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  • Volunteering

    Volunteering

    Many programs and events, which are held at Sherwood, would not occur without the assistance of volunteers - parents and members of the community.  Volunteers can work directly or indirectly with students and staff.

    If you are interested in volunteering at Sherwood School.  Please contact Sherwood’s Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Krys or the Principal, Mr. Robert Smilanich, - to set up a meeting to find out what opportunities are available.

    Lunch and recess supervision, reading with children, library support and many other opportunities are available. Please come in and let us know about your gifts, talents and desires for assisting...and we will be happy to welcome your support. 

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  • Athletics

    Athletics

    Every year we offer a variety of athletic activities.  Here are some examples:


    - APPLE activities
    - Intramurals (Grade 3 - 6)
    - Sportball

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  • Lunch & Nutrition

    Lunch & Nutrition

    We are an A.P.P.L.E. School (Alberta Project Promoting active Living and healthy Eating program) and strive to provide our students with daily healthy snacks and education regarding active living and healthy eating.

    We provide a free breakfast program from 8:10 - 8:25 each morning and provide a healthy meal for those children in need of this service. A snack bin is prepared each morning for every classroom and students are able to make sure that they have healthy food in their body to fuel their learning. 

    Sherwood provides a lunch program for students, which includes supervision for $10 a month.  Students must bring their own lunch.

    Sherwood receives funding from many generous organizations for our Breakfast and Snack Programs. E4C, Food For Thought, Breakfast Clubs of Canada all provide healthy food for Sherwood School students.  

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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Every year we offer a variety of student clubs.  Here are some examples:

    - Choir
    - Coyote Pride
    - Kids On Track
    - Recorder Club
    - Table Top games
    - Bedding
    - Intramurals (Grade 3 - 6)

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Sherwood School we believe:

    • In providing a safe environment where students can achieve to the best of their ability, become positive contributing members of society and build healthy peer relationships
    • In ensuring parents find an open door and a place of trust, where they can share and contribute
    • That staff members should be positive, respectful role models for students and parents

     

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Welcome

Welcome to Sherwood School!  We are a vibrant community school and fulfill an important role in our community.  As the future educational opportunities of students are linked to their elementary school experiences, our challenge is to develop a student's basic skills, a positive self-concept and to provide a set of experiences that will provide students an opportunity to achieve success. Sherwood School values its volunteers and its relationships with community agencies.  Student growth is enhanced through these partnerships.  Parents and community members alike are encouraged to visit our school to see the wonderful learning that takes place in Sherwood School.

Students Rights and Responsibilities

 

Principal's Message

As the principal at Sherwood School, I am committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment with quality teaching and learning and a belief in the possibility of each and every child.  The staff at Sherwood encourage children and each other to discover their strengths and talents to be the very best that they can be.  We believe in the shared responsibility of parents, staff, students and community to maximize learning and growth for students. We have high expectations for academic achievement, personal conduct and success, and focus on the whole child. We are dedicated to our children and they are at the heart of our decision making. 

We ask our entire school community to work hard and be kind and to always treat each other with dignity and respect. We believe that every child is a leader and that every child can learn. We are also an Apple School and are dedicated to healthy eating and active living. We provide a breakfast club for those in need through the support of Breakfast Clubs of Canada and Food For Thought and we also have healthy snacks as a part of every day. Please support us with sending healthy lunches and snacks for your children. 

The partnership between home and school is foundational and we work to establish and maintain open and honest communication in order to have a caring and physically/emotionally safe environment. Your support and encouragement will make a difference in the success of your children.

If you have any questions or concerns I would encourage you to contact me personally at 780-489-2600.  Your ideas and concerns are appreciated and you are always welcome for coffee and conversation.

Robert Smilanich, Principal