SHS Weekly Newsletter #32


Message from Mr. Mitchell

Hello sun!!! These past few days have been great around the building with the warmer and sunnier weather! Without fail, one of the best parts of every sunny day is the migration of students to the outside areas at lunch. The extra vitamin D while everyone relaxes and eats, has an incredibly positive effect!

With the warmer weather, we'd like to send a quick reminder about our dress code for all of our students. Please see page 17 of our SSD Student Handbook if you have any questions about what may be acceptable clothing at school. We find ourselves facing dress code issues with all genders of students and would appreciate any parental/guardian support that everyone can provide.

Finally, our parking/pick-up situation has improved since our newsletter last week. Thank you very much for your help and please continue to do so!

Have a great weekend, and Go Bowmen!

Mr. Mitchell

Important Upcoming Dates

District Calendar

5/6 - Prom (see info below)

5/19 - Spring Fest

5/29 - NO SCHOOL Memorial Day

6/6 - Last day for seniors

6/9 - Graduation

Emergency Drills (April 24-May 5)

All schools in our District will be participating in emergency drills April 24-May 5. For this third and final round of drills for this school year, we will be practicing the "Lockdown" protocol.

These drills are an essential part of our emergency preparedness, and help students and staff to practice specific protocols that would occur in an emergency situation. Practice drills such as these are also an opportunity for our administrators and staff to collaborate with the Sherwood Police Department. You may notice increased police presence if you are on/near campus during our lockdown drill, as SPD officers do participate in these drills.

During a Lockdown drill, staff and students are secured within their individual classrooms/offices, and there is no movement in the building. No one will be allowed to enter or exit the campus until the drill has been completed.

For more information on District emergency response protocols and communication, please visit the SSD website here.

Junior/Senior Prom Drinking and Driving Presentation

On Monday, May 1st, in our Junior and Senior Homeroom classes, we will host a short presentation from Sherwood Police Department and Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue regarding the dangers of drinking and driving. In the past, we have had similar presentations around the time of our annual Prom, and this is the beginning of returning to that practice. Our Freshmen and Sophomores will have an alcohol-related lesson in their homerooms as well.

SHS Performing Arts

Disney's Beauty & the Beast musical stage production tells the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity. Performances are at Sherwood High School auditorium, April 27-29 at 7pm. Tickets at and at the door.

Multicultural Night

Join us in celebrating Multiculturalism! On May 3, 2023 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at Sherwood High School Neighboring clubs will be performing to share their traditional dances, songs, and cultural talents. There will be Chinese drums and dance, Filipino, bamboo dance, Polynesian dances, Sherwood Schools' students performing various Latin folk dances and songs, a Japanese song, Sherwood High School Choir, and an art show featuring our talented ELD students of all ages and SHS artists! Meet the performers after the show and learn some of the traditional dances and songs from various booths in the Commons. Raffle prices will conclude the evening's event!

Trades Fair

Interested in learning about future career opportunities? Come explore and participate in hands-on activities while learning about exciting occupations! The Sherwood School District is excited to announce we will host a trade show on Thursday, May 4th, from 3:30-6:30 in the Commons at Sherwood High School. The event is open to Sherwood Elementary, Middle, & High School Students and their Parent/Guardian. If you have any questions, please email Liz Barrett at

Prom- May 6th, 2024

The optional fee will automatically load onto a student's account if they have paid all of their fees to date. If a student has outstanding fees they will not be able to purchase prom tickets until their fees are paid. There will be no physical tickets, once the prom fee has been paid the students name will be on a list at the door the night of prom.

Prom at-a-glance:

Date: 5/6/24

Time: 7:00-10:00pm (Doors close at 8:30pm, no exceptions)

Location: NW Events and Environments

2900 NE Century Blvd #100

Hillsboro, OR

Tickets: $60/student, pay with cash or check at the bookkeeper window or pay with a credit card online in ParentVUE.

Guest forms are available in the main office and are due no later than Wednesday May 4th at 3:20pm.

