SHS Weekly Newsletter #3

September 10, 2021

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Principal's Message

What a great first few days of school! Our students, families, and staff have worked so hard to start the year out well and it is so appreciated!

As many have experienced, our traffic situation has caused some delays in getting to and from school. Please know that we are aware of this and are working with our transportation department to identify solutions that may help. Thank you for your patience as it gets worked out.

We hope that you have a restful weekend and we are excited about our first full week of school next week!

Go Bowmen!

Mr. Mitchell

PSAT October 16, 2021

The PSAT/NMSQT is offered to 10th and 11th graders in the fall. Sherwood High School will be a testing location for the Oct. 16th test. Those who take it in 11th grade may meet the requirements to enter the National Merit® Scholarship Program, an academic competition for recognition and scholarships. Registration is open until September 14th. Students who register for the PSAT will have an $18 test fee added to their student account. Some financial support is available for students who can demonstrate financial need. Please use this link to register. For more information contact the College and Career Center or CollegeBoard.

Chromebooks Exchange

Monday, September 13th, and Tuesday, September 14th, we will start the process of switching student Chromebooks for freshmen and sophomores. This process will continue into the week of September 20th to include all SHS students.

We are asking students to bring their Chromebooks and chargers to school with them each day to ensure they are able to exchange their Chromebook in a timely manner.

Picture Day - Wednesday Sept 15th

Picture day will be this Wednesday September 15th throughout the school day. Retake day will be November 3rd. Ordering will be online this year. Preorder your photos online at, simply search for Sherwood High School - Sherwood Oregon.

Students enrolled in ORVED will be able to come from 2:30 to 3:00pm.

Seniors will need to participate in picture day as well. All students will be issued a current student ID card after taking their picture.

ASB stickers will be printed directly onto students’ ID cards if they have paid the fee with the bookkeeper prior to September 14th.

SHS Online Athletic Ticket Sales

Sherwood High School's online athletic ticket sales through Hometown Tickets are ready to purchase! Cost is $7 for adults and $5 for students, plus their processing fee. There is no charge for senior citizens (62+), and students who have purchased their ASB sticker.

To purchase tickets on our website, click here.

Through your phone: Once your ticket is purchased, you will receive a QR code that you can scan when entering the event.

Through your computer: you will have to print out the purchased QR code and bring it to the event.

To purchase tickets through the HOMETOWN FAN App. on your phone: download and type in Sherwood High School in the search bar. Once your ticket is purchased, you will receive a QR code for entering the event.

All our ticket events for the fall season are displayed (other than playoff games), so you can purchase more than one ticket at a time to save on the processing fees.

Sporting Events: Assistance To And From The Stadium

Those needing assistance getting to the stadium for football games, must park in the lot in front of the high school (nearest to the main entrance).

There will be a shuttle running from the front lot to the stadium beginning at 5:30 pm and ending shortly after the game starts. It will resume after the game ends.


Parents, new this year, please report attendance absences to the following email address

Take some time to refresh yourself on our attendance policies here.


Parents dropping off students will enter from Haide Rd at the front of the school, then proceed around the turnaround and exit back out on Haide Rd.

Parents and visitors are welcome to park in the front parking lot in any space marked Visitor. Map.

Please do not block the entrance to the staff parking lot when waiting for your student.

Student Parking

Student parking is available in the front parking lot and in the lots on the west side of the building.

Students will need a parking permit to park on campus after September 23rd, 2021. Student parking permits are $20 for the 21-22 school year.

This application must be completed and returned with a copy of your driver’s licence to a campus monitor before a permit can be issued.

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MEChA reuniting!

MEChA Club will meet this Wednesday, Sept. 15, right after school in Mr. Jones's room (C319). If you are interested in Hispanic/Latinx cultures, come join us!

MEChA se reunirá este miércoles, 15 de septiembre, a las 2:45 en la aula del Sr. Jones (C319). Si te interesan las culturas hispanohablantes/Latinx, ¡ven a participar!

National Honors Society (NHS) New Member Applications Available Now!

New member applications are available in the high school main office. Eligible students must meet the following requirements:

  • All members must be a junior or senior.

  • 3.5 unweighted cumulative GPA based on last quarter, June 2021.

  • Must be enrolled in at least 4 academic courses each trimester (any course that awards a letter grade).

  • Behavior in good standing.

  • $20 membership fee due with application.

  • 10 hours of independent community service completed and documented by the application deadline of Friday, October 15th. Service hours must have been completed from January 2021 to October 15th, 2021.

Please direct questions to Erin Garvey ( or Ryan Traughber (

Attention All Softball Athletes!

There will be a welcome back meeting in Coach Wiley’s room (M321) on Friday, September 17th at 8:00am (before school). We will share information about fall and winter workouts and make sure everyone is on the Team App.

If you can’t make it, please email Coach

ORVED Registration Deadline Friday, September 15, 2021

After input from a community survey that was sent out and as COVID-19 case rates continue to rise with the spread of the Delta Variant, the District is offering an online opportunity through Oregon Virtual Education (ORVED), in partnership with the Northwest Regional Education Service District (NWRESD).

ORVED is a self-paced, student/parent based program that is set up to complete classes for credits towards graduation, on a trimester basis, just as in-person at SHS. Students who enroll in ORVED must commit to at least one full trimester of online learning.

Due to the nature of high school courses and students needing to earn credit, students who begin in-person at Sherwood High School cannot switch to ORVED mid-trimester. Instead, the deadline to enroll for trimester one ORVED classes must align with the schedule change deadline for all SHS students which is Wednesday, September 15th.

If you would like to enroll in ORVED please go to the ORVED Enrollment Form. Prior to enrolling, please carefully review ORVED FAQ Page on our website, to ensure this is a viable option for your student and family.

If you have questions, please email

Bus Routes/Transportation

Bus routes are available on the district website. As well as information about the Ride 360 App, boundary maps, snow route information, and walk zone maps.

School Lunch

The Nutrition Services team strives to provide students with delicious, high quality, nutrient rich meals, while providing excellent customer service to support successful learning for all students. All meals are at no cost to all of our students through June 2022. Families are encouraged to fill out the Free and Reduced Lunch application to be eligible for additional benefits (such as reduced student fees, athletic fees, etc.) The application and process can be found here.

Sherwood High School Nutrition Services has partnered with Domino's Pizza to provide our students, at no cost, the choice to have pepperoni or cheese pizza during lunch.