February 5, 2021
From the Principal’s Desk
Dear Shiloh Families,
We kicked off our month-long celebration in honor of Black History Month this week. Attached are a list of ways that we are Honoring Heroes who made significant contributions to American history.
Shiloh Middle School continues to shine! Two of our phenomenal teachers, Ms. Pritchett, Ms. Brew and their students were filmed this week as a part of Legos International program for STEM initiatives in schools. We were one of two GCPS schools to be selected for this great opportunity to showcase how STEM instruction is delivered in a Physical Science and a Robotics and Engineering classroom. As a result, our school will receive $5000 of Legos instructional supplies to promote STEM initiatives.
We celebrated our phenomenal Counseling Department this week for National Counselor's Week. Ms. Sorayel Willoughby(6th grade counselor), Ms. Nicole Carrington(7th grade counselor) and Ms. Shaquila Wise(8th grade counselor) are always supporting our teachers, students and families and we are thankful for their commitment to excellence!
Student/Teacher Holiday-February 12(No School)
Teacher Professional Development Day-February 15(No School for students)
Early Release Conferences-February 17 and February 18(please check your emails to sign up with your child's teachers)
Thank you for your continued support!
Your Proud Principal,
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Register Now for OBHPFG’s Paint & Prevent Virtual Event: Paint Your New Year!!
It is time to register for the Paint & Prevent Virtual Event: Paint Your New Year hosted by DBHDD Office of Behavioral Health Prevention and Federal Grants and the Georgia State Opioid Response! This event is an opportunity for youth of all ages to have the chance to be creative through virtual paint instruction (all art supplies will be provided and mailed to the participants) and learn key substance use prevention information.
You can register by selecting the date that you wish to attend using the links in this email or the attached flyer. To allow everyone a chance to attend please limit registering for only one event per person. Be sure to select the session that will be most appropriate for your age group.
Elementary School Sessions
- Saturday, February 13 at 2 PM Register Here
- Saturday, February 20 at 2 PM Register Here
Middle & High School Sessions
- Thursday, February 11 at 6 PM Register Here
- Thursday, February 18 at 6 PM Register Here
College and Young Adult Sessions
- Tuesday, February 23 at 12 PM Register Here
- Thursday, February 25 at 12 PM Register Here
Note: Space is for each session is limited.
Please be sure to share this wonderful opportunity with your community, youth organizations, and groups, schools, colleges and universities, and youth action teams! Registration can be completed for individuals and groups!
Gwinnett Technical College Adult Education
Adult Education Division Rolling Registration
ABE/ASE April Class Registration: February 5th – March 1st
ESL Session C Virtual Only Class Registration: March 1st – March 15th
ESL Session D Virtual Only Class Registration: March 22nd – March 30th
If you do, click here for more information about support in language arts and math.