Shiloh Elementary

Title I Friday Parent Newsletter - 02/11/2022

Mark Your Calendar

February 12, 2022

Apprenticeship and Technical Career Fair (flyer below)

February 14, 2022

Valentine's Day

February 16, 2022

Picture Day

February 17-21, 2022

NO SCHOOL Student/Teacher Holiday

February 28th - March 4th

Spring Book Fair

Generals Track & Field

Shiloh High is still accepting registration for Track & Field Saturday the 12th from 12pm-2pm
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Valentines FREEZE Dance with STOPS (musical statues)

Department of Community Services Special Events

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Online Safety and Privacy... It's Not a Joking Matter

  • This month, Gwinnett County Public Schools' "Think Before You Post" campaign is focusing on online safety and privacy. Let's face it... It's a crazy world out there-- literally and virtually! From the time, children are born, parents teach them how to be safe. "Don't talk to strangers." "Look both ways before crossing the street." However, sometimes, we don't share those same types of safety lessons when it comes to online activities. It is critical for kids to understand the importance of being safe and smart online and how their activities online can have an impact on their lives. So check out the resources below that highlight how to help kids navigate the online world, while minimizing the risks.

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Come celebrate with us Black History Month!

Let's explore 10 surprising facts about civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. you may not know about.

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AKS at Home

The AKS at Home webpage has been updated for 2nd semester with new dates and times of the Zoom sessions. All Zoom sessions will have a Spanish Interpreter. To enhance a secure online environment for our families, each session will require registration using the Zoom meeting link.

As part of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ family engagement initiative, our AKS at Home project provides Math and Literacy support, for grades K-5, to families so that they truly are partners in their children’s learning. Scheduled Zoom Meetings are available for you to attend so you may quickly learn how you can help your child in Math and Literacy. All meetings are recorded and tools are posted in case you can't make the live session. This support is available for families to access in the format that fits them and their schedule best.

We invite our families to take advantage of AKS at Home to gain access to scheduled virtual meetings or recorded sessions to best fit your schedule, and to the parent tip sheets (in English y en Español).

If you have any questions, please contact Olga Torres

(Shiloh ES Parent Outreach Liaison)

@ 770-736-2129

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How To Draw A Valentine

Interested in Becoming a GCPS Substitute Teacher?

Making a difference in the lives of students is just one of the reasons substitute teachers love what they do. Here are some others:

  • Make connections for future full-time employment opportunities
  • Define your days and hours of availability
  • Control your commute – GCPS substitute teachers have many work locations to choose from
  • Work around your family’s schedule
  • Earn money while working toward a teaching certificate
  • Retired? Continue to enjoy retirement and earn part-time income
  • Choose one or both substitute options – digital instruction and in-class instruction

Click HERE to learn more and APPLY NOW!

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For more information or to register please call Olga Torres 770-736-2129

Para mas informacion o para registrarse favor de llamar Olga Torres 770-736-2129
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Does Your Child Need a Tutor?

Gwinnett County Public Library is offering this resource for FREE!

The expert tutors at help your child work through a tough homework problem, improve their writing skills, study for a test, review a difficult concept, and so much more!

Click HERE to get started.

Haz clic para comenzar.


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Necesita Su Hijo ayuda de Tutoria?

La Biblioteca Publica del Condado de Gwinnett esta ofreciendo este recurso GRATIS! Los

expertos de ayudan a su hijo a resolver problemas de tarea difíciles, mejorar sus habilidades de escritura, estudiar para un examen, repasar conceptos difíciles y mucho más!

Haz clic para comenzar en la parte de arriba.

Social Media

Are you following us on Social Media?

Follow us on Instagram @shilohelementary and keep in touch through

Community Information

Do you need assistance or would you like to volunteer in your community during Covid-19?

As we all work together through this difficult time of Covid-19, the website is currently designed to help you GET HELP, DONATE food and supplies, VOLUNTEER, and GIVE to local non-profits.

Families in Need, please call the Gwinnett Coalition Helpline at 770-995-3339 for referrals to the best resources.

New to Snellville?

Interested in finding out the history of Snellville, location of celebrations or events, houses of worship, post offices, schools, and a whole lot more? Read more and explore Snellville. in GA

This website launched in May of 2014, it provides an easy way to search for free food resources in your area. This site was designed to help alleviate child hunger by providing a simple way to find food banks and other nearby food resources.

Reduced Rate Internet Service

Did you know that Comcast provides Internet service at a reduced rate for families that are a part of the National School Lunch Program? Read the information associated with this opportunity.

About Us

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Check our the Shiloh ES Title I Parent Center webpage

For more information, contact Vicki Diaz. The Parent Center is located across from the front office in room 1.101 and is open M-F, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM. - The Parent Center is temporarily closed at this time and will reopen when school is back in session.

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Community-Based Mentoring Program

The Power of One

  • The Gwinnett County Public Schools Community-Based Mentoring Program strives to be a true reflection of the “ Power of One” This means that we believe in the impact one caring adult mentor can have on a child's life. As a collective team with our school counselors, teachers, family members, and community; together, we all play a role in motivating and engaging students in and out of school. The involvement of a community mentor can make a meaningful, lasting connection.

    The Community-Based Mentoring program pairs caring adults with male and female students in grades 4 through 12 to provide guidance, encouragement, and support to help them become successful young adults, both in and out of school.

    To learn more about how you can positively impact a student’s life, please click on the link below to learn more!