This week junior Lydia Richardson shares information about the Student Council/FFA's food basket collection and distribution on the December 8 edition of the "Shiloh Shout Out." Donations for the baskets are being accepted through Monday, December 11. https://anchor.fm/bill-myers28
Day 10: Principal Elf caught red-handed, creating sweet chaos with a Christmas tree cake feast!🎄🍰
This semester has been an incredible journey of growth with ICU. We're thrilled to announce that we've successfully completed over 2000 late assignments together!
Lost and Found Day is upon us! As we tidy up our school's lost treasures, please take a moment to remind your students to swing by and reclaim any misplaced items. Let's reunite mittens with hands and hoodies with their owners! Let's make sure every item finds its way home.
Day 9: Our Principal Elf is on top of things – quite literally! Perched atop the lockers, overseeing the hustle and bustle of the school with a watchful eye. Just checking in to ensure the halls are filled with holiday spirit! 🎄✨
Day 8: Principal Elf is taking the fast lane through the school in style! Goals: spreading cheer and racing towards winter break! 🎄🏎️
A warm welcome to the newest members of the National Honor Society! Your commitment to scholarship, leadership, service, and character is commendable. Here's to a year filled with continued excellence and positive impact! New members: Levi Ash, Kennedy Brown, Lilyan Brown, Shaylun Christenberry, Macy Keys, Andrew Houlihan, Jack Houlihan, Grant North, Lillian North, Garrett Pollock, Lydia Richardson, and Kayli Trotter.
Looks like Darwin and Mendel are up to more mischief! 🧝 🌀
LIFT Capstone Student Showcase Thursday, December 14, 2023 5:00-7:30 pm mattoon.k12.il.us/lift Please join in to celebrate the great accomplishments of your LIFT students. Hear from student leaders, take a look at student projects, meet with the facilitators, and help honor the hard work of your students.
Mrs. Saddoris's elves are zooming into the holiday spirit! Our elf friends have upgraded from shelves to a high-speed car race. 🚗💨When all was said and done, Darwin was the clear champ. 🏁🎅
Embarking on an engaging dialogue, Ambrosia and Nicki from the Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC) spoke with junior high students. They shared stories, shed light on local support services, and fielded an array of inquisitive questions. https://www.govst.edu/Recovery-Support/South-Central-IL-ROSC/EDCRC-ROSC-Council/
Day 7: Principal Elf is taking a scholarly approach today, perched on the library shelves with a good book! Leading by example, even elves value the magic of reading. 📚✨
Day 6: Our mischievous elf decided to clean up her act before the principal returns! Mop in hand, she's on a mission to impress. Santa, you'd be proud! 🎅🧹
Reminder to parents of students in PreK-5th grades: PTO Christmas Store lists are due this Friday, December 8th. Please be sure to return to school.
Seniors have mailboxes outside of Mrs. Evans’s office where all paper copies of scholarships will be distributed. Digital copies will be on the school website. It's up to seniors to check their mailboxes or the school website. Scholarships can be mailed directly to the address on the application. They can also turn applications into Mrs. Evans, and she will mail or hand deliver them for the students. If you have any questions email Mrs. Evans or stop by her office. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSe4PTc7IHhjXZ8aDx_VyoBdQTM2WVDTsVHg6s30OnDXFt8xXVpfAVeAhCnrn8-8E3OPK4yI9oVa843/pubhtml
Tri-County Fall Sports Awards Night will be on Thursday, December 21 at 7:30 pm in the Oakland New Gym. The sports that will be honored that evening are Jr High Softball Jr High Baseball Jr high Cross Country HS Cross Country Golf HS Volleyball Football
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, December 5! Shiloh High School's Junior Class will be working at McDonald's in Paris from 5:00-7:00 pm. They'll be collection donations that go toward prom and a senior trip. Thank you for your support!
National Special Education Day marks the anniversary of the nation’s first federal special education law, signed by President Gerald Ford on December 2, 1975. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) made public education available to all children across the nation and ensured special education and related services were provided for children with disabilities. December 2nd is dedicated to recognizing and honoring the unique abilities and talents of students with special needs. It is crucial that, as a culture, we recognize the contributions and perspectives that these individuals bring to our classrooms and communities. To celebrate this important day, take the opportunity to recognize the efforts of the Shiloh CUSD#1 Special Education Teachers who support these students, encourage progress, and help them realize their full potential.
Senior Mara Bosch is featured on this December 1 edition of the "Shiloh Shout Out." https://anchor.fm/bill-myers28
It is holiday time and that means the Shiloh #1 Student Council and Shiloh FFA Chapter-Illinois are working on our food basket project. We will be collecting food and donations from December 1-11. This year we will be helping 50 families in our school district! We gather food such as canned vegetables, canned fruit, cereal, macaroni, peanut butter, soup, canned chicken and instant potatoes. We also buy ham, potatoes and extra non-perishable items for each family with donation money. We could not do this service project without the support from our school and the community.