SHS Weekly Newsletter #11

November 5, 2021

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Principal's Message

We have another full weekend for SHS activities! Our football team is playing Sandy in the first round of the playoffs at 7pm at Sandy High School, and our girls soccer team has their state quarterfinal match-up with Forest Grove at 5pm on Saturday at home. Additionally, we want to honor all of our Veterans that are connected to Sherwood High School and in our community, thank you so much for your service!

Have a great weekend, and Go Bowmen!

Mr. Mitchell

Important Upcoming Dates

11/11- Veteran's Day, NO SCHOOL

11/22-11/26 - Thanksgiving Break

12/3 - End of first Trimester

Nutrition Services

Sherwood School District Nutrition Services is proud to offer tamales from local business Tortilleria Y Tienda De Leon in Portland. This minority owned business creates delicious tamale flavors like chicken in red sauce, chicken in green sauce, bean and cheese and a unique breakfast tamale with bacon and eggs. Students may choose a tamale during lunch service.

Youth Transition Program at SHS

Sherwood High School has a Youth Transition Program (YTP) that helps students with barriers to employment (as outlined in an IEP or 504 plan). The YTP program provides one-on-one training for students on employment skills, job interviewing, resume building, filling out college and trade school applications, and more. Please contact Meghan Jackson at for more information!

SHS Fall Athletic Playoff Games

As we approach our playoff games, we want to keep you informed of the OSAA requirements:

* Tickets can be purchased digitally through Hometown Ticketing, as we are moving towards a cashless system. Ticket purchase will be available as soon as the brackets are determined.

* General admission ticket prices for 1st Round thru Quarter finals: students $5, adults $8

* Senior citizens are required to purchase a general admission ticket.

* Students are required to purchase a general admission ticket. Students with ASB will not get into the playoffs for free.

If you have any questions, please call Connie @ 503.825.6008 or email at

SHS Winter Sports Registration

Winter sports (basketball, wrestling, swimming) registration is open! The deadline for registering is Friday, November 12, 2021.

All athletes must have a current physical on file in order to participate. If you are unsure about the physical expiration, please email Connie at Physicals must be on the OSAA form and submitted to the Athletic Office.

Registration and physical link can be found HERE

College and Career Center

November is Oregon Goes to College Month! The Career Center is hosting college application work sessions and financial aid Q & A events for students. Please see our flyer for more information.

Oregon Goes to College Month - Hannah Beverage.pdf

Sherwood Athletic Booster Club

The Sherwood Athletic Booster Club Auction Committee would like to say thank you to our sponsors for supporting the 2021 Online Auction benefiting the athletes of Sherwood High School.

Championship Sponsor-Senestraro Family Orthodontics

Technology Sponsor-Wilson Ortho

Scholarship Sponsor-Les Schwab Tires of Sherwood

Season MVP Sponsor-Double “K” Ventures, Inc. & Adams Screenprint

Captain Sponsor-Sherwood Old Town Dental

Game MVP Sponsor-Camp Bow Wow

Starter Sponsor-Lauri Alexander with State Farm

Senior Submissions for Yearbook

Yearbook is now accepting submissions for the 2022 yearbook.

Senior Photos due February 11, 2022

Senior Tributes due March 11, 2022

Please see the yearbook webpage for requirements and submission forms.

SHS Grad Night 2022

SHS Grad Night 2022

Our next planning meeting for Grad Night 2022 is Tuesday, November 16th at 6pm in the backroom at Generations. These next few meetings are crucial in making sure we get sub-committees established, so we are hoping a lot of you senior parents can attend. We want to make grad night amazing for our seniors and we can’t do that without your help! Hope to see you there!

Please continue to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages @SHSGRADNIGHT2022 and visit our webpage HERE for all the latest updates.

Clubs and Activities at SHS

Get excited and get involved with a club at Sherwood High School! Please contact the club advisor with any questions or see Mrs. Rarick in M209. A list of current clubs can be found here.
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Student COVID Screening Testing Program

The Sherwood School District is implementing a voluntary COVID screening testing program for families who wish to participate. Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) is the local testing lab and facilitates the process. Parents/guardians who wish to participate will be provided with the materials to test their child weekly using a self-administered, at-home test. Results are shared directly with parents/guardians by OHSU. Our District’s role is to sign up families, send home testing kits with students for parents/guardians to administer the test in their home, and collect the tests the weekly at the school location for pick up by OHSU. SSD is providing access to the OHSU program in response to feedback from families in our district requesting to participate in student screening testing.

The sign up process requires families to complete the attached OHA Consent Form and OHSU Authorization Form (for students over the age of 18, please complete this version of the Authorization form instead). Please submit completed forms to the main office at your child’s school, or contact the office if you need printed versions or forms in a language other than English.

Once a family has completed the sign up process, OHSU will provide our schools with testing materials, which schools will distribute to participating families. Each Friday morning, the parent/guardian should administer the test to their child. Completed tests will then be dropped off at the school that morning and picked up by OHSU for evaluation. Test results are shared directly with the parent/guardian. A positive test result will prompt a call from OHSU to the parent/guardian with further information. In accordance with our current COVID response protocols, the District asks that parents/guardians contact the school office to report any positive student test results.

For additional information on this voluntary testing program, please refer to this OHSU K-12 COVID19 Testing Program Introduction (espanol)

Parents/guardians that sign up will receive additional instructions in the coming weeks. We are finalizing the timeline for program implementation with OHSU, and while the start date for testing is not yet confirmed, we expect this program to begin after the Thanksgiving holiday.

If interested, please return your completed OHA Consent Form and OHSU Authorization Form to your school office by November 12, 2021.

Sherwood Education Foundation's "Clicking for Kids" Fundraiser

The Sherwood Education Foundation (SEF) was formed to enrich and enhance the quality of education in the Sherwood School District by distributing funds through grants to individual teachers, and by funding programs that support the district’s vision for educational excellence. Because of community support, in the last five years alone SEF has awarded 98 teacher grants totaling over $220,000. Whether it's Sensory Paths, Ozbot Evo Robots, Spanish Fiction Books, a Forensic Microscope, or Drumline Replacement for the High School Marching Band, Sherwood Education Foundation is committed to being there for our teachers and their students.

Like many things this year, Sherwood Education Foundation's annual fundraiser Calling for Kids is going to look a little different. While it's the same great non-profit you know and trust with the same worthy recipients, Calling for Kids is now Clicking for Kids! The Sherwood Education Foundation’s continued success is only made possible with your support! 100 % of your donation goes directly back to funding teacher grants at all grade levels.

Please partner with Sherwood Education Foundation and donate today!

For more information or to donate visit, or see video below.

Clicking for Kids