Dear Bowmen Community,
Thank you for another wonderful week. I continue to be so grateful for each of you.
Please see the latest communication from the Sherwood School District regarding:
- Preparing to return to in-person hybrid instruction
- Covid-19 symptom screening
- Practicing Covid-19 prevention at school and at home
- Travel advisory and spring break
- School walk zone maps
Travel Advisory and Spring Break
Spring Break is just around the corner, and with the timing of our upcoming return to in-person instruction dates, we know many of our families and staff have questions about the statewide guidance for travel. Please note that it is recommended that people who are not vaccinated and who travel outside of the state of Oregon consider quarantining upon returning home. Per the Oregon Statewide Guidance for Travel, people are recommended to practice self-quarantine for 14 days after returning to Oregon following out-of-state travel, and limit their interactions to their immediate household. People may consider ending quarantine if they have had no symptoms after 10 days with no testing or after 7 days with an antigen or PCR test.
While the Sherwood School District is asking families and staff who travel over Spring Break to consider quarantining, schools will not be keeping track of travel plans, and it is ultimately up to individuals and families to make those decisions. If your family will be under quarantine, please contact your school’s office.
Sherwood High School will be hosting the ACT test in person for any interested junior students. The test will be offered from 8:00am-2:00pm on Tuesday, March 30th, Wednesday, March 31st and Thursday, April 1st. *Students will only sign up for one date.
Interested students will sign up for the test on signup.com for their preferred date. The test will be administered in an on-line format. The deadline to register for the test is Friday, March 12th at midnight.
Our Season 2 Athletics start Tuesday, March 2nd and we want to reinforce some of our policies that have been set by OSAA and the OHA guidelines:
- All athletes must wear masks.
- Athletes are required to check in with their coach at the beginning of every day they participate to complete a Covid survey.
- Athletes are expected to attend their classes and will not be eligible to participate in practice/contests when the coach is notified of an unexcused absence.
- Spectators are not allowed to stay on the premises and watch practices or competitions (OHA regulates the number of participants allowed per space).
- Cameras have just been installed in the stadium and Main Gym, so games played in these areas will be broadcast through the NFHS Network (requires signing up for an account). This is free of charge to our parents this year. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/944f74ab54.
- Buses will be transporting our athletes to and from away games with reduced numbers allowed on each bus, per OHA guidelines. Buses will pick up and drop off athletes along the upper stretch of bus lane (between the tennis courts and softball field), near the ticket booth. The parking lot closest to this area is accessible off Haide Rd.
Please view our weekly activities here. Each week will have a link at the bottom of our newsletter for weekly activities in the “Resources”. Students and families can also check out our SHS calendar here on the website any time.
Student Council Applications
Are you interested in running for 2021-2022 Student Council?!
Applications are available Monday, March 1st, and due on Friday, March 19th.
Keep in mind, while being elected to Student Council is an exciting and rewarding experience, it requires an immense time commitment. Your full dedication and effort will be vital to your success. The responsibility of making a difference at Sherwood High School is in your hands. Good luck with the election process and remember to have fun!
Please read through the Code of Conduct and Requirements
Please reference the calendar with deadlines and important dates:
Supply Pick-Up for Quarter Three
We will continue our standard supply pick-up plans every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00am – 3:30pm.
In-Person Office Hours
We are excited to offer In-Person Office Hours! This in-person opportunity is open to any student who would like to come on campus to work with teachers in specific content areas.
In-person office hours will be Monday – Thursday, 3:00 – 3:45pm.
Here is the link for to sign-up: In-Person Office Hours Sign-Up Link
*Sign-ups are closed for next week, but are available for the following week.
If you have any questions about In-Person Office Hours, please contact your student’s Associate Principal (Adam Mitchell: 9th grade, Scott Hadden: 10th-12th Grade A-K, Katie Voss: 10th-12th Grade L-Z).
As we continue to plan for reopening, it is essential that our Transportation Department begins to collect information about how students and families will utilize our buses. To begin gathering that information, all families whose students will ride the bus (once their grade level reopens in a Hybrid model) need to complete a Transportation Registration form, found here. For more information about safety protocols implemented by our Transportation Department please click here for English, or here for Spanish.
Parent Support Organization (PSO)
Join us for our next Monthly PSO Meeting, next Friday, March 5th at 2:00pm. The meeting is streamed live on Facebook or watch the recording posted after the meeting concludes.
Seniors – Grad Night 2021
Seniors, Please check your emails for important updates.
Due February 28th – We have a great opportunity for your Senior to share their creativity and potentially win $100! Design a logo for your Grad Night t-shirt and email it to us at email@example.com.
The SHS Grad Night 2022 committee is doing a fundraiser for the Class of 2021 SENIOR YARD SIGNS! Show how proud you are of your graduate by purchasing a yard sign. Our seniors could definitely use some love and support. You can purchase a yard sign by simply clicking on the link below. All the ordering details are provided and if you have any questions please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always if you need information, have an idea to share, or need to get in touch, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Juniors – Grad Night 2022
Our monthly Can and Bottle Drive is quickly approaching on Saturday, March 6th at 11:00am. If you would like to donate your cans and bottles please click on the link to be added to our pickup schedule!
Also we are looking for volunteers to help with the drive. This is a great way for your junior student to earn volunteer hours, and remember for every hour they volunteer it’s an entry for a chance to win a $1000 scholarship. Parents, if you or your student is interested in helping please click the signup genius link.
Contact us at: email@example.com
Attendance Information – 503-825-6010
Career Center Newsletter
Covid Resources Sheet
Distance Learning Daily Schedule
Parent Support Organization
Revised District Calendar 2020-2021
SSD Technology Hub