UCPS After School SUMMER CAMP 2017 is getting closer!
The UCPS After School Program is currently accepting registration applications for Summer Camp 2017. Summer Camp is open to all current Kindergarten – Fifth grade UCPS students. Enrollment will be on a first-come, first served basis and each site will be capped at 75 students.
The 2017 Summer Camp sites are: Poplin, Rea View, Rocky River, Sandy Ridge, and Sun Valley.
Summer Camp dates are June 12th – August 18th 2017. Camp times are from 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. daily. Weekly tuition is $110.00 for the first child and $105.00 for each additional child in the same family. A non- refundable $125 Activity fee is required to register and secure your space.
Summer Camp activities include water fun, arts and crafts, games, music and dance, special presentations, and weekly field trips.
We are looking forward to a summer filled with fun!
Please visit the After School Program website at asp.ucps.k12.nc.us or call 704-290-1516 for more information.
Shiloh families, please note that students are not to bring laser lights, flashlights, or similar objects to school or on the bus. We do not want these items to present safety concerns to drivers or to distract others. Thank you.
Shiloh families: Please click here for directions on following us on Twitter and e-news! We send out a lot of important school information through these social media outlets, as well as our Facebook page, including updates on school events, late buses, holidays, etc. Call us if you have any questions. Thank you!
Shiloh was awarded the top honor for our global efforts by being named a 2015-16 UCPS International School! Go Shiloh!
Shiloh was recently named a Model PBIS School by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction! This is an honor that we are very proud of- Go Shiloh!
Shiloh families: We want to hear “paws-itive” news from you about our staff! We have created the Unsung Bulldog Award as a means to have our school community recognize two staff members per month for going above and beyond in their roles here at Shiloh. The Unsung Bulldog winners will be those who have done certain acts or deeds not for the credit, but because they were the right things to do for our students or families.
We value your feedback, and that is why the Unsung Bulldog winners will be chosen based upon feedback from you. Two winners will be announced at our monthly staff meetings. Thank you. Here is the link to the award.
Shiloh families: Please be aware that each school has an Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) on site located at the front desk. This plan is available for review by anybody upon request. Thank you.
Mrs. Cathy Long is Shiloh’s Teacher of the Year! Congratulations to Mrs. Long!
Mrs. Robin White is Shiloh’s Teacher Assistant of the Year! Congratulations to Mrs. White!
Parents- Please remember that our handbook states the following regarding outside food items: No homemade food items may be brought to school to share with classmates. Please remember that many students have food allergies. Due to safety concerns, please only share with classmates pre-packaged foods that include nutrition and ingredient information. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any questions. Thank you.
Shiloh turns 100 this year! 100 years of excellence. 100 years of high expectations. 100 years of pride. Go Shiloh!
Shiloh families: Please remember that, per UCPS, the access road that runs behind our school and ends in the Sun Valley High School parking lot is for UCPS buses and personnel only. It is not a public roadway.
We utilize the Connect-ED telephone system to relay important information to our Shiloh families. If you are not receiving these phone messages, it’s likely that we do not have your updated phone number on file. If this is the case, please contact the school to provide us with your updated number. Additionally, if you change your telephone number, please provide us with that updated information as well. We want to be sure that everyone stays up-to-date with the latest announcements and reminders.
Please remember that smoking is not permitted on UCPS property, per UCPS Board Policy 3-5 (a). We have had reports of adults smoking while in our car rider line, and that is not permitted. Thank you for your cooperation.
Parents: Your children may bring their own hand sanitizer from home. However, they cannot share it with other students. Our teachers who would like to use hand sanitizer for their classroom use will need to purchase it from the UCPS approved list of manufacturers.
Shiloh Families: Please note that per Central Services, UCPS bus drivers will only release our Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st Grade students to a responsible adult.
Parents: While in our morning car rider line, please be sure to pull up all the way along the curb (just past our 2nd mobile unit) before dropping your child off. This will ensure a smooth flow to our car rider line. Thank you in advance.
Parents: Please be aware that Shiloh Elementary School has, and follows, an anti-bullying/cyber-bullying plan. This is in accordance with the UCPS anti-bullying plan. The plan can be found on our School Improvement Plan located on our school website.
Shiloh’s Site Based Management Team has decided that electronic devices such as Kindles, ipads, etc., are not to be allowed at school. In addition, such electronic devices are not allowed on UCPS buses. Our Site Based Management Team is comprised of parents, teachers, and teacher assistants.
Shiloh families: As a reminder from our Transportation Department, please remember that students are only to ride to/from school on buses to which they are assigned.
Parents are strongly encouraged to not bring in food from restaurants during our lunches. Also, homemade foods are not permitted to be brought into UCPS schools. Please note that our cafeteria is able to provide a wonderful assortment of birthday cupcakes and treats should parents be interested. Please contact the office for more information.