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  • SHS Updates and Reminders (6.11.17) 

    Report Cards

    Report cards were sent home with students Friday along with other important end of year information (EOG individual score reports, summer reading logs, etc). 

     

    Summer Learning Challenge

    Chatham County Schools is challenging all K-8th grade students to read or complete Classworks learning modules for at least 20 minutes a day this summer.  Students who complete the learning log will receive a prize when they return to school in August. Students who reach the full 20 hours of time in the challenge will receive a grand prize.   Silk Hope School is also encouraging students to spend time writing.  Each student received a journal which included fun writing prompts.  As an extra bonus, students reaching 20 hours of reading AND also have 20 journal entries will receive an opportunity to "make-over" the principal! You don't want to miss the opportunity to give her a new look! 

     

    Thrift Shop Summer Work Nights

    Silk Hope School will have work nights at the PTA Thrift Shop in Siler City beginning at 5:45pm on the following dates: June 12, July 13, July 18, August 5, and August 15. Work night volunteers as well as volunteers who empty drop boxes will earn double time June 1-August 31.

     

    Open House

    Mark your calendar, the 2017-2018 “Meet the Teacher” night will be held Thursday, August 24 from 5:30-7:00pm. 

     

    Have a Nice Summer

    On behalf of the Silk Hope School staff we want to thank you for your support throughout the 2016-2017 school year.  We hope you enjoy the summer and the extended time with your children.  Our best wishes are extended to our 8th graders who are spreading their wings and SOARING to new heights.  For the remainder of our Silk Hope School family, as always, we look forward to SOARING with you.  See you in August!  

     


     

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  • logo Summer Learning Opportunities

    Did you know that students who read 20 minutes daily over the summer have up to 85% more retention of learning than student who do not read each day? 

    Chatham County Schools is challenging all K-8th grade students to read or complete Classworks learning modules for at least 20 minutes a day this summer.  Students who complete the learning log will receive a prize when they return to school in August. Students who reach the full 20 hours of time in the challenge will receive a grand prize.

    Silk Hope School will also be encouraging students to spend time writing. Before leaving for summer vacation, each student received a journal which included fun writing prompts in an effort to get students writing.  As an extra bonus, students reaching 20 hours of reading AND also have 20 journal entries will receive an opportunity to "make-over" Mrs. Brady-Andrew! You don't want to miss the opportunity to give her a new look! 

    Learning logs and writing journals were sent home with each student on the last day of school.  

    For additional information as well as reading and math support resources online for students to use over the summer visit the CCS Summer Learning website. 

     


     

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  •  Congratulations to 16-17 Silk Hope School Middle School Soaring Eagles! 

    Month

    6th Grade

    7th Grade

    8th Grade

    November

    Alyssa Bick

    Gavin Campbell

    Marlene Soto-Gallardo

    Jacorey Coats

    Jordan Pickett

    Johanny Maldonado

    December

    Alex Maldonado

    Caroline Matthews

    Carrie Shelton

    Caleb Kolb

    Aazon Timmons

    Erica Canady

    January

    Sarah McMath

    Francisco Larios-Perez

    Logan Jones

    Colby Daniel

    Eve Long

    Ethan Phelps

    February

    Jacob Garret

    Lillian Jones

    Auburn Campbell

    Kayleigh Smith

    Tre’ Kimes

    Angela Benitez

    March

    Aiden Harrison

    Mylie Cardman

    Angelina Parker-Lewis

    Ben Dekaney

    Rylee Sheffield

    David Rodriguez

    April

    Luke Walters

    Mattie Crowder

    Erin Maddox

    Andersen Rogers

    AJ Rogers

    Lacie Clark

    May

    Stratton Barwick

    Ann Maupin

    Bryanna Arteaga

    Brock Rohaly

    Carson Rickman

    Samantha Ritch

     


     

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    SOARING through 2016-2017

    Our year in pictures!

     


     

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  • JMHS Summer Sports Physicals July 15, 2017 8:00 a.m. Summer Sports Physicals for High School Athletes

    Jordan Matthews High School will offer sports physicals for rising 9th grade JMHS student athletes on Saturday, July 15.

    Students will need to arrive at 8:00 a.m. for registration and will need to have the sports physical information packet completed and signed.

     

     

     

     


     

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  • k registration Kindergarten Registraiton

    Kindergarten registration for the 2017-2018 school year will be held March 20-31. If you have a child, or know of a child, who will be 5 on or before August 31 please visit the school during the two week registration window to register for school (student attendance for registration is not necessary).  Help us spread the word throughout the community that registration is nearing.

    Various activities will be taking place to help prepare our rising kindergarteners (and their parents/guardians) for the transition to kindergarten.  Click here to learn more.

      


     

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    Peach Jar eFlyers

    Would you like to receive digital flyers about school-related activities as well as approved community events. To view SHS eFlyers or for instructions on how to sign up to receive them via email click here. You will see recent eFlyers posted and also be able to register for email notifications.

     


     

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  • Box Tops One of Silk Hope School's easiest fundraiser is collecting Box Tops for Education. Clipping the $0.10 coupons quickly add up to hundreds, even thousands of dollars for our school. This year the PTA's goal is to raise $4,000.  Visit the Box Tops homepage to learn which products carry the Box Tops label, print out valuable coupons, and much more.  PTA is collecting Box Tops for Education. 

     

     


     

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  • We Love Volunteers
     

    We appreciate our Silk Hope School volunteers!  Please be sure to complete the your volunteer application for 2015-2016!  Click here to access application.

     
     
     
     
     
     

     
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    Anonymous Bullying Report

    Please click this link to report an incidence of bullying that may require investigation. If you feel like this is an emergency and need to speak with someone please contact Mrs. Wilson (school counselor) or Mrs. Brady-Andrew/Mrs. Petty (school administrators) at 919-742-3911.

    Please note, we define bullying as repeated and intentional behavior that hurts another person physically or emotionally. We base this decision on how the victim is feeling. Bullying may include:
    - Physical bullying: hitting, kicking, pushing, choking, punching, etc.
    - Verbal bullying: threatening, taunting, teasing, rumor spreading, hate speech, name calling, extortion, etc.
    - Relational bullying: exclusion from activities, social isolation, sexual intimidation, harassment, etc.
    - Cyber bullying: bullying through the use of technology (email, texts, social media, etc.)

     


     

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Silk Hope Highlights

Principal's Message

  • Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year! I hope you were able to do all of the things that make summer both restful and exciting.  We are working hard to prepare for a new school year and we look forward to your return in late August. 

    The entire faculty and staff extend their best wishes to you for a successful school year.  Each of us looks forward to supporting you in a successful year of academic and personal growth.

    As we begin the new year, I want to remind everyone within our school community that the success of Silk Hope School has been, and always will be, a result of combined and cooperative effort.  As we enter the new school year, know that I welcome your comments, questions, and concerns. I would like to extend an invitation for your active participation, which will be appreciated by our entire staff.

    Thank you and welcome to an exciting and rewarding year!

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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