Sherwood Schools: District Updates
Updates and Announcements from the Sherwood School District
June 4, 2020
Food Distribution Hubs - Ending June 9, 2020
With our district's school year coming to a close, Tuesday, June 9 will be the last day of service for our district's food distribution hubs. All meal bags provided on Tuesday will contain additional meals for the remainder of that week. Please note that with the additional food items, these "grab and go" bags will be heavier and may be challenging for students on bikes to manage.
Our district has been working in close partnership with Washington County, the City of Sherwood, and the YMCA to identify alternative meal options for Sherwood students and families during the summer months. To help our partners plan for providing these meal alternatives, please complete the attached survey to indicate your need for meal access during the summer. This is an anonymous survey. Please watch for additional communication from the District with more information about summer meal options in the coming weeks.
Sherwood School District’s At-A-Glance Special Education Profile
You can view the Sherwood School District's At-A-Glance Special Education Profile by clicking on the link below. Under the requirements of the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004, the Oregon Department of Education publishes an annual Special Education Report card as part of the State Performance Plan (SPP). The At-A-Glance Special Education Profile displays district-level data and approved Oregon state targets, as described in the SPP. If you have questions, please contact Karen Dalbey Special Programs Director at email@example.com.
State Testing Results
A Message from our Mental Health Care Coordinator Mary Massey
Dear Sherwood School District families:
The current COVID-19 issues can be challenging for you and your student to deal with, and our adaptation to distance learning, while very positive, can add some uncertainty to your child's life. Please be aware of these helpful mental health resources that are available for you and your family:
Washington County Crisis Line
24 Hours / 7 Days, free
Hawthorn Walk-In Center
COVID UPDATE- PHONE ONLY- NO WALK IN APPTS AT THIS TIME
Families and students are encouraged to keep this crisis/consultation information available as a way to connect with free mental health support. Please consider entering this information into the contacts of your cell phones.
I am available if you have any mental health concerns or would like assistance in finding appropriate services. If you wish to reach me, please contact me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (503-825-5483). If this is an urgent/crisis call or after school hours please call 911 or the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111.
Please note that we have moved out of our SHARE Center location due to construction issues and should be relocated by the end of August at the new District Office.
Best wishes, and please keep safe and healthy,
Mary Massey LMFT