Shiloh Christian School Newsletter
Vol. 5 Issue: 13 "NWA'S PREMIER PRIVATE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL"
I am so thankful that we are a part of school and church that are so respectful and supportive of the veteran community. The community is unique and represented by so many different stories and experiences.
We are in a time where we are not in open conflict with a clear enemy. Often times it is difficult to connect and understand the significance, purpose, and sacrifice of our armed forces during times like these. We currently operate in a large game of chess with world powers where special operations and contracted teams keep the world in proper motion and order.
Strategic leadership is key in the current environments that we operate in. That is why it is crucial that we strive to elect strong leaders that can establish and maintain strategic partnerships while maintaining rigidity in our countries unique ideals. The military feels the brunt of this process no matter if it is done well or poorly.
I have been able to seen this process unfold over the last 15 years in the military and I am humbled time and time again to see how well our service men and women stay focused on who we are as a country and commit everything to protect it. Patriotism and pride are easily established when we are fighting a known enemy in a named operation. However, our military continues its progression forward regardless if it is behind the curtain or on full display. Because of that pride our military has a way of creating memories like none other. Moments in service are charged with excitement, intensity, fear, grief, and hope. That is why the veteran community is unique; very few occupations take you to the fringe of each of those emotions. When you get to the fringe of those emotions memories are etched, brotherhoods are created, and history is made.
Thank you for being such an incredible community that celebrates and supports that!
(Thanks to AJ Bonanno for the picture from Friday nights game! I am glad we were able to keep that cannon hot all night!)
- Dr. Keith McDaniel
START YOUR WEEK IN WORSHIP!
PINNACLE HILLS VETERANS DAY PROGRAM
FOURTH GRADE PATRIOTIC PROGRAM!
ALL REGION CHOIR PERFORMANCES
Congratulations to the following Shiloh Christian Choir members!
Kayla Holland 32nd out of 76 Soprano 1's SSAA Choir
Julianne Senter 40th out of 76 Soprano 1's SSAA Choir
Hailey Allen 45th out of 96 Alto 2's SSAA Choir
Tyler Braswell 29th out of 51 Tenor 2's TTBB Choir
Hayes Lowery 33rd out of 51 Tenor 2's TTBB Choir
Thomas Aldridge 31st out of 86 Bass 1's TTBB Choir
All-State Audition Candidates:
Bella Hooper 16th out of 76 Soprano 1's mixed choir
Riley Smith 6th out of 97 Soprano 2's mixed choir
Kidron Romoser 7th out 97 Soprano 2's mixed choir
Jordan Long 16th out of 96 Alto !'s mixed choir
Maya Scharf 6th out of 68 Alto 2's mixed choir
Brock Billingsley 4th out of 51 Tenor 2's mixed choir
Cooper Darr 3rd out of 72 Bass 2's mixed choir
Alternates to All-State Audition Candidates:
Mayci Gilbert 23rd out of 97 Soprano 2's SSAA Choir
Anna Kincade 23rd out of 96 Alto !'s SSAA Choir
Greyson Hooper 21st out of 37 Tenor 1's TTBB Choir
Aidan Woodhouse 22nd out of 51 Tenor 2's TTBB Choir
Gray Colbert 26th our of 51 Tenor 2's TTBB Choir
First Alternate to the SSAA Choir:
Isabella Petrino 46th out of 68 Alto 2's
We would like to congratulate the following students for making the All-Region Junior High Choir!
Jude Mason 7th Chair
Wendi Manning 15h Chair
Gabe Clevenger 19th Chair
Griffin Harvey 20th Chair
Aubrey Hardesty 20th Chair
Abigail Osmond 21st Chair
Jackson Graves 22nd Chair
Ava Milbrodt 27th Chair
Morgan Hillis 28th Chair
Brynn Dunaway 29th Chair ;
Great job - we are proud of you!
STEEL HAS ARRIVED!
FIFTH GRADE LEADERSHIP OVERNIGHT TRIP
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
TO THE POLLS!
BE A PART OF THE VICTORY WALK
DISCOVER SHILOH DINNER!
SHILOH CHRISTIAN PHYSICS
SHILOH CHRISTIAN CHEMISTRY
SHILOH CHRISTIAN ATHLETICS - HERE COME THE SAINTS!
SHILOH CHRISTIAN FOOTBALL
The Saints took down Nettleton Friday night during the first round of play-offs to improve to 10-1 overall and advance to the state quarter finals agains Little Rock Mills!
SHOOT - A - THON!
Congratulations to our Shiloh Christian Basketball Shoot-a-thon winners!
1st Place - Alexander Weathers (iPhone)
2nd Place - Nicholas Weathers ($250 Finish Line Gift Card)
SHILOH CHRISTIAN SWIM TEAM
This week was the debut meet for the Shiloh Men’s/Women’s Varsity swim team at the Harber Wildcat Invitational. Top 10 finishes were achieved by all swimmers, including 4th in the 200 individual medley by Coi Call, 6th in the 500 Free by Josie Korinek, and 3rd in the 100 butterfly by Caden McKinney. Coi Call qualified for the 4A state meet in the 100 backstroke and 200 IM, while Josie qualified for the state meet in the 500 freestyle!
WE ARE ACCREDITED BY STATE, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS!
WE ARE SHILOH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL - YOUR #1 CHOICE FOR PRIVATE CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
We are Northwest Arkansas' Premiere Private Christian School!Our Mission Is: "To develop Godly leaders who engage their culture and change it."