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End-of-Year Events – Please Mark Your Calendar

End of Year Events … Please mark these End-of-Year events on your calendars.

April 21: School resumes
April 22: PTSA Meeting – 7:15 pm, Media Center
April 23: Student Member of the Board Elections-Media Center
April 24: Spring Chamber Singers Concert @ The Lutheran Church of St. Andrew, 7:30pm
April 26: Senior Prom – Baltimore Aquarium
April 27: PTSA After Prom – Longwood Rec Center
April 30: Art Show, 6 pm, Ertzman Lobby and Art Hall
May 1-3: Spring Play – 7:30 pm – Ertzman Theatre
May 2: Warrior Club College Signing Day, 11 am, Main Gym
May 5 – 16: AP Exams (see details)
May 6: Instrumental Concert 7:30 p.m. in Ertzman
May 8: Choral Concert 7:30 pm, Ertzman Theatre
May 10: Underclassmen course selections for 2013-2014 mailed
May 14: Locker Clean-Out – Seniors turn in locks
May 15: Senior Exam Review Day
May 15: PTSA Meeting – 7:15pm Media Center
May 16: Yearbook Distribution
May 16: Senior Exams Period 8 and Period 7 (see details)
May 19: Spring Sports Awards – 6:30 pm – Ertzman Theatre
May 19: HSA Testing – Government (see details)
May 19: Senior Exams Period 6 and period 4 (see details)
May 20: Awards Night – 7 pm – Ertzman Theatre
May 20: HSA– Biology (see details)
May 20: Senior Exams Period 3 & 2 (see details)
May 21: HSA– Algebra (see details)
May 21: Senior Exam Period 1 & Make Up Exams
May 22: HSA– English (see details)
May 22: Graduation Rehearsal (9:00 a.m. in Ertzman)
May 22: Last Day for Seniors
May 26: Memorial Day – Holiday – Schools Closed
May 31: Health Fair – Aux Gym
June 2 & 3: STARS Program for incoming 9th graders – registration required
June 3: Locker Clean-Out, students turn in locks
June 4 & 5: STARS Program for incoming 9th graders – registration required
June 5: Exam Review Day Grades 9-11
June 6: Exams Period 1 and Period 2 (see details)
June 6: 2nd Semester Grade 9-11 SSL Forms due
June 9: Class of 2013 Graduation, DAR, Washington, DC 2:30 pm (no school for 9, 10 or 11 graders)
June 10: Exams Period 3 and Period 4 (see details)
June 10& 11: STARS Program for incoming 9th graders – registration required
June 11: Exams Period 6 and Period 7 (see details)
June 12: Exams Period 8, Make-up Exams
June 12& 13: STARS Program for incoming 9th graders – registration required
June 13: Last Day of School – Early Release Day
June 19: Report Cards Mailed Home

Sherwood PTSA Hosting a Powerful Program – April 22 – “Somone Like You”

Just in time for prom season, on April 22, 2014 at 7:15 pm in the Media Center, the Sherwood High School PTSA will be hosting a powerful program by the University of Maryland Medical Center for both parents and students on the consequences of drinking and driving.  There will be a video presentation entitled “Someone Like You” which tells the brief story of how one person’s poor decision to drink and drive resulted in one death and several injured passengers.  Following the video, the team of trauma nurses will engage parents and students in discussion around smart decision making.  Parents and students will learn the consequences of impaired driving, along with alternative decision making. 
The program is then augmented by a young trauma survivor who will share his powerful and inspirational story.  At the end of the program the floor is opened to the audience for any questions and comments about trauma prevention; impaired driving.
Both parents and students are strongly encouraged to attend this program. Students can receive SSL hour for attending.

Distracted Driving:
Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways. In 2012 alone, 3,328 were killed in distracted driving crashes.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is leading the effort to stop texting and cell phone use behind the wheel.  Since 2009, we have held two national distracted driving summits, banned texting and cell phone use for commercial drivers, encouraged states to adopt tough laws, and launched several campaigns to raise public awareness about the issue. is your resource for learning more about distracted driving.  Get the facts, get involved, and help us keep America’s roadways safe.

Sherwood High School Yearbook Pre-Orders will end on April 30

Sherwood High School Yearbook Pre-Orders will end on April 30.
The current cost is $80 and you can order in two ways:
(1)  Bring a check to the yearbook office C117 during 1st period or lunch (be sure student name, grade, and ID number are on the check). (2)  Go online to and order with a credit card.
No books will be sold after April 30 until distribution at school on May 16. The cost then, if we have any books left, will be $90.
Order now to ensure you get a copy of this amazing limited edition book!
If you think your family already ordered, there is a list posted outside the yearbook office that can be checked at school. 
Thank you, Ms. Lori Leonard Yearbook Adviser

You’re Invited to A Conversation on Cybercivility

You’re Invited to  A Conversation on Cybercivility
Please join the Montgomery County Public Schools community at a forum on Cybercivility on Thursday, April 24, 2014. The guest speaker will be Andrea Weckerle, author of Civility in the Digital Age and president of CiviliNation, which focuses on building the capacity of individuals to communicate and engage in cyberspace in a responsible and accountable way. At the forum, you will hear from Superintendent Joshua P. Starr and learn how you can participate in the Cybercivility initiative and provide feedback.
Cybercivility Forum Thursday, April 24, 2014  7:00-8:30 p.m.  Richard Montgomery High School Auditorium  250 Richard Montgomery Drive  Rockville, Maryland 20852
Free child care (ages 4 and older) and interpretation services will be provided.   To request a sign language interpreter, please call 301-517-5539 or visit   Let us know if you are planning to join us on April 24. Please RSVP by April 22, 2014, at
Help spread the word—please share this invitation with others in the community.

Message from Mr. Gregory

Sherwood High School End of Year Newsletter April/May 2014
A Message from Mr. Gregory …
Dear Parents and Guardians,
I want to extend my best wishes to our students, staff and families for a wonderful Spring Break. After this past winter, the new season with sunshine and warmer weather is welcomed! Students are on Spring Break from April 14 through April 18. Students and staff will return to school on Monday, April 21.
This was an unusual winter. The winter weather forced schools to close for ten days. Since four days were built into the school calendar, the school system needed to make up the additional days. The County applied for a waiver to the State and was granted a waiver for four of them. As a result, only two of our missed days need to be made up. We will make these days up on Monday, April 21 (formerly a holiday) and Friday, June 13 (extension of the school year by one day).
To help students and families prepare for the end of the school year, we are sending this newsletter home prior to Spring Break. Once we return from break, we will begin preparing for the end of the school year. We will be in the midst of exams, spring sports, culminating activities, and senior events. It is an exciting time of the year because we celebrate the accomplishments made by students and staff.
Enjoy Spring Break!