unsold chocolate to the school at this time. We have other students on a waiting list who know that they can sell more chocolate.
Our Souper Bowl of Caring Food Drive will also end this Friday, February 23. Thank you for sending in your canned food items or monetary donations. Everything collected will benefit the Union County Community Shelter.
Shiloh and Sun Valley Elementary will host a combined meeting tonight, February 20, for parents of rising Kindergarten students who are interested in the Spanish Dual Language immersion program for next year. The meeting will begin at 6 PM in the Media Center of Sun Valley Elementary School.
As you know, we conduct safety drills throughout the school year so that our students and staff will be safe in the event of an actual emergency or situation on campus. We will be having a safety drill in the near future. Please discuss with your children the importance of such drills, and that their purpose is to keep us safe.
Our next movie night will take place on Friday, March 2 and we will show the movie Wonder. The movie has themes of kindness towards others, which is something that we promote in all classes here at Shiloh. Parents, if you choose to bring your children to our movie night, please have discussions on kindness towards others before coming to the movie. And for our movie night, the gym doors will open at 6 PM and the movie will begin at 6:30 PM. Light snacks and refreshments will be for sale.
The final Early Release Day of the school year will take place on Wednesday, March 7. School will be dismissed at 11. Buses will run and lunches will be served. Please have afternoon plans in place for your children for March 7.
Thank you and have a good night.
Parents - this is your opportunity to recognize a Shiloh staff member who has 'gone above and beyond' for your child. Please let us know what this staff member has done, and we'll recognize him/her at a staff meeting! Thank you!Parents - this is your opportunity to recognize a Shiloh staff member who has 'gone above and beyond' for your child. Please let us know what this staff member has done, and we'll recognize him/her at a staff meeting! Thank you!
Shiloh families: Shiloh’s calendar for next year has been released. Please click the following link for the 2018-19 UCPS Year Round Calendar. The calendar has been approved by the Union County Board of Education. The Early Release schedule for next year will be communicated at a later date.
As part of Shiloh International Week (March 19th-23rd), we are looking for parents and/or community members to present talents related to their cultural heritage for the Shiloh students. Your child can also be part of the performance! Please click on the link to complete the survey. After we collect the survey results, we will contact you for more details.
On the Early Release Day on Wednesday February 7, the elementary schools in the Sun Valley Cluster all came together for their professional development training! All certified staff from Indian Trail Elementary, Wesley Chapel Elementary, Sun Valley Elementary, and Shiloh Elementary joined together for an afternoon of collaboration, data analysis, and plans of action moving forward to help all students to be successful.
Shiloh’s Media Coordinator Mrs. Jessica Klutz informed students in some of her classes about Multicultural Book Week. The classes then discussed what “multicultural” means. She used two of the North Carolina Children's Book Award Books to explain that those two books were written by two very special authors.