January 9: School Resumes | 10: Board Meeting 6:45 P.M. | 16: MLK Jr. Day – No School | 25: Student of the Month Assembly 10:00 A.M. – Minimum Day 1:00 P.M. | 29: Pancake Breakfast 7:00–11:00 A.M.


California Proposition 51

Shiloh School Needs Your Help! Please vote YES on 51! Why?
The proceeds from the $9 billion in bonds that would be issued if voters approved Proposition 51 would be stored in a 2016 State School Facilities Fund and a 2016...

Mission Statement

Shiloh School will maintain clear academic and behavioral expectations with a highly valued, consistent focus on assessment, intervention, and parent involvement to ensure all students acquire proficiency in grade level standards and become respectful, responsible, motivated citizens.

Technology for the Future

Last year, Shiloh School used erate funding in addition to district funds to upgrade internet speed by running fiber optic cable and upgrading network infrastructure. This year, to take advantage of the upgrade, Shiloh School has invested in 87 HP Stream laptop computers to place computers in...

News & Announcements

  • Kindergarten Registration
    We are now registering incoming Kindergarten students for the 2016-2017 school year. Registration will be held on Friday, March 4, 2016. Registration will take place here at school. If you have a child who will be 5 years old before September 1st, 2016, they are eligible to enroll in Kindergarten. Students who turn…
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  • Expansion Project Update
    Plans have been approved by the California Department of Education and the Department of State Architects. The Office of Public School Construction has received our application for funding. Please support our attempt to add classrooms, split our combination classrooms and hire additional teachers to support student learning. Shiloh School needs our community’s help…
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  • Thanksgiving and Christmas Breaks
    Believe it or not, it’s already that time of year! Enjoy some restful family time and use the opportunity to spend some quality time with your kids. Take them to the park or library. Play outside or read a book. It’s a great time of year after a few months of school to…
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  • Football and Volleyball
    Students in grades 5-8 learned important fundamental skills in our football and volleyball programs. Games against Knights Ferry, Paradise, Valley Home and Gratton gave them the opportunity to compete and work together. The program allows students the opportunity to grow and develop should they want to compete at the next level in high…
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