Parent Engagement Night / Parent Academy
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Fall 2020 Parent Engagement Night
Count Me In! (Math Support)
Shiloh HS Mathematics welcomes you to an informational session designed to support you as you help your students achieve in math this school year. The session includes math course progression, Math-in-a-day: What our students do, Practice makes “permanent”, parent resources and support.
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It Takes a Village - Community Resources
Learn tips and strategies to help support your family through mindful techniques and positive communication during this COVID 19 season.
Scaffolding for Success - Academy Information
The Academy Information session will allow you the opportunity to learn about the four academies and how students move through the different career pathways. We will also briefly highlight the End of Pathway Assessments, their purpose and benefits.
PEN Agenda - 10/13/20
Fall Parent Engagement Night Agenda - October 13, 2020
Laying the Foundation - 9th & 10th Information
“To begin with the end in mind means to start with a clear understanding of your destination (Steven Covey).” For all freshmen and sophomores, the destination is two-fold: graduation and post-secondary options! Learn how to ensure your child’s success in high school and beyond!
Blueprint to Graduation - Junior Information
Junior Year is oftentimes overlooked, but in many respects, it’s more important than Senior Year! Learn important strategies for effectively navigating this important year by examining graduation requirements, remediation choices, and post-secondary options.
2019-2020 Parent Academy Information
Social Media Safety
This session includes important information regarding social media and how to keep your students safe from harmful internet situations.
Understanding Credit and Graduation Requirements
This session will assist you with understanding High School credits and Shiloh High School graduation requirements. What is credit? Credit is the satisfactory completion of a course/class. Explore how to review the High School transcript/report card and keep track of your student's acquired credits toward graduation.
Work Based Learning
When students understand the nature of work, they become productive citizens who make positive contributions to society. Work-based learning fosters student growth by providing environments for them to develop employability skills. Learn all of the components of this mutually beneficial program.
Maxwell and Grayson
Interested in becoming a chef or a cosmetologist? How about a computer game developer or a pilot? Grayson Tech and Maxwell offer exciting and innovative courses that teach technical skills, workplace competencies, and training necessary to succeed in future careers. Learn about course offerings, registration procedures, and more! Current sophomores and juniors are able to apply to these programs.
Teen Lures - 9th Grade
Learn about the Teen Lures information that will be presented to all 9th grade students.