News and Announcements

Senior Packet from March 21, 2019 Meeting

Attached please find the Senior packet that was presented at the senior meeting on Thursday, March 21, 2019.  The senior packet is available in English, Spanish, French and Vietnamese.  Please see the links below for the packets. 2019 Senior Packet- English 2019 Senior Packet- Spanish 2019 Senior Packet-

MCPS College Fair for Juniors April 2, 2019

On April 2nd, the Counseling Department will be taking juniors by MCPS buses to the MCPS/NACAC College Fair in Gaithersburg, MD.  There will be over 250 colleges/universities/trades/military academies that can meet with students.  Students must take the buses; student cars will not be admitted.  This is a great opport

Mulch Sale and Campus Clean-up April 7, 2019

Calling all Sherwood High  School families.  Please join us to help get your campus in shape for the spring on Sunday, April 7th from 9:00am-12:00pm.  The Warrior Club will also be holding their annual mulch sale during this time.  Please go to the Warrior Club website to place orders in advance.  The following link i

Warrior Club Scholarship Applications

The Warrior Club seeks to recognize student athletes (one male and one female) and one team manager ($1,000 each) who have participated in sports programs while at Sherwood High School.  The emphasis for these awards is on students who participate (as an athlete or team manager) in multiple sports and/or in a sport acr

Clubs and Activities for 2018-2019

Please see the attached list for clubs and activities that are held at Sherwood High School for the 2018-2019 school year.  You can also find this list under the Parent tab. Clubs and Activities 2018-2019

2018-2019 School Year Extended to June 14

Recent inclement weather forced MCPS to close schools on three days.  The 2018-2019 MCPS school calendar includes 182 instruction days, two more than the minimum required in the state of Maryland.  As a result of these closures, MCPS will need to use one designated make-up day to ensure that it meets the state-require

Community Conversations on the Future of High School Programs

MCPS is holding a series of community conversations with Chief Academic Officer Maria V. Navarro to discuss the future of high school programs.  Attendees will have an opportunity to discuss what high school programs MCPS should offer in the future to best support college and career readiness.  Staff, students, parent

Upcoming County Education Budget Meetings

Parents/guardians and members of the community are invited to join Montgomery County Councilmember Craig Rice, Superintendent of Schools Jack R. Smith, and Montgomery College President DeRionne Pollard at upcoming Education Budget meetings scheduled for February and March.  Attendees can find out how budget decisions

Fiscal Year 2020 Operating Budget Virtual Presentation

In case you missed it, you can still watch the superintendent's virtual community conversation on the Fiscal Year 2020 recommended operating budget online at www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/budget/ . During the December 18 discussion, Superintendent Jack R. Smith, MCPS staff, and community partners answer

MSDE Accountability Report Card

The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) has released a new accountability report card for every school in the state of Maryland. The Maryland Report Card for Sherwood High School can be found here .  The Maryland Report Card is designed to measure school success in several ways, including st

Second Act Newsletter

The links below are to the Second Act newsletter for parents and students.  The newsletters give information regarding depression and the signs of suicide.   Second Act Parent Newsletter Second Act Student Newsletter

Guidance around Responding to Allegations of Bullying, Harassment, Hazing and Intimidation

November 7, 2018 MCPS Sports Community, I am writing to share resources and our responses to further support our students and families, following the serious situation in our Damascus High School community. As you may know from the news, five Damascus High School students have been charged with second-degree rap