SHS Weekly Newsletter #27
Message from Supt. Cordie - State Funding Advocacy for K-12 Education in Oregon
Friday, March 17, Superintendent Dr. Heather Cordie released a letter to Sherwood staff, families and community members, asking for support in advocating for sufficient funding for K-12 education in Oregon. The following link includes the letter and accompanying information related to the District's efforts to urge support from Oregon Legislature: Superintendent's Letter - Call for Community Action (03-17-17)
Bond Community Input Session
Please join us at the second Bond Community Input Session and participate in helping to shape the vision for the new Sherwood High School. Community Input Session April 3rd, 6:00-8:00pm Laurel Ridge Middle School, Cafeteria (Pizza and beverages will be available at 5:45pm). During the Bond Community Input Session on March 9th, architects from DOWA presented the guiding principles that are shaping the development of the new high school. On April 3, we invite you to join us as the work of the Design Team continues and we move from the concept plan to schematic design phase. To learn more about this event and other news related to bond projects, please visit the District's 2016 Capital Bond web site.
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Sherwood High School will be on a final exam schedule on Wednesday, March 22nd and Thursday, March 23rd, The schedule can be found by clicking here. During the two days, students should be in attendance for the entire periods and conflicts such as appointments should be avoided. We will not be excusing students early from final exam periods, even if they have finished their exam or activity, nor will we be sending notes to students during the final exam periods. Please help us in supporting a quiet and focused testing atmosphere.
Revised Academic Calender - Emergency Closure Days
With Trimester 2 being extended one week, students will attend school on Friday, March 17th. The end of Trimester 2 is Thursday, March 23rd, there will be no school on Friday, March 24th, Teacher Workday. Please click here for the revised Academic Calendar.
Lost and Found
Please be sure to stop by and check out the lost and found during finals. Anything that is remaining after 1:00 pm on Friday, March 24th will be donated to a non-profit.
The school will be closed for Spring break beginning Monday, March 27th through Friday, March 31st.
The ACT (for juniors) and Aspire (for freshmen and sophomores) test will be taking place on Wednesday, April 19th. Please click here for important test information.
Please click here for all the latest from the College & Career Center.
National Scholastic Art Winners
The art department would like to congratulate our 5 national scholastic art winners. Ellaina Langvin, Casey Boteger & Brooklyn Bamforth received silver national keys and Maggie Hanncok and Moriah Kearsley received gold national keys. Congrats!
SHS Girls Tennis
The Sherwood girls tennis team is selling vouchers for hanging baskets from Al"s Garden. Vouchers will be available until April 10th. You can purchase a voucher from any Tennis Player or email Tami at email@example.com.
SHS Band Fundraiser
Please join us at The Old Spaghetti Factory on Monday, March 27th and raise funds for the SHS Band Booster Club. You must have a copy of the flier to give to the server so please click here to get the flier. Reservations are recommended.
2017 Grad Night
Please go to our website: 2017.sherwoodgradnight.org for all the info!!!! Like us on Facebook: Sherwood High Grad Night 2017.
2018 Grad Night
Our next Dinner Night Out is at MOD Pizza on Tuesday, April 4th. Click here for flier and more information. Join us for the 3rd annual Grad Night Bingo Night Fundraiser, April 15, 2017 at the Elks Lodge. Click here for more info.
Starting April 13th through the end of May, juniors will start taking their Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium tests (SBAC). Juniors will be tested in English Language Arts and Math. For more information , please click here.
Please click here for more details and to review the listing of current events and registrations for your student.
Please click here to see the upcoming events.
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