S.O.A.R starts September 27th!
We are inviting all interested families to register for our after school programed here at Shiloh. The program provides students with extended learning opportunities with small group tutoring form Shiloh's teachers and hands-on engaging activities with Boys & Girls Club Youth Development.
As part of our learning program, the Mead School District provides a Chromebook to all students. This device is the property of the Mead School District. Families have the opportunity to enroll in the district’s optional Chromebook Insurance Program (CIP) annually.
Here is what your students will need for the new school year.
Click the headline to review Mead School District COVID-19 safety protocols, guidance and dashboard. Embedded links will be updated as Washington Department of Health or Spokane Regional Health District releases updated requirements.
Toothsavers Oral Health Program will be coming to Shiloh November 1st - 3rd to provide preventive dental care to students. Toothsaver’s main focus is to prevent cavities and keep teeth healthy.
As we head into spring, we've got lots going on to share with you.
Shiloh Hills Elementary, in partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Spokane County (BGCSC), was chosen by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) as a recipient of a Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center grant. Read more...
Shiloh's students have done such a great job showing STAR behavior that they have earned a school wide CRAZY Hair Day!! Students, get creative and come to school with your Craziest Hair this Friday January 29th.
Stay up to date with out latest school information and events in our January 2021 News and Notes letter.
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