Tune in for a preview of next week's full slate of school events and listen to this week's guest, junior Candice Wheeler. https://anchor.fm/bill-myers28
The 2nd seeded 7th Grade Girls Basketball Team will begin the Regionals on Saturday November 11th @ 10:15am in Martinsville.
Don't forget to set your clocks back this weekend. Daylight saving time ends at 2:00 am on November 5, 2023.
Our last batch of photos from a bewitching day of learning and laughter. 🎃📚👻🧛♀️
In December, Mrs. Wilhoit will conduct a presentation on student engagement at the Raising Student Achievement Conference. She will discuss the differences in teachers and administrators when it comes to their roles in student engagement. Her information on the support that administrators need to provide to teachers, providing outreach to the community and families, and building relationships with students is based on the data she has collected for her dissertation and through her own research. #RSAC23 https://www.facebook.com/reel/6931704410206417
The JH Boys Basketball Team will compete in the Danville Schlarman Topper Classic on November 3rd and 4th. Their first game will be on Friday @ 4pm against Parke Heritage. The y will then play on Saturday November 4th at times dictated by the result of the 1st game.
Spook-tacular fun and learning in Kindergarten and 1st grade! 🎃📚👻
Dear parents/guardians, Mrs. Bosch sent home Christmas for Kids Applications last week for Pre-K through 5th grades. JH and HS students can pick up an application in the offices. The applications are due by NOVEMBER 10th. Each child will need their own application completed to be considered. Please contact Mrs. Kara Bosch or the Elementary Office with any questions about the program or applications.
On Friday, October 20th, Fifth Grade students had a presentation from Ameren and learned how to save energy in their houses. They all received an energy kit with a worksheet for parents to fill out. If 80% of the worksheets are returned to Mrs. Gordon or completed online, the class will receive a gift card. These students have returned the completed worksheets this week. Way to go Fifth Grade! We are almost to our goal!
This morning we hit the 1000th missing assignment completed! That means 1000 practice exercises that may have otherwise been missing, incomplete, or turned in with little effort if not for building more time into the day to make sure that every student completes every assignment.
New quarter, new episode of the "Shiloh Shout Out," this week featuring Payton Scott. https://anchor.fm/bill-myers28
Showering our amazing Mrs. Climaco with love and wishes as she gets closer to the arrival of her little one.
The community is invited to our Veterans Day ceremony at 8:15 am on Thursday, November 9, 2023.
Shiloh CUSD #1 has made it possible for all parents and fans to watch home games in the Shiloh gymnasium for free. The flyer lists the information but in order to find our system you need to search for "TCT - Co-Op, Hume, IL."
The Golden Apple Foundation is now recruiting for the Golden Apple Accelerators program! One of the primary objectives of the Accelerators program is to return teachers to their communities where they can make the greatest impact. The Golden Apple Accelerators Program provides a path to teaching for career-changers and college seniors who commit to living and teaching in targeted school districts in Illinois for four years after obtaining their teaching license. One of the many benefits of becoming a Golden Apple Accelerator is having the opportunity to earn a teaching license in 15 months. Obtaining a teaching license in 15 months through an Accelerator Program enables aspiring educators to enter the classroom quickly, providing an expedited pathway to a fulfilling career in teaching, while also meeting the growing demand for excellent teachers. The application deadline for participants is on January 10, 2024.
As you may have seen in our previous post, the Haunted Prairie has been canceled due to the weather forecast. We would like to take this opportunity to give a huge shout-out to Mrs. Saddoris for organizing the Haunted Prairie for so many years. It is a huge undertaking and she does an amazing job every time. We are sad that her last Haunted Prairie was not able to happen, but we thank her for all of the years of memories and scares! Hopefully, we will find some new hosts but there will be big shoes to fill. Thank you Mrs. Saddoris!!!
Parents of elementary (PreK-5th) students, Please note, unfortunately, we do not allow Halloween costumes to be worn at school. Instead, we would encourage students to wear a Fall or Halloween themed, or just an orange shirt if they would like to celebrate the day. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Reminder that today, Thursday, October 26th, is a 2:05 dismissal and there is no school tomorrow.
Don't forget to stop at the Herff Jones booth in the HS hallway today from 3 to 6 if you have a HS student! You can order class jewelry, letterman jackets, Senior gear and announcements.
Congratulations to our Honor Roll students! 1st Quarter Honor Roll recipients will attend the Honor Roll Donut Breakfast tomorrow morning and get their certificates. Use this link to view the Honor Roll list: https://5il.co/27rsz