May 22, 2020
Principal's Note: No School 5/25/20 Memorial Day
Don't forget...we do not have school on Monday, May 25th - Memorial Day.
On Memorial Day, let us celebrate and honor those who gave their lives for our country.
"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them." - John F. Kennedy
Wishing you a beautiful Memorial Day weekend!
Message from our PE department:
Mrs. Cook and Mr. Jesselson are planning on creating a Sherwood Olympics/Field Day HYPE video for our students. HERE is a Field Day letter explaining the Field Day Shirts along with a list of student teams. Please design a shirt using an old white t-shirt or purchase one.
If you have any questions, please reach out to our PE department! Sorry for the short notice, but We NEED ALL pictures/Videos dropped this Google folder - Sherwood Olympics Video 2020 - by Wednesday, May 27 by 3:00 PM.
Registration / Enrollment Information For ALL D112 Students
- D112 Annual Update for returning students will be available on June 1st through the Parent Portal.
Families with a lease must provide the current lease prior to the start of the school year.
Transportation requests for a pickup and/or drop off location different than the home address for the upcoming school year, must be received no later than July 1st. Transportation Information
IL State Free / Reduce Waiver will be available on July 1st through the Parent Portal.
Students not returning for 2020-2021 school year, complete a 20/21 Students Not Returning Form.
If you need to return any electronics, submit a technology ticket.
For questions please call Daisy Alcaraz at 224-765-3046 or email email@example.com.
Message from our Social Workers and School Psychologist
As we enter mid-May, we hope you are all doing well and starting to fall into a comfortable routine with E-Learning and practicing physical distancing. During this COVID-19 pandemic, we have found that an important part of our daily routine is practicing self-care. Self-care has become a popularized term in our society, but what it means is finding and using strategies/tools throughout your day as a way to take care of yourself - your physical, emotional, intellectual, personal, and spiritual - self. Self-care strategies can be quick and easy ways to connect yourself to the present moment, to take a mental break, and to take care of your needs before you help someone else.