Sherwood Booster Club- Make a Difference Monday

Please join your Sherwood Booster Club on May 8th at Langer’s for Make a Difference Monday! Langer’s will be donating 100% of the bowling and shoe rental revenue to support our club. We appreciate all your support for the Sherwood Booster Club so we can continue to support our student athletes! Have a fun night out with the family and support all our Sherwood sports!

AP Testing Information

AP Parents/guardians, you should have received an email this week with detailed information for your students' specific exam.

AP Details: Location: The Sherwood District Offices (21920 SW Sherwood Blvd)

Date: May 1st - 11th

Time: Morning exams are 8:00 - 12:00

Afternoon exams are 12:00 - 4:00

Expect to arrive 30 minutes prior and stay 30 minutes past the exam start and end times. Bring: 2 pencils, 2 pens, Calculator (if applicable), snack, photo ID - students may use their Student ID for this - picture on phone is fine.

Transportation: There is no bus to the testing site. Students are responsible for their own transportation.

Other: We will be using the South entrance (by the cafeteria). There is parking on the South side.

Remember: No phones are allowed during the entire exam / snacks are allowed during break, please bring one / no one is allowed to leave early.

Per SHS policy, students are only excused from class for the time of the exam. If you would like to excuse your student for the entire day, please let attendance know ahead of time.

I have sent an email to all students and parents. Please check your email for more detailed information regarding specific exams. Schedule of AP Exams: 2023 AP EXAM SCHEDULE If you have any questions, please feel free to email me -

College and Career Center

Click here to go to the College and Career Center webpage.

SENIORS: Next week is Decision Week! Come celebrate your post-high school plans in the Career Center during lunch every day! We will have a photo booth, a map to show where seniors are going, treats, and more!

Monday: 4-Year Schools

Tuesday: Community College/2-Year Schools

Wednesday: Military

Thursday: Trades

Friday: Workforce

Juniors: The Career Center and The Counseling Center are hosting College Planning Night for Juniors on May 2nd at 6:00pm in the Sherwood High School Auditorium. We will be presenting introductory information on college planning to help prepare you/your child for senior year. The Assistant Director of Admissions at University of Idaho will be our guest speaker to talk about College Fit. See the attached flier for more information! Check out these local scholarships with upcoming deadlines: Sherwood Robin Hood Festival Scholarship: May 1st Sherwood High School Key Club Scholarship: May 1st Sherwood Saturday Market Scholarship: May 1st Bowmen Family Foundation Scholarships: May 5th Sherwood Education Association Scholarship: May 12th (turn in applications to the Career Center) Voices for the Performing Arts Scholarships: May 15th Sherwood Booster Club Scholarship: May 26th Applications can be found in Naviance, or by visiting the Career Center website:

Athletics and Activities

Click here to go to the Athletics and Activities webpage.

SHS Girls Tennis Fundraiser

The girls tennis team is selling Red Berry Barn flower basket vouchers through May 8th. If you’ve ever seen a Red Berry Barn flower basket, they are unique and beautiful! They make a wonderful Mother’s Day gift. If you purchase a voucher, the recipient gets to go to the RBB and select their basket including the colors and shade/sun they want. Vouchers cost $40; the same price as at RBB. Contact a girls tennis player or email coach Roxanne Imbrie at and she’ll send a tennis player to get you your vouchers. Thank you Bowmen Nation for your support of girls tennis!

2023 Summer Youth Basketball Camps

Sign-ups are now open for this year’s Summer Youth Basketball Camps, hosted by SHS coaches and our own Bowmen basketball players. These camps will focus on ball handling, footwork, finishing moves, shooting fundamentals, decision making, and live play -- and all participants will receive a Sherwood Basketball t-shirt!

  • Camp #1 - June 19-22 (4 day camp, $125) - Grades K-9

  • Camp #2 - June 26-29 (4 day camp, $125) - Grades K-9

  • Camp #3 - July 17-19 (3 day shooting camp, $75) - Grades 3-8

For more information, please see the full flyer here. To register, please visit


The SHS Equestrian Team finished up the district show season with many personal bests. We want to congratulate Elissa Brown on qualifying for state in dressage. The dressage competition of the state meet will take place on May 11th in Redmond, OR. Congrats Elissa!

SHS Golf Tournament Fundraiser

SHS Golf Tournament Fundraiser / Registration Info

Bowmen Cheer

Your love and support of SHS is needed! Join Bowmen Cheer next year! Bowmen Cheer Tryouts are scheduled and we are looking for athletes to join us! Our cheerleaders are sideline and competitive athletes who embody school spirit for SHS and our community. Regardless of prior experience levels, you can tryout and see if cheer is for you.

Upcoming dates:

Tryout Clinics are May 10, 11, and 12, 5:30-8:00 PM at SHS

Tryout Day is one of: May 16, 17, 18 5:00-8:00 PM at SHS

Complete this interest form and additional information and a Tryout Packet will be emailed to you. We look forward to seeing you. Go Bowmen!

Grad Night 2023

Graduation is 3 months Away!

Things you need to know right now!

1) Early Bird Ticket Sales End 4/15/23

2) Final Fundraiser (Senior Family & Friends)

3) Yard Signs!

See Flyer for Details!!

Grad Night 2024

GOT CANS? Contact us, we’ll pick up! No problem – contact us at . Volunteers Needed! Scholarship opportunity! For every hour of Grad Night volunteer contribution, students will be entered to receive a $1000 scholarship for continuing education.

SAVE THE DATE: May 17th – Treat and Shop @ Cupcake Couture 6pm to 8pm

June 2nd – Class of 2024, Fun Run.

Sherwood High School Parent Support Organization (PSO)

Interested in getting involved with the PSO? Curious what is happening at the school? Give us a follow on Facebook to be updated about what your PSO is doing.

Yearbook Reminders

Buy a Yearbook- Reserve your student a copy of the 2023 now for $65. Books can be purchased through optional fees in ParentVue, or the bookkeeper.

Questions? See Yearbook Website (, or contact adviser (

Education Levy Facebook Town Hall Meetings - May 1 and 8

Join us for our upcoming live stream Facebook Town Hall Meetings on the topic of proposed Measure #34-323. We will have two live stream events, May 1 and May 8, 6:00-6:45pm on both dates. Visit us on Facebook at to tune in!

Seeking Parent/Guardian Feedback on our Local Wellness Program Policy

The Sherwood School District is seeking parent/guardian feedback on our Local Wellness Program policy, which can be found on our website here (Board Policy EFA-AR). All feedback collected will be shared with our Wellness Committee this spring, who will assess the implementation and progress of the Local Wellness Program and provide a progress report at a future Board of Directors meeting, as well on our District website for public review.

If you would like to provide feedback on the policy, please complete the form using the link below. All feedback is anonymous.

2023 Proposed Education Levy Information

Are you looking for more information about the proposed education levy for our school district? Visit for information and updates about Measure #34-323 on the May 16, 2023 ballot.

There will also be one more Town Hall meeting on the topic of the levy; community members are encouraged to attend to learn more about the levy and ask questions:

  • Friday, May 12 – 9:00-10:30am at the Sherwood Police Department Community Room

Pre-Kindergarten Registration for 2023-24

Pre-Kindergarten applications are open at Hawks View, Middleton, and Ridges! Our programs provide high quality early learning opportunities for typically developing children and children with developmental delays and disabilities.

There are 20 slots available at each site. The registration form can be found here. For more information or questions contact Alyssa Thompson at

Family Connection Center

Do you have a child age birth-to-6 years old and live in the Sherwood Community? Come join us on Tuesdays from 10am to 12pm for our drop-in community time in the Family Connection Center, Portable 42 at Hawks View. This is a chance for you and your child to come together with other children and parents of similar ages to play, build connections and community. Please email Alyssa Thompson at for more information.

Sherwood School District Careers

Interested in working while your student is in school? Click here to see a complete list of current job openings.
Student Parking Permit Application

Please make sure your student accesses this link from their Chromebook or that they are logged into their school Google account.

Ride 360 Parent App Information

Click here to go to the Transportation webpage